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Energy costs are a huge concern for Social Enterprises and Charities alike. Price rises are still commonplace and many smaller non profits do not feel they have any buying ‘clout’ in this market.
In our attempts to better support your organisation we have teamed up with Gaia Energy Brokers Limited, who work specifically with small charity groups, pooling their buying power and allowing them to get the benefits of collective ‘Energy Basket’ contracts. The participation of hundreds of charities in these baskets ensures that small groups can punch well above their weight when it comes to energy costs. All you need to do is take a few seconds to complete the form at the bottom of the page, and we’ll do all the all hard work.
With access to the broker channels of nearly all UK energy suppliers, Gaia Energy can source advantageous contracts, basing their recommendations on price and customer service experience.
Whether your contract is about to expire or if you are half way through a long term contract, you can still start a conversation with Gaia Energy about future energy procurement. You may need to consider a long term contract or need advice on managing energy costs on short term tenancy situations – Gaia Energy have experience of all of these situations.
Gaia Energy have specialised in Charity and Church energy contracts since 2000 and have built excellent relationships with clients and suppliers alike. Why not see how they differ?
Just complete the form at the bottom of the page. It’s that easy, and takes just a few seconds to start the process.
We have been fortunate enough to have Gaia Energy manage the transfer of our utilities suppliers. With their guidance we have improved service and saved money. We are very pleased with the resulting Green electricity supply and long-term gas contract. As well as our Head Office, Gaia Energy has cut costs for hundreds of United Reformed Churches throughout the country over the last 10 years, and as far as we are aware, all have been successful. I will be happy to validate the benefit Gaia Energy has brought to the United Reformed Church House utilities accounts.
Ann Barton Facilities Manager