Voting for the best consultancy working with small to medium sized firms (SMEs) in the exciting new Energy Live Consultancy Awards dubbed as the TELCAs ends today at 5pm.
Today is also the deadline for consultancies hoping to win a shiny new TELCA award and firms must get their entries into the TELCA team by 5pm too.
There has been a flood of votes and entries for the unique new awards programme which is highlighting the best of the bunch when it comes to energy brokers, consultants and TPIs.
There’s still time to have your say as two of the TELCAs up for grabs are partly voted for by the public, with energy end users able to vote for the SME and I&C Consultancy of the Year. If you’d like to vote in these categories – which are both sponsored by energy supplier npower – visit these sites: I&C Consultancy of the Year and SME Consultancy of the Year.
One TELCA will go to the consultant our team of expert judges think is dishing out the top advice to their customers, in the category for Best Advice brought to you by DONG Energy.
There’s been fierce competition from firms hoping to get the glory of the Rising Star award which is sponsored by Hudson Energy.
Other consultancies are clamouring to take home awards such I&C Most Trusted Consultancy brought to you by ScottishPower or the SME Most Trusted Consultancy which is backed by Gazprom Energy.
The I&C and SME Best Customer Service gongs are sponsored by GDF Suez and CNG respectively while brokers hoping to set themselves apart for their ingenuity can enter the I&C Most Innovative Consultancy award (sponsored by Opus Energy) or the SME version of the same.
Customers are at the heart of the energy business which is why there are also awards for both SME Consumer Champion and I&C Consumer Champion (which is backed by Haven Power).
The deserving winners will be announced in a classy ceremony at the spectacular London Film Museum later this summer.
If you haven’t downloaded the form there’s still time to do so, visit the awards page and scroll down to the bottom for the entry form. Good luck – or get voting!