13 September 2017 – Haven Power has been named the UK’s best performing energy supplier by Third Party Intermediaries (TPI’s) in this year’s Cornwall Insight Report.
The report, which provides suppliers with analysis of the energy landscape, ranks Haven Power as the top performing energy supplier for brokers for large industrial and commercial businesses. The report also recognises Haven Power’s impressive growth and its continued development of its account management and services.
According to the Cornwall Insight report, a dedicated account manager was consistently cited as the most important service beyond energy contracts for large businesses, where Haven Power ranked highest with 96% of TPI’s needs being met.
Paul Sheffield, Chief Operating Officer at Haven Power, said: “Everything we do at Haven Power is about helping our customers make a better use of energy. We’re continuing to build on our reputation for excellence, specifically with a focus on providing the right solution for the right customers whether they come to us via a broker or direct.”
Haven Power also topped the rankings for the flexibility of its products. 83% of TPIs saying their needs were met and that its willingness to offer a more bespoke service to large businesses than other suppliers was a refreshing quality.
Sheffield continued: “We’re committed to maintaining a close working relationship with leading TPIs to ensure that we can provide the right energy supply to their customers.”
“To be recognised as the leading provider to TPIs in the Cornwall Insight Report is something we’re extremely proud of at Haven Power, and we’ll continue the hard work and strive to keep to delivering outstanding customer service.”
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