Bioenergy Infrastructure Group (BIG) has announced that it has changed its name to Evero.
The company, which has operations across the UK, said the Evero brand reflects its commitment to a future where waste is repurposed into low carbon products that protect the planet for future generations.
Evero CEO, Simon Hicks, said: “The new identity is based on our committed belief that the current way we approach waste fails to fully meet society’s expectations. We believe there is a future where the world is fuelled sustainably. We have the imagination to unlock it and the knowledge to do so.
“The new brand visual of a rebalanced globe is important to us. We are a company committed to reimagining the way society thinks about waste. The balance represents achieving our mission, and respecting both the planet and the people we need to work with to make change happen.”
Owned by Infracapital and Helios Energy Investments, Evero has five operational energy recovery plants in the north of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland and is a specialist in the gasification of waste. The company generates low carbon electricity with the majority of feedstock being locally sourced waste wood.