Energy prices have soared in recent years, driving businesses to search for solutions to control their rising costs. In response to this, Bidvest Noonan has launched a new Energy Management Service, designed to help businesses streamline energy consumption, achieve significant cost savings, and boost sustainability.
The new service simplifies energy management into three key steps:
- Contract and Consumption Analysis: Bidvest Noonan’s energy management teams perform an in-depth review of their customers’ existing energy contracts and consumption, pinpointing areas of potential financial improvement.
- Supplier Negotiation: The business negotiates with energy suppliers, on behalf of customers, leveraging its position to secure the best price and terms on the market.
- Contract Finalisation and Monitoring: Bidvest Noonan’s team handle the transition to the new supplier and continually monitor market trends and manage contract renewals for a seamless, uninterrupted service at the lowest cost.
The energy management service enables Bidvest Noonan’s customers to align their energy procurement with their sustainability objectives, sourcing energy from sustainable energy suppliers.
Speaking about the new service, Peter Smyth, Director of Innovation and Technology at Bidvest Noonan said: “Our new Energy Management service will help customers overcome energy challenges. With high energy prices and continued volatility in the energy market, our mission is to help customers reduce their energy consumption, pay the lowest rates and achieve their sustainability goals.”
He added: “Bidvest Noonan remains dedicated to helping businesses navigate these challenging times. With our expertise and this innovative solution, we are set to unlock significant cost savings for our customers while contributing to a more sustainable and energy-efficient future.”
Additionally, Bidvest Noonan is offering an energy audit service to identify potential energy-saving projects such as lighting upgrades, solar installations, EV charging solutions, and more, enabling businesses to achieve further environmental and cost efficiencies.
Bidvest Noonan’s Workplace Solutions Managing Director, Mary Kealy said: “Our new energy management service is just another step forward in our ongoing mission to provide added value for our customers. It underscores our dedication to continuously finding new ways to support them and help them achieve success.”
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