Thursday 14th July: 17.30-20.00 at the City Hall, College Green, Bristol
(Conference Hall, just off the main foyer)
Bristol is one of the fastest growing cities in the UK and Bristol City Council is finding new ways to capitalise on this - to help deliver better public services in the 21st century.
Secretary of State for Climate Change, Amber Rudd, visited Bristol Energy yesterday to find out how we’re supporting the city, and reinvesting our profits back into Bristol.
We welcomed the minister to the Bristol Energy Hub, to give her a special preview of our face-to-face customer care centre in advance of its opening on Tuesday next week.
Local photographer Joshua Perrett, from Bishopston, has won the first Bristol Energy prize with his photograph, taken as part of this year’s 24 Hours in Bristol photography competition.
In partnership with the Ape Project, a non-profit organisation that works with families across the city, Bristol Energy is offering pedal-powered smoothies for anyone willing to get cycling. No electricity needed.
The team will be based outside the Bristol Energy Hub on the waterfront from 8am – 1pm.
And for weary runners: if you show your medal, the Bristol Energy team will pedal it for you.
We’re really proud to be supporting our brave colleagues, who’ve taken on the challenge of running Bristol 10k in just over a week’s time. The team are aiming to raise £500, which Bristol Energy will match, for local charity Bristol Mind.