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Double award win for Co-operative Energy at the Energy and Environment Awards

Posted on 26 April 2013

TMA727Ethical energy provider, Co-operative Energy has added a further two accolades to its trophy cabinet after scooping both the Utility Supplier of the Year Award and Energy Supplier Customer Service Award at the prestigious Environment and Energy Awards. Co-operative Energy picked up the Utility Supplier of the Year Award, which recognises the company that has made significant contributions to the industry, after impressing judges with its values of offering consistently competitive prices, being the only energy supplier to reward its customers with a profit share and providing one, simple to understand tariff. In addition, it was recognised for its commitment to providing the best customer service by an energy supplier. Mandy Holford, Head of Operations at Co-operative Energy, commented:  “To be named utility supplier of the year is an outstanding achievement. We had a clear vision when we established Co-operative Energy two years ago and that was to give customers a fair and honest deal. By remaining true to our pledges we’ve won this award. “To be recognised for our customer service too is fantastic. We know this is one reason why we have such loyal customers. The awards are testament to my team’s dedicated work in meeting the needs of our customers every day.”

The winners were announced at the awards ceremony held at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham on Tuesday, 16th April.

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