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Alexander Hotels switches to renewable energy source to roll out green electricity

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Alexander Hotels Collection has switched to renewable electricity across all of its five properties in its portfolio.

The group, which is owned and operated by Peter and Deborah Hinchliffe, revealed that it has moved all its electricity supply to renewable provider Ørsted to provide green electricity to hotels Great Fosters, Alexander House, Langshott Manor, Barnett Hill and Rowhill Grange.

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We are delighted to share that we are now 100% green and renewable with our electricity supply across our 5 hotels, working with Ørsted. We are committed and proud to be developing our CSR within the Alexander Collection and look forward to sharing further developments as we make these positive switches to our business.

Great Fosters was the latest addition to the Alexander Hotels portfolio after being acquired in November 2018.

The hotel comprises 41 bedrooms and two restaurants, including the Tudor Room that holds 4 AA Rosettes and a Michelin star.

Alexander Hotels consists of Alexander House in West Sussex, Rowhill Grange Hotel in Kent, as well as Barnett Hill and Langshott Manor in Surrey.

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