Auditel has helped Multiflight, one of its long-term clients, to fulfil its aim of becoming as green as possible by negotiating its electricity supply from 100 per cent renewable sources.
Miles Beecham, Multiflight’s Finance Director, said: “Muliflight is always looking at ways to be as green as possible and to do its bit for the environment and our new green electricity supply is the latest step towards this aim.”
Multiflight’s electricity supply was up for renewal in November last year, and Beecham consulted with cost management services franchise Auditel to find the best green supplier. Multiflight has been working with Auditel since 2002.
Phil Wilkes, Auditel franchise owner who worked with Multiflight, said: “We are delighted that we were able to find a supply which delivers electricity from 100 per cent renewable sources at a competitive cost for Multiflight. Green energy typically costs more to generate but it will represent a higher proportion of the UK’s overall energy production in the future, and it is great that Multiflight is doing its bit for the environment.”
Multiflight’s new green electricity supply comes from SmartestEnergy, a UK licensed business electricity supplier specialising in energy from renewable sources. Beecham added: “Multiflight is constantly looking at ways to do its bit for the environment and this move of electricity supplier demonstrates our ongoing commitment to our environmental policy.
“Auditel provides us with excellent cost management services and when we said we wanted a green supply they identified an option that not only provided a supply from 100 per cent renewable energy sources, but delivered that with no cost premium compared to ‘brown’ energy.”
Published: 16 April 2012
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