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Eco energy company Polaris brings social innovation in the energy market, Member of social entrepreneurship Academy Munich, 21.06.2012 for the great challenges of our time there are many people who talk and few who act. Also around the current Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro the demand intensifies, to take concrete measures. Social entrepreneurs such as for example the eco energy company Polaris are for experts to the most important drivers of our social and economic development. Precisely because they operate. In a sense, you are the engine of a common future. Professor Markus Beckmann, head of the Institute Centre for sustainability management at the Leuphana University of Luneburg, explains why: They enable the ability to change the society through concrete and especially convincing and credible offers. Thus they give practical impetus and enable and motivate that individual actions.” And that it takes exactly this personal commitment of each individual in it agree that 70 percent of Germans.

This is the result of a bevolkerungsreprasentiven survey of GfK. Since summer of 2011, the social enterprise movement energy market brings Polarstern. The eco energy provider is the first which is the worldwide energy revolution with its products. In other words, it promotes the development of renewable energy, not only in Germany, but also in the developing countries for each customer. To get directly to renewable energies, without having to go through coal and nuclear. Also Polaris offers nationwide percent green power product, also a 100 percent eco gas tariff as first green energy providers in addition to a 100 residues. This is an important milestone, to make the Green gas market lame to barely ten years after”, says Florian Henle, co-founder of Polaris. Polaris is a member of social entrepreneurship Academy, a network organization of the four universities of Munich since beginning of 2012. Social innovations change global, complex, networked to the world can be described our society and economy.

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