Queen’s Green Canopy

News Item, March 2023


Ridge Clean Energy supports The Queen's Green Canopy

Throughout 2022 and spring 2023, Ridge Clean Energy (RCE) proudly supported the Queen’s Green Canopy initiative by sponsoring tree planting across England. As many as 75 trees were planted at locations linked to Ridge Clean Energy’s project sites as well as another 1529 trees are being planted in recognition of every new British citizen who settled in Oxfordshire during that time. Many of these tree planting events were supported and attended by the Lord Lieutenant of that particular area.


What is the Queen’s Green Canopy?

The Queen’s Green Canopy (or QGC) is a unique tree planting initiative was created to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022, and to draw attention to the two greatest challenges facing humankind: climate change and the decline in biodiversity. The project has created a living legacy of over one million trees planted in Her Majesty’s name across the nation, serving as a lasting tribute to Her Majesty’s extraordinary service to her country and her people ( see map here ).

As a company, Ridge Clean Energy are committed to improving our environment for the benefit of wildlife and future generations and as such are pleased to work with community groups, local councils, schools and individuals to support this worthwhile project.

March 2023


News Item, July 2022


2022 marks The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and the start of a year-long project focusing on planting trees and hedgerows for The Queen’s Green Canopy.  As part of this historic and significant year, Ridge Clean Energy is donating a native tree to all new citizens welcomed to Oxfordshire.  They will be given the choice to either take the tree home and plant it in their own gardens, or to donate the tree to a woodland in Oxfordshire.  The county is proud to have a diverse population, and it is wonderful for the estimated 1500 new citizens to be able to mark this milestone in their lives by planting a tree for The Queen’s Green Canopy. 

To learn more about the The Queen's Green Canopy, click here.