Reka only uses electricity generated from renewable resources

A step in the direction of sustainability

A step in the direction of sustainability
As of January 1, 2013, 100% of the Reka’s electricity consumption at its headquarters in Bern and in its own holiday facilities is generated from renewable energy resources.

 

The Reka headquarters in Bern uses the electricity product ewb.NATUR.Strom. This is entirely generated from renewable resources such as, for example, hydropower or waste material (the renewable content). This electricity is primarily produced in Switzerland.

In all their Holiday Villages (Albonago, Bergün, Disentis, Hasliberg, Lenk, Montfaucon, Pany, Sörenberg, Urnäsch, Wildhaus, Zinal) and Family Packs (Bergün Dominium, Brissago, Lenk Schönegg, Madulain, Magadino, Rougemont) the Reka uses 100% Swiss hydropower. The Reka’s electricity supply contract was awarded to BKW, which produces electricity at its own ecological power plants or shared plants.