Energy Consortium has Undergone a Significant Transformation

Energy Consortium has Undergone a Significant Transformation

Over the last two years The Energy Consortium has undergone a significant transformation as it has focused on changing and improving its staff’s skillset and the services provided to their members. This means that the offering of The Energy Consortium has adapted to become a fully managed energy service from a mainly procurement based approach.

The developments to the consortium have had to happen in order to reflect the changes required in the energy market as well as still being able to provide the services required to meet the needs of the members of The Energy Consortium.

The new team at the energy group is highly experiences and can support their members with 107 years’ combined experience. The team also has years of experience in procurement and public sectors. The main element of the transformation to The Energy Consortium has been the addition of a ground-breaking energy supply framework for the energy sector. This means that the members of the energy group has access to a variety of benefits which include especially lower supply margins, which have been reduced by 70% in comparison to other frameworks. There will also be discounts for all basket members, as well as provision of annual benefits statements and highlighting spend and consumption. The Energy Consortium will also have the ability to defend a budget while also passing on the benefits and ensuring accurate budgeting for their energy which will be done using web-based tools.

The major improvements to the consortium’s service have paid off as they have been awarded The Energy Buying Team of the Year at the Energy Awards in November 2016. This is a huge achievement for the group and they fought off competition for the title from larger and more commercial organisations. This can reflect the company’s commitment to delivering ground-breaking frameworks which will allow for the flexible purchase of gas and power.

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