Are your activity’s energy bills getting out of control?
The Sport and Recreation Alliance has an innovative partnership with Utility Aid to drive down energy costs for national governing bodies and sports clubs.
Experts in not-for-profit and charitable organisations, Utility Aid is offering Alliance members free energy health checks so that you’re paying the right rates and to highlight any cost-effective energy alternatives.
Utility Aid has saved its clients £4,000,000 in the past two years alone – working with clients from Edinburgh Zoo and the NSPCC to Amnesty International and Leicester Cathedral.
EDP Drug and Alcohol Services has worked with Utility Aid to unify all of its gas and electricity supplies across multiple offices to one single supplier:
“This exercise was started in order to reduce utilities overheads and also to reduce the amount of admin around having several different suppliers and varying contract dates by uniting supplies under one supplier.
“This has not only reduced the admin around utility supplies, but has also greatly reduced our utilities spend.
"Utility Aid have been invaluable in progressing this project and have proven proactive, efficient and helpful at all stages of the process: we would recommend any company explore their savings options with them."
Simon King, EDP Drug and Alcohol Services
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Utility Aid also has experience with small community groups such as Metherington Scout Group which saved 49% on its energy bills.
Find out how your organisation could benefit by contacting James Kenney at Utility Aid, call 0808 1788 170
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