XLN gets ‘green’ accreditation


XLN Telecom has achieved CarbonNeutral company status by neutralising greenhouse gases emitted from heating, lighting, commuting, waste and the paper and
offsetting emissions to verified carbon offset projects.

XLN’s first offset project is a wind farm in Govindapurum, India, which will help install wind turbines to aid sustainable development, avoiding CO2 emissions from fossil fuel power stations.

XLN Telecom has formed a ‘Green Team’ to encourage further environmentally-friendly action within the business and is encouraging customers to opt for e-billing.

XLN Telecom Group chief executive Christian Nellemann (pictured) said: “We all need to take responsibility for reducing carbon emissions, both at a company and an individual level. We’re delighted to be amongst the first to achieve CarbonNeutral company certification in our sector. The response from our customers has likewise been fantastic – those
opting for e-billing has risen tenfold in the last three months.”

CarbonNeutral marketing director Rebecca Fay said: “We would like to congratulate XLN Telecom in achieving CarbonNeutral company certification. Not only will this accreditation encourage staff  members to try and reduce more CO2 emissions but it will help XLN differentiate itself from its competitors and increase its customer