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Excitement of the Games brought to Devon

EDF Energy has opened an interactive ‘London 2012 Zone’ at its Exeter office, giving employees the chance to celebrate the Games, meet London 2012 torchbearers and find out more about the company’s London 2012 partnership.

EDF Energy employees celebrate the opening of the ‘London 2012 Zone’ at their office in Exeter. L-R (back row): Adam Rooke, Kelly Andrews and Adrian Nash. L-R (front row): Tracey Tavender and Sharon Owen

Zones are being opened at 30 EDF Energy sites across the UK, including Exeter, Plymouth and Hinkley in Somerset. As well as quizzes, EDF nominated Torchbearers will be dropping in and there will be information on how EDF’s Team EDF athletes are getting on.

Julie Henkus, EDF Energy’s Head of Customer Services South West, said: “We really want to share the excitement of London 2012 with everyone in Devon. We’ve given tickets as ‘thank yous’ to our customers, had Torchbearers nominated for incredible community achievements and are now launching our London 2012 zones in our Exeter and Plymouth offices. They give our 2,000 Devon staff the chance to get closer to the Games.”

Employees at EDF Energy’s Gadeon House office on Exeter Business Park, Osprey House on Sowton Industrial Estate and at Manadon in Plymouth, will also have the chance to get involved with ''. EDF Energy is measuring the energy of the nation via Twitter throughout the Games, and seeing how the nation is feeling and which buzzwords, athletes and sports are most popular.

As the Official Electricity Supplier for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, EDF will be powering the Games with low carbon electricity. This means that every unit of electricity supplied to the Olympic Park will be matched with power generated from low carbon sources.

EDF is an official partner and the electricity supplier of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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