Inspired Energy PLC, Patron Members of the North & Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce (NWLCC), have partnered with Lancashire’s largest business support organisation, to launch ‘Chamber Utilities’.
Chamber Utilities, a bespoke service which provides Lancashire companies with energy procurement, market analysis, bill auditing and compliance support – will be offered to the Chamber’s 1,600 members through the exclusive partnership.
This includes a free ‘Utilities Health Assessment’, providing an impartial review of member’s billing and energy usage as well as advising on effective cost saving methods. This service provides an in-depth analysis of members’ energy usage, billing, efficiency measures and procurement.
Mark Dickinson, Chief Executive Officer of Inspired Energy said of the partnership: “We’re delighted to announce this new partnership with the NWLCC, which provides huge potential for both parties as two trusted advisors to businesses across North and Western Lancashire. As one of the market leaders in the energy industry, we pledge to continue our commitment to deliver a range of market-leading energy advisory services, covering every aspect of a Chamber Member’s energy strategy and utilities infrastructure.
“Our ‘Utilities Health Assessment’ service is expected to provide members with peace of mind that their business is using energy intelligently and efficiently; whilst potentially delivering significant savings.
“Inspired Energy’s continued growth and success as a business means that we are in a position to help other entrepreneurial businesses across Lancashire through this new partnership.”
Commenting on today’s announcement, Babs Murphy, Chief Executive of the North & Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce said: “Inspired Energy have been a supportive and active member of the Chamber for many years. We are delighted that they have chosen to become Chamber patrons and work closely with us to deliver yet another tangible business benefit to Chamber members.
“The Chamber represents its 1,600 members, from its offices in Preston and Blackpool, on a wide-range of issues, including Red Tape, transport, legislation and exporting. But more than that, it really does play a key partnership role in Government regeneration initiatives to the benefit of all businesses in our region.
“Each Patron has committed financially to the Chamber beyond the cost of their annual membership subscription. The Chamber depends upon the support and goodwill of our members, sponsors and Patrons, who provide financial and other support for the Chambers activities.
“I would like to thank Inspired Energy for putting something back into the local business economy through Patron membership. I hope the relationship between the two organisations, established some years ago, continues to strengthen.”
The North & Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce (NWLCC) is the region’s largest business membership organisation representing 1,600 members in Lancashire. They have played a key role in the region’s business community for over 100 years helping their members start, grow and succeed.
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