11 September 2017 – Haven Power, one of the UK’s largest business electricity suppliers, has been shortlisted for ‘Supplier of the Year’ at the Energy Awards 2017.
The prestigious ceremony, which will take place on 6 December at The London Hilton, is well respected in the industry and celebrates energy efficiency, partnerships and customer services.
Haven Power hopes to repeat last year’s success, when it was awarded ‘Supplier of the Year’ and the judges acknowledged its ‘continued innovation’. Paul Sheffield, Chief Operating Officer at Haven Power, said:
“It’s a great honour to be shortlisted against some of the biggest names in the industry; the quantity and quality of entries was as outstanding this year as last. We’re delighted that the Energy Awards judges have once again recognised Haven Power for our commitment to working in partnership with customers.
“We’ve designed our energy innovation workshops to capture each customer’s requirements and to generate creative, tailored energy solutions that address those needs by improving efficiency, reducing costs and generating income.”
Founded ten years ago, Haven Power has grown by focussing on exceptional customer service and offering renewable energy to both SME and large businesses.
For more information on how to attend the Energy Awards 2017, go to https://theenergyawards.com/
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