Switch and support our flying heroes

Quote GWAAC when you switch and we'll donate £30 to Great Western Air Ambulance

Bristol Energy is proud to support this year’s Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, and its official charity, Great Western Air Ambulance (GWAAC).

We'll donate £30 every time someone switches using the code GWAAC.

The Critical Care Team is available seven days a week, 365 days a year and attends more than 100 incidents every month.

Although it provides a vital, lifesaving service and is part of the regional 999 network, the GWAAC receives no day to day Government or Lottery cash.

What is my supply point number?

The supply point number given is used to help energy companies complete the switching process and for the companies that distribute your electricity or gas (local network operators) to identify you.

For electricity this is called a Meter Point Adminstration Number (MPAN) or for gas a Meter Point Reference Number (MPRN).

The first number on the bottom line identifies which network distribution supply region you are in - this is also stated on your bill under the emergency numbers.

SQL Developer

Reporting to: Head of IT and Change

No of Reports: None

Salary: £28,000 - £37,000 (Depending on Experience)

Duration: Permanent

Hours: 37.5

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.

Billing Advisor

Reporting to: Billing Team Leader

No of Reports: 0

Salary: £18,000 - £20,000

Duration: Permanent

Hours: 37.5 Hours

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.

Why businesses should stop ignoring the elephant in the room

The Bristol Energy B2B team have been at business showcases across the country encouraging businesses to stop ignoring the elephant in the room.

It's crucial to keeping a business running, yet an expense that's often overlooked.

But the reality is, large energy bills can break small businesses. And many businesses aren’t getting a fair deal.

Research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) suggests that half (52%) of small firms have been stung by unfair contract terms with their suppliers, at a cost of nearly £4 billion over the past three years.*

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