Haven Power’s energy experts will be out in force at this year’s NEMEX exhibition – the ideal place to discuss the company’s attractive electricity supply benefits such as the cost-neutral Climate Change Levy (CCL) exempt option and its move into the SME half-hourly sector.
Thanks to parent company Drax Power leading the way in biomass generation, Haven is in a strong position to provide power from a renewable source to its SME customers at no extra cost, allowing them to choose the contract that suits them while being environmentally responsible.
Haven Power is also active in the SME half-hourly market, launching this new product for their customers towards the end of last year. Customers and consultants also now have the support of a dedicated sales contact for the SME half-hourly sector with the appointment of Adam Potter, assisting the field-based account managers as Haven grows its business.
Sales and marketing director, Richard Robey, comments: “Right from our inception, we wanted to stand apart from other business energy suppliers by making energy purchasing simpler and more efficient. Our commitment to meeting customer expectations was recognised in the Datamonitor 2010 (H2) customer satisfaction survey where we topped the results but we are continuing to ensure that our processes and service – from procurement through to billing – are the best they can be.
“Our energy specialists will be on our stand at NEMEX to discuss your requirements, whatever they may be.”
As part of Drax Power, which produces around seven percent of the UK’s electricity needs, Haven Power can offer customers significant industry expertise and supply benefits, while still providing an individual, tailored customer service.
Haven will be at NEMEX from 24-26 May at the NEC. Please visit our stand, U22, to find out more about our products, alternatively make an appointment with your account manager.
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