“As a charity, it’s always important that we’re looking for ways to reduce our costs,” says Allyson. “I’m hopeful that some of the ideas in our energy report will help us to do just that.”
Shalom House, St David’s, aims to provide care for people with life-limiting illnesses and also support for their families and friends. Nurse Manager, Allyson Burrows, looks after their gas and electricity contracts.
“We used Utilitywise when the time came to renegotiate our gas and electricity contracts. As a charity it can be daunting looking at changing suppliers and all that entails, especially with so many different suppliers and so many tariff options to choose from. But Utilitywise made the transfer easy and helped us take control of our energy costs.
“The Utilitywise team scanned the market to find the best deal, and one which would suit our needs. They also negotiated a five-year contract for us. Not only will this take out the hassle of having to renegotiate again in a year – which can be extremely time-consuming for a small charity like ours – but it also gives us peace of mind in knowing that we are safe from price rises and helping us to do our financial planning accordingly.
“Utilitywise also undertook a full energy report at no cost to us. This was full of advice and ideas on how we can reduce our energy consumption, which is something we’ve always been committed to, but not really known where to start. As a charity, it’s always important that we’re looking for ways to reduce our costs, and I’m hopeful that some of the ideas in the energy report will help us to do just that.
“In all our dealings with Utilitywise, the team have been straightforward, straight talking and easy to deal with. I have no hesitation recommending Utilitywise.”
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“Working with Utilitywise has added value to our business,” says Julian. “It’s enabled us to take better control of our energy provision and to spend less time worrying about loose ends and details, and pushing for things to happen.”Learn More