British Dance Council saves £1200 through Energy 4 Sport energy audit
The British Dance Council is one of the first organisations to take up a free energy audit through the Energy 4 Sport & Recreation scheme - and is set to make over £1200 of savings as a result.
Bryan Allen, President of the British Dance Council said: "The British Dance Council is extremely pleased with this saving and the energy audit was very easy to complete – all we had to do was forward our current bills to them and then make a decision based on the figures they returned to us. I would definitely recommend it to other organisations."
Stephen Morgon, Managing Director of Utility Aid said: “This is a classic example of how an organisation with a very small headcount and office space can save a proportionately large amount of money on energy bills, which can then be invested in things that really matter to their organisation.
“I would encourage all sport and recreational organisations, whether they are a small club trying to make ends meet or a large governing body with large running costs to give us a call - as we know we can really make a massive difference for them all.”
Energy 4 Sport & Recreation provides free and simple energy audits for sport and recreation organisations - from local clubs to national governing bodies. It is run in conjunction with the not-for-profit umbrella body the Sport and Recreation Alliance who provides the initiative to its members, and energy experts Utility Aid who carry out the audits on their behalf.
To find out how you could save your organisation or club money through a free energy audit, call freephone 0808 1788 170.
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