Monday, Olympique de Marseille (OM) kicks off an operation that goes beyond the framework of the green rectangle.
But it is always "green" in question: associated for the occasion with the comparator of energy offers Selectra, the football club encourages its supporters to take out an electricity or renewable gas contract.
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The principle is that of a group purchase offer: interested persons pre-register online, until March 8.
Once in possession of this customer portfolio, Selectra will go around the green energy suppliers to obtain the best price proposals.
The stated goal is to obtain an average saving of 150 to 200 euros per year compared to the regulated tariffs offered by the incumbent operators (EDF and Engie).
It will not be necessary to justify a supporter card to pre-register and hope to save some money!
Being a sympathizer of the Marseille club is enough;
Specifically, OM recalled in their communication that they have 13 million fans on their digital platforms. We will know in a few weeks how much they are greening their energy in the wake of their club at heart.
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Will this initiative be emulated among other football clubs?
One of them would be found: the Greens of Saint-Étienne, known throughout France, would be excellent ambassadors for renewable energy.
In the meantime, all over the country, supporters are waiting for only one thing: to be able to return to the stadiums.