RWE signs C-19 Business Pledge to help fight ongoing pandemic

RWE has pledged to help the UK fight the Coronavirus crisis by signing the C-19 Business Pledge.

RWE has joined the other 150 organisations in helping its employees, customers and communities to fight the COVID-19 crisis.

By signing the C-19 Business Pledge, RWE has agreed to:

  • Develop and implement action plans to help its employees go through this challenging time.
  • Join other businesses in publishing clear and simple advice for customers.
  • Help and join communities the utility serves to help Britain fight the Coronavirus epidemic.

RWE in partnership with Innogy SE has donated just under 50 laptops to the Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to clinical and support teams to work remotely and quickly respond to the developing situation. 

RWE has also donated 90 pairs of surplus eye protection and 30 respiratory masks for use by front line NHS staff.

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Tom Glover, UK Country Chair of RWE said, “The Coronavirus pandemic affects us all. But I believe difficult times can bring out the best in people and I am incredibly proud of the work our teams are doing to support the community and ensure security of electricity supply in the UK.”

“As a business we also have a social responsibility to support the communities in which we operate. Thanks to all of our people who have supported the initiatives so far. This will continue over the coming weeks.”

Members of the C-19 Business Pledge represent over 2.2 million staff, students and people.

The C-19 Business Pledge was founded by former UK Cabinet Minister, Rt Hon. Justine Greening, and UK entrepreneur David Harrison. Click here for more information about the pledge.