Sustainability at
Challenger

Fully electric company fleet

In early 2020 we replaced all of our company cars with Teslas in order to majorly reduce our impact on the environment. Our MD Jeff has been driving his own EVs since 2014!

In March 2020 we sent everyone home who could work remotely

We were thrilled to discover home working did not disrupt our productivity.

This meant we could move to a hybrid working model permanently…

…which reduces our collective commuting time and promotes a healthier work/life balance.

Renewable energy

In Summer 2021 we installed solar panels on the roof of our headquarters in Deeside. We think they look great and are a huge factor in helping us to move closer to net zero.

Solar power is pollution-free and causes no greenhouse gases to be emitted after installation.

Using solar energy helps drastically cut down on electricity used from the national grid.

Our next project…

We are really excited to be working with the amazing charity Sustrans.

Our first project with them will be the planting of 30 trees in the cycle path area local to us – as part of our 30th anniversary celebrations.

Moving forward we will be involved with helping to make the Deeside Triangle a safe place for nature to flourish.

This will include litter picking, pruning and further planting to encourage a healthy ecosystem along the cycle paths.