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Orchard Energy shortlisted for TELCA

Published 8th Jun 2015 by Rachel McDerby

Elland-based member Orchard Energy has been recognised for its commitment to the wider energy industry by being shortlisted for The Energy Live Consultancy Awards (TELCA).

The national TELCA awards are in their third year and are designed to celebrate the achievements of energy consultants and brokers across the UK, attracting businesses of all sizes from the energy sector.

Orchard Energy, which won the Rising Star award in 2014, has been shortlisted for the Consumer Champion award, sponsored by Haven Power. The company had to demonstrate how it works with the wider industry for the benefit of its customers, focusing on its processes, the communication methods it employs, as well as showcasing real life examples of how they successfully improved a customer’s situation and used the experience to enhance the industry.

The black tie awards ceremony will take place on Thursday 25 June at The Mermaid Theatre, near Blackfriars Bridge in London.

Established in 2004, Orchard Energy Ltd is a fast growing energy management company specialising in energy purchasing, bureau services, energy solutions and water management for business across the UK.

Gareth Henderson, Orchard Energy’s group managing director, said: “The energy sector doesn’t stand still, so it’s important to stay ahead of the game. At Orchard, we have a proactive approach, constantly monitoring the markets, and have built up solid relationships with our suppliers. We communicate regularly with all our clients on new legislations and shifts in the market, and they trust us to help them make the right decisions.

“It’s a competitive market out there, so being shortlisted for the Consumer Champion award is testament to the hard work our teams put in to making sure our clients get up-to-date information and the best advice to make informed choices on their energy purchasing.”

For more information on Orchard Energy go to www.orchardenergy.co.uk.


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