ENER-G Procurement is commended in prestigious energy consultancy awards

ENER-G Procurement has been commended in the prestigious Energy Live News Awards (TELCA).

 The independent business energy broker was commended  in the Industrial and Commercial (I&C) Most Trusted Consultancy category, which was fiercely contended by the UK’s major energy brokers.

 ENER-G was also a finalist in the Large Consultancy of the Year category, a tribute from customers who nominated ENER-G for the award.  

 Mark Alston, Director of ENER-G Procurement, said: “We were delighted to reach the finals of these prestigious awards, which are the Oscars for energy consultants, and to  receive commendation by the judges for our integrity and professionalism. We feel honoured that our customers took the time to vote for us and thank them for their continued support.

“We are proud to demonstrate fair play and transparency in our work and believe that we set an example for others to follow. While we are able to secure highly competitive prices on gas and electricity for our customers, we also work hard to meet their wider objectives and understand their precise needs.”

ENER-G Procurement  is a founding member of energy broker watchdog the Utilities Intermediaries Association (UIA) and a member of its Council. It is also part of the Ofgem Third Party Intermediary (TPI) working group, which is developing an industry wide code of practice.

ENER-G has championed consumer rights for many years – campaigning for measures to deal with the problem of ‘rogue brokers’, for  regulatory changes on ‘deemed’ and ‘out of contract’ rates, and for the removal of the automatic renewal process/rollover on contracts.

Further information: www.energ.co.uk/procurement

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