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Co-operative Energy in final for UK environment awards

Posted on 7 February 2013

Ethical energy supplier Co-operative Energy has been shortlisted for two categories in this year’s Environment and Energy Awards.

A finalist in both the Utility Supplier of the Year and Energy Supplier Customer Service categories, the nominations recognises Co-operative Energy’s commitment to offering a competitively priced tariff and a keen focus on customer service.  The first category recognises the company that has made a significant contribution to the industry and the second recognises how suppliers provide for their customers’ needs.

Last November Co-operative Energy was the only supplier to reduce its electricity prices ahead of the winter months. This fulfilled Co-operative Energy’s pledge to provide its customers with consistently competitive prices and to pass on savings in wholesale energy prices.

Mandy Holford, Head of Operations at Co-operative Energy, commented:  “We’re committed to offering our customers the best service and a fair and honest deal so it’s great that our hard work has been recognised and we’ve been shortlisted in two categories.

“We’re keeping our fingers crossed that we’ll be triumphant on the night.”

The winners will be announced at an event which will be held at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham on Tuesday, 16th April.

 

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