|Taking the strain
out of powering our future
While educators are busy preparing our children
for the future, bursars and finance managers are busy making
sure classrooms are warm and that economically
viable power is flowing into the computers. Buying electricity
and gas has become a big, and complicated, part of what you do.
There has to be continuity of supply, contingency plans have
to be developed and proved, billing has to be straightforward
and predictable – it all has to work as you want it to
work, day in, day out. Yet, in today’s new and complex
energy markets, getting it right seems to take more time and
effort than ever before. Delegating responsibility to the
local authority can bring more problems than it solves.
Zenergi are here to take the effort and stress out of dealing
with your energy needs by giving you a single point of contact
and a practical source of answers and solutions. We’ve
even set up SPARC, a power purchasing consortium that gives you
great prices and a range of practical resources. Take a look
at our experience and what we offer, you’ll quickly see
how we can help make your life easier!
If you want to show the school business team, governors, or parents
what Zenergi can do for your school check out Zenergi
A charge introduced by the Government on
1 April 2001 on UK non-domestic fuel - the government's aim in
introducing the levy is to encourage businesses to use less energy,
and contribute to the reduction of Carbon Dioxide emissions.
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