A Collective Purchasing Scheme Endorsed by Business Owners in Staffordshire
South Staffordshire Council’s Good Life Energy Bill scheme, received wholehearted support from local MP Gavin Williamson as reported in The Express & Star newspaper.
Many local businesses have been quick to see the savings potential offered by collective energy switching. Among them Ian James and Viv Bradford of Lymestone Brewery in Stone, and Plumbits (Stafford)'s Andrew Wheeler based in Stafford. Rugeley WMC's Gylnis Payne were also quick to see the potential savings to their energy bills through collective switching.
These and other local Staffordshire 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 Staffordshire Energy scheme represents many businesses located in and around towns such as Stafford, Lichfield and Cannock. The scheme however is open to any business located within the Staffordshire border.
Adrian Cooper explains the benefits for local Business Owners like You
It definitely pays to shop around but surprisingly there are many small and medium sized businesses that choose to stay with their "tried and trusted" supplier. Others who have switched may have been taken in by the "we can save you hundreds of pounds" line adopted by many companies. CEB is not tied to any one particular company and we will give you choice of suppliers, carefully explain the unit rates for gas and electricity and the details of the contract terms. We will recommend what we believe to be the best option for your business. You decide!
Adrian Cooper of the Staffordshire Business Energy Scheme