Who are we?
A social enterprise that works with a range of trusted suppliers to provide renewable energy solutions, along with the installation of small-scale micro-renewables. All the profits are used to support wildlife and conservation charities in the UK, helping protect biodiversity and habitats adapt to the continuous pressure from climate change.
Ground/Air Source Heat Pumps
Partnership with monitoring/ metering organisations & associated carbon footprint reduction technology.
We work conjointly with the Crowberry Consulting team who have over twenty-years of experience in environmental, ethical and corporate responsibility management consultancy. During 2015 we achieved the International Quality Management Standard ISO9001, our policy can be read on the downloads page. We value customer feedback and if you have any questions on our company policies please get in touch!
Becky Toal, Managing Director
Becky has over 20 years experience of delivering environmental solutions to businesses. She holds degrees in Ecology, Environmental Impact Assessment and Environmental Management. Becky is a full member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment and a Chartered Environmentalist.
Mary Toal, Head of Quality & Customer Service
Mary joined the Crowberry Consulting Ltd team in 2017 in the role of Head of Quality Service & Customer Service, and has recently completed Business Administration Level 2, Customer Service Level 2, and has recently completed her Level 3 apprenticeship in Team Leading & Supervisory.
“This is an exciting opportunity to work with a local company and gain experience in the environmental sector”.
Jacob Brown, Sustainability Executive
Sustainability Executive, Jacob joined our team in August 2021 after completing his BSc in Zoology with Conservation at Bangor University. Jacob is currently supporting our clients on their net carbon zero journey, ISO implementation, and supporting the delivery of our training courses.
Our Charity Work
All of our profits are used to support wildlife and conservation charities in the UK, these include the Wildlife Trust and the Woodland Trust. These organisations work hard to protect biodiversity and habitats and to adapt to the continuous pressure from climate change.