Chamber welcomes Inspired Energy plc as a new Strategic Partner

13 Nov 2019


Inspired Energy plc is one of the UK’s leading energy consultancies, working with corporate and SME businesses to optimise the value of every pound spent on utilities. This is achieved through a range of specialist solutions aimed at lowering bills and protecting businesses against rising energy costs and changes in legislation.

Through this partnership the Chamber will be working closely with the Inspired team, enabling Chamber Members to access the expert advice offered by Inspired Energy, especially in reducing energy spend through energy efficiency strategies.

Tracy Mawson, Deputy Chief Executive at St Helens Chamber, comments: “We are delighted to welcome Inspired Energy plc as a Strategic Partner. Inspired Energy will bring even greater expertise and strength to the services we to provide to the local business community.”

Inspired Energy provide tailored services through Chamber Utilities, offering bespoke support for St Helens Chamber Members. This includes a free utilities ‘Health Check’, providing an impartial review of billing and energy usage as well as advising on effective cost saving methods. This impartial service provides an in-depth analysis of energy usage, billing, efficiency measures and procurement.

Ben Beetham, Head of Partnerships at Inspired Energy plc, said: “We are thrilled to be strategic partners with St Helens Chamber. This partnership has strengthened our ties with the St Helens business community and provides a wide range of energy and utility services to Chamber Members.

“The energy landscape is varied and complex and we are increasingly seeing businesses face a number of utility challenges. Through our partnership, Chamber Members get access to our specialist teams that are highly experienced in dealing with the energy spend demands of your business.”

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If you would like more information about becoming a Strategic Partner, please contact Rachel Wellens on