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13 Jun 2023

We can’t believe it’s been ten years since we first started our partnership with the World of Music Arts & Dance (WOMAD) festival. We love attending this fantastic festival and especially love meeting lots of enthusiastic people who share our mission to end fossil fuels and our passion for our green energy generation projects.

Over the years we’ve hosted our own stage discussions such as the Green Britain Debate where thousands of festival goers have enjoyed lively talks on subjects including sustainable living and the climate crisis. We’ve also showcased the amazing vegan food created by the chefs at Forest Green Rovers and discussed how people can change their diet to be plant-based.

If this wasn’t enough action, we’ve also hosted the Young Green Briton competition where we’ve given children aged 11-16 the chance to present their own ideas on how to create a greener Britain on stage to the WOMAD audience.

We haven’t even mentioned the fantastic music and culture you can enjoy whilst attending the festival. With acts from all around the world, there’s music everyone will enjoy.

And today you can join in the action and see us there this July. Whether you’re already an Ecotricity customer or you want to switch to us – you could receive a WOMAD ticket (worth £260).

If you are not yet with us on one of our green tariffs, you can claim your free four-day festival ticket by switching to us for Green Electricity, Green Gas or both by Sunday 02 July.

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If you're already with us on a green tariff and you're opted into our Marketing updates, you can take advantage of our Refer a Friend scheme. You should have received an email with your unique referral code or link - all you need to do is pass that on to your friends and family, get them to join Ecotricity by using that referral code or link, and you'll BOTH get a free weekend ticket! If you can't find the email, give our Sales Team a call on 0808 123 0123 and they'll be happy to help.

It's been a pleasure for us to attend WOMAD for the last ten years. Being able to talk to the festival’s 40,000 audience each year about our mission to create a greener Britain is so important in our fight against climate change. These discussions allow us to work together and chat about new ideas - so we can do more to improve the future of our planet. Not only have we had fantastic discussions, but we’ve also worked with the WOMAD team to help reduce the festival’s carbon emissions.

We can’t wait to join them again this year at Charlton Park this July (27-30) to support them and to run our own programme of must-see events. Keep your eyes peeled for news on what we’ll be up to at the weekend. We hope to see you there!

For more information on the referral ticket scheme please see our Terms and Conditions here.

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