A Regional Collective Purchasing Scheme Endorsed by Business Owners in the North West
The scheme has received endorsement by local MPs and prominent business people from the North West. Conor McGinn the MP for St Helens North, said: "These schemes have been operating successfully in other parts of the country and I am delighted that it is now coming to North West."
Many North West businesses have been quick to see the savings potential offered by collective energy switching. Paula Cain (Chief Executive at Halton Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise) said: "We welcome the integrity and professionalism shown by The North-West Business Energy team and thank them for coming to this part of the country."
Other North West based companies already working with Compare Energy Bills include; The Merseyside Society for Deaf People and County Food Ingredients.
These and other local business owners, who have opted-in to this free energy saving scheme, understand the buying power that comes from forming a like minded group. It has allowed our team to negotiate a much better deal with the energy providers on their behalf, whilst retaining each businesses own individual utility contract.
The bottom line is, these companies now see significant savings on their gas and electricity bills.
The North West Energy scheme represents many businesses located in and around towns and cities such as Liverpool, Greater Manchester, Chester and St Helens. The scheme however is open to any business located within the North West area.
Adrian Cooper explains the benefits for local Business Owners like You
Speaking to small and medium sized businesses owners in the North West I find that whilst most are unhappy about what they have to pay for their gas and electricity they are often with the same Big 6 supplier they have used for several years. One of the major benefits of joining the NW Energy Scheme is that we have access to over 50 suppliers and we will ensure that you are offered the best deal available and we will manage the whole switch process from start to finish.
Adrian Cooper of the North West Business Energy Scheme