Bristol City Council electricity supply

Our Managing Director Peter Haigh explains:

Just like all councils across the UK, Bristol City Council has to follow strict procurement processes when choosing suppliers, including where they get their energy from. So although we are owned by Bristol City Council, it doesn’t automatically mean we can win contracts for supplying electricity and gas to their corporate estate. And this is the way it should be - a fair competitive process.

Office Assistant Apprentice

Reporting to: Workplace Support Office Manager

Salary: £206.25 per week

Duration: 12 Months

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Qualification: Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Business Administration (with day release for college attendance)

Location: Bristol (City Centre)

Who you will work for…

Events Assistant (Casual)

Reporting to: Events Coordinator

No. of reports: 0

Salary: £8.75 per hour

Duration: Casual Basis

Hours: Event Assistant shifts will mainly take place at the weekend, but there may also be occasional weekday evening shifts available to cover additional events

Location: Bristol (City Centre) 

About the role – purpose

Bristol Energy is a national gas and electricity company that is challenging the norm. Built on strong values of fairness and accountability, we believe in using our energy as a force for social good.

Energy saving tips for care homes

Care home residents in energy saving care home

We understand keeping your residents warm is of paramount importance to you. Here's some tips for improving energy efficiency, so you can keep them warm for less. 

Fit Thermostatic Radiator Valves

By fitting Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRVs) you'll be able to control the temperature in every room more accurately, keeping everyone warm, without worrying about unnecessary over-heating.

And if you're still using electric heaters, moving to central heating wherever possible will dramatically reduce your running costs.

Meet the small Welsh community that’s big on green energy

Community Energy project Ynni Teg in Wales with children from Meidrim Primary School

Ynni Teg is a community energy scheme in the foothills of Carmarthenshire in Wales.

Fair energy for the community

Meaning ‘fair energy’ in Welsh, Ynni Teg is a perfect partner for us at Bristol Energy.

Its 40 metre wind turbine provides energy for our My Green Plus customers. And because it’s a social enterprise, profits made by selling the energy will support the surrounding community, including its local primary school.


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