Focus Assured is a leading energy consultancy who are committed to developing and delivering real value. Energy is our passion and we use our expertise to advise our clients not only to help save them money, but to guide them in the best solutions to drive efficiency and achieve their overall business goals. We deliver transparent energy solutions for business energy users – including energy procurement, energy management, customer solutions and compliance services.
Supplying over 100,000 sites, Total Gas & Power are one of the leading gas and electricity suppliers to businesses within the UK. We offer a range of products that can be tailored to suit the needs of our customers, complemented by a wide range of energy services designed to help monitor, manage and optimise energy usage; identify opportunities for energy efficiency and on-site generation; and implement sustainable solutions that deliver quantifiable energy and carbon savings.
Centrica is an energy and services company. Everything we do is focussed on satisfying the changing needs of our customers. Under our British Gas brand, we supply more than 750,000 UK business sites with gas and electricity, ranging from the smallest SME businesses right up to large corporates.
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Business Stream is the largest operator in the Scottish non-domestic water market, providing water management and efficiency, waste water management and trade effluent services to its customers. Since retail competition was introduced to Scotland in 2008, it saved businesses and public sector organisations over £133 million and helped conserve more than 24 billion litres of water. Business Stream has now bought the non-domestic customer base of Southern Water – becoming the third biggest provider in the Anglo-Scottish market with 11% market share. The deal will formally take effect from 1 April 2017 when the English market fully opens for competition.
Haven Power is a business electricity supplier that offers tailored and flexible electricity products and services to customers from small to medium enterprises (SMEs) through to large industrial and commercial (I&C) businesses. As part of Drax Group, Haven is in a unique position to reduce customer dependence on fossil fuels through the use of innovative biomass technology which reduces carbon emissions by over 80% compared to coal.
The company is driven by a strategic focus on a more intelligent approach to energy sustainability. Haven concentrates on how customers use power and provides the unique ability to offer reliable, renewable electricity generated using biomass technology.
Haven is different to other energy suppliers; it specialises in business electricity and can offer expert advice and an excellent level of service to small-to-medium enterprises and large, industrial and commercial consumers alike.
Haven recently celebrated its 10 year anniversary and, from day one, its focus has always been on business customers. It’s for this reason that Haven has built an excellent reputation for providing businesses with award-winning customer service, delivered by its UK-based team of energy experts.
Inenco Group operates across the full spectrum of utility services, from energy procurement to water reduction services. Inenco is responsible for purchasing £1.5billion of gas and electricity each year on behalf of clients and is active in 20 countries. They are a true energy partner with a focus on identifying cost savings via client-specific energy solutions.
npower is a leading business solutions provider, supplying electricity, gas and energy management services to more than 238,000 small to medium-sized enterprise (SME) sites and around 22,000 industrial and commercial customers, with over 100,000 sites. Our customers include many well-known businesses such as BT, Tata Steel and Sainsbury’s.
Energy is a vital commodity and we are dedicated to helping UK businesses use it more efficiently. For major energy users, we offer bespoke energy solutions and multi-utility management consultancy to improve efficiencies right across the procurement/consumption chain. And for smaller business consumers, we provide sector-specific advice and guidance on reducing energy use.
We provide direct access to energy trading services with dedicated support for large consumers. Our award-winning team offers risk management services with comprehensive market intelligence and a range of products designed to support each buyer’s requirements and level of expertise.
A key part of our service is also about informing and engaging with our customers and other stakeholders such as industry bodies and government. We hold regular events, roundtable discussions and webinars to promote understanding of key issues, such as Electricity Market Reform and planning for future energy costs. As well as promoting understanding, our aim is to ensure that the views of business customers are properly represented.
We are proud to have won a number of awards in recognition of the service we offer to businesses, including Energy Supplier of the Year and Excellence in Carbon Reduction at the 2013 Energy Awards.
Open Energi is a clean technology company working with businesses to unlock the value of their demand-side flexibility and create a new energy economy which is cleaner, cheaper, more secure and more efficient. Our Dynamic Demand technology platform connects sources of demand-side flexibility – from batteries and industrial equipment through to cogeneration – and applies cutting edge techniques to intelligently optimise their use in real-time, maximising value for end users without disrupting business processes. To date we have connected over 3,000 assets at over 350 customer sites UK-wide, including Sainsbury’s, Aggregate Industries, United Utilities and Tarmac.
SmartestEnergy is Great Britain’s leading supplier of renewable electricity generated by the independent sector. With a strong focus on sustainability and a uniquely flexible approach, we work closely with our customers to help them deliver their energy strategies.
Our portfolio includes over 700 industrial and commercial organisations, and we are proud to work with some of the UK’s biggest brands such as Saint-Gobain, Toyota Manufacturing UK, John Lewis Partnership and JLL.
We also work with over 600 independent generators across Great Britain to purchase the renewable energy generated by their projects.
SSE Business Energy powers nearly 500,000 business accounts across the UK, offering tailored energy services and expertise to deliver innovative gas and electricity supply solutions.
Our energy prices are generated against the live energy market, meaning we offer competitive prices to both existing and new customers.
Our dedicated service begins with a team of experienced sales and support staff, trained in providing fast, accurate quoting and contract services.
SSE was accredited as a Living Wage employer in 2013, and in October 2014 became the first FTSE 100 company to be accredited with the Fair Tax Mark.
For more information contact us on: 0800 072 3319
Established in 1989, STC Energy, part of Inspired Energy plc, are a specialist energy management consultancy and a leading provider of bureau services in UK. Since 2005, STC has recovered over £146m in utility billing errors for our clients, whilst maintaining a very high degree of customer satisfaction.
Our bureau service focuses on helping our clients to achieve significant efficiency gains within their accounts, estates, energy, procurement and building management departments. At the forefront of energy and carbon compliance, we also have comprehensive provisions to allow organisations to monitor, benchmark and reduce energy consumption.
UK Power Networks distributes more than a quarter of the UK’s electricity through its networks of substations, underground cables and overhead lines making sure the lights stay on across London, the South East and the East of England. UK Power Networks’ 5,600 employees are dedicated to delivering a safe, secure electricity supply to 8.1 million homes and businesses.
The industry regulator Ofgem sets an allowed revenue to distribution companies so that they can maintain safe and reliable electricity supplies. UK Power Networks moves cables and connects new electricity supplies, invests in its electricity networks every year, offers extra help to vulnerable customers at times of need, and is undertaking trials to ensure that electricity networks support the transition to a low carbon future.
Utilitywise is a leading, AIM listed, energy and water consultancy with a client base of over 30,000, managing over 20TWh of energy every year on behalf of our clients.
Our Corporate Division is trusted by hundreds of major energy users and public sector organisations.
With our innovative and technology based approach Utilitywise is transforming the way organisations manage their energy and water requirements. We work closely with our clients to understand their business goals and challenges creating a tailored Strategic Utility Management Plan to suit their needs. Our services range from energy procurement and bill validation to carbon compliance and controls and everything in between.
With Utilitywise your business can take back control. Our plan ensures you can minimise risk, control consumption, manage costs and lower your carbon footprint.
WINGAS UK’s expert team will be on hand to discuss your energy needs, and to advise on how you can benefit from the gas market. Our Managing Director, Andreas Pingel, will join us to share his years of experience of supplying gas in the UK and other European markets via our parent company, WINGAS GmbH.
2015 is an important year for WINGAS UK as it marks eleven years since we entered the UK market to supply gas to the larger commercial and industrial energy users. Since then, we’ve grown consistently thanks to our commitment to going the extra mile and delivering an exceptional service.
Severn Trent and United Utilities have created Water Plus, a new business with a refreshing approach to business water retailing; combining the very best of both companies in a distinctly different business.
We have employed some extraordinary people. Our customer service advisers have been chosen for their personality and attitude and have been trained in the business of water. We’ve also kept our water experts from United Utilities and Severn Trent, with their knowledge of the industry. We’re here to make it easy for our customers. We understand you’re as individual as your business and we respond to that by offering a personalised service.
You may never need to contact us but if you do we’ll make it easy, providing the channels you want to use and delivering a great service on all of them. We’ll keep working hard behind the scenes, from our process planners to our digital team finding new ways to offer great service with a personal touch.
REstore is an award-winning energy technology company leading the delivery of advanced automated Demand Response. The company offers Demand Response programmes to Commercial & Industrial consumers and provides cloud-based Demand Side Management software for Utilities.
For many years the company has been the leader in the fast-growing European Primary Reserve / Frequency Control markets and operates in all ancillary services and capacity markets in Europe. The company’s proprietary solution FlexPond™ is used by more than 125 of Europe’s largest industrial energy consumers, and a range of utility clients that include five of Europe’s top-50 utilities and grid operators.
REstore, founded by Pieter-Jan Mermans and Jan-Willem Rombouts, is a privately held company. Its current shareholders include cleantech fund LRM, Axe Investments, Ark Angels Fund and a number of prominent industrial families and entrepreneurs.
ENGIE is a leading energy and services Group employing 20,000 people in the UK, across three main activities: Services, Energy Solutions and Energy Infrastructure.
Within the Energy Solutions division, we work as an energy partner delivering sustainable energy and energy management solutions to meet our customers’ current and future requirements. Our extensive capabilities are designed to serve both public and private organisations, including businesses of all sizes, from SMEs to the largest multinationals. The development of integrated solutions enable customers to take control of their energy needs and address the challenges of an ever-changing energy environment.
As the electricity System Operator, National Grid’s role is to balance supply and demand on a second by second basis. The system we are operating is in the midst of significant change, in particular on the supply side.
The growth of renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar is increasing, just as fossil fuel generation is decreasing. Whilst this presents a challenge to National Grid, it also presents a great opportunity to industrial & commercial customers.
National Grid’s Power Responsive seeks to facilitate and shape the growth of demand side flexibility collaboratively with stakeholders from across the industry.
Established in 2010, Lightsource is a key player in the ground-mount solar industry and has also developed a rapidly expanding commercial and domestic rooftop division.
Currently the leading solar photovoltaic (PV) energy generator in Europe, and one of the top ten largest solar PV energy generators globally, Lightsource has deployed more than £2billion of solar assets and manages an operational portfolio of more than 1.3 Gigawatts (GW) – enough to power more than 350,000 households each year.
Its in-house team of experts create bespoke photovoltaic (PV) solutions for business and domestic use, offering full service capability from initial design and planning through to ongoing operations and maintenance.
Lightsource is leading the solar revolution after completing innovative solar PV projects including Europe’s largest floating solar farm on London’s QE2 reservoir and Ireland’s first large-scale commercial solar farm, which connects directly by private-wire into Belfast International Airport.