Our team of colleagues will also have lots of free, family-friendly, energy-themed activities to keep you entertained between balloon flights.
There will be:
We want to talk to small, locally owned businesses about our aims as a company, and how local small and micro businesses can be a part of our future in changing the energy industry for good. Amy, James, Anni and Chris (pictured) will be heading out to meet business the length of Gloucester Road.
The agenda of our 2016 company showcase was to update new councillors and staff members on our progress, at a joint event at Bristol City Hall.
Here’s the presentation delivered by our Managing Director, Peter Haigh:
We were set up to be a force for social good. But what does that mean? For us it’s simple:
Our energy can make a positive difference
We’ll reinvest our profits back into our founding city. So our customers get a fair deal, and the chance to give something back.
Where does our energy come from?
At Bristol Energy we offer the greenest electricity we can, at the best price we can. And we’ll reinvest our profits back into Bristol communities – so you can go green, and give back.
If you move into vacant premises that were previously supplied by us and you haven’t entered into a new supply contract with us or another supplier, you will be charged our published deemed rates until such time as a new contract is agreed.
If you're moving out of your current business premise or locating to a new one, let us know by filling out our quick forms. We can then either close your current account or start up a new one for you.
On the day of your move, remember to take an electricity and gas meter reading. This will then allow us to issue your final and/ or initial invoice accurately.
We want to work with Third Party Intermediaries (TPIs) that share our ambition and ethos to offer fair and transparent prices to businesses.
With our dedicated Third Party Team based in Bristol, we want to work with TPIs that can support us locally and/ or nationally.
This is an extremely exciting time for Bristol Energy and the TPI Market, and we’d welcome enquiries from those TPIs who comply with one of the recognised TPI Codes of Practice.
We know that cost saving and improving efficiency is likely to be important to your business. You may also feel passionately about the impact your organisation has on the environment.
We want to help, so we’ve put together the following guides to help you save energy and lower your energy bills.