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The complete energy management consultancy

Monitoring, controlling and conserving energy and water use whilst keeping up to date with environmental compliance can be a time-consuming and often complicated task for any business. As an independent professional body, we take care of that process for a small fraction of the overall energy and water spend, enabling our clients to focus on what they do best.

Business Energy Consultants

Our highly-experienced team of engineers negotiate with suppliers to secure the most favourable energy and water contracts, in terms of price, length and the terms and conditions. In addition to our energy procurement skills, we provide a multitude of other services such as invoice validation, risk and budget management, change of tenancy, capacity allowance and smart meter management, legislation and compliance and technical advice.

In essence, our knowledge is your power.

  • Search once for all the major energy suppliers
  • Extended fixed pricing for up to 60 months
  • No sign up, no commitment required
  • Potentially saving your business £1,000s
  • Specialist Business Energy Consultants

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Restore Document Management are the largest UK-owned records management company, servicing 4,000 small, medium and blue-chip-sized companies from over 100 storage, scanning and shredding facilities the length and breadth of the UK.





Suppliers - Contact us

If you are a potential supplier to the Energy Management Choice Energy Framework, please make contact with us using the form below. Alternatively contact senior energy consultant Malcolm Barrington on 01225 867722 or email cef@energymanagementltd.com.

Closing date for supplier application - 20th December.

Choice Energy Framework – CEF

Energy Management is launching its unique, six-pronged Choice Energy Framework (CEF), to help reduce Public Sector energy expenditure.

Involving up to six energy suppliers, the framework allows public sector bodies to access the best energy solutions.

The six suppliers have been shortlisted on the basis of tariff competitiveness, billing accuracy, max/min volume threshold restrictions and terms and conditions.

Each supplier will be invited to offer contracts for a duration of 12, 24, 36 and 48 months, allowing for greater flexibility than is currently found in the marketplace.

The Choice Energy Framework is also compliant with the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) – the online home to all public sector contracts worth above £363,424 – thereby sparing all signed-up organisations from time-consuming red tape and admin fees that could amount to as much as £20,000.

Years of experience in public sector energy procurement has enabled Energy Management LLP to understand what clients want, explains Energy Management LLP’s senior energy consultant, Malcolm Barrington.

He said “Energy Management have been working closely with many councils and other public sector bodies to procure and manage their energy. We have seen how central purchasing centres procure a framework with just one energy supplier. How can this be a competitive way to buy energy?

“Energy Management’s “Choice Energy Framework” is new to the marketplace and really does provide choice and competition.

For public sector organisations with increasingly tight budgets, reducing their energy spend is a top priority. The Choice Energy Framework allows clients to do that.

For more information on the Choice Energy Framework, contact Malcolm Barrington on 01225-867722 or email cef@energymanagementltd.com.



Latest Energy Updates

Volkswagen (VW) Supermarket EV Chargers

December 9th, 2019

In late 2018 Tesco joined in partnership with VW which will see more than 2,400 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging bays across the Tesco stores by the end of 2021. These chargers provide free charging to all VW owners. VW have stated this week that more than 100 Tesco stores are now host to EV charging points. The chargers are to have been used more than 12,000 times in November which provided almost 600,000 kWh of energy to motorists. VW claims that this amount of energy is enough to provide 250,000 miles to an E-Golf. In order to make the stats more digestible for consumers, VW has created a calculator to show customer how many free miles they get when charging at Tesco’s.

Plans Have Been Submitted for Subsidy-Free Solar Farm At The Gloucester Army Barracks

December 6th, 2019

Swindon Borough Council have submitted plans to build a subsidy free solar farm at the Duke of Gloucester Barracks in Gloucestershire. The solar farm would generate enough renewable energy to power the equivalent of 350 homes a year. The farm will be made up of 5,200 solar panels on the 2.4-hectare site. The site will save 400 tonnes of carbon emissions a year. The Duke of Gloucester Barracks is currently home to the British Army, the army are attempting to green its estate in order to assist achieving the governments target of net-zero by 2050.

Red Bull Inputs New Technology In Company Cars

December 5th, 2019

The international drinks company Red Bull has installed air filtration devices into a fleet of new Skoda Scala cars. This is operating in central London in order to help protect people from pollution. this is due to new research finding that in car quality in the area can be up to 4 times more than recommended safety limits. The filtration system can remove up to 95% of harmful particulate matter and gases from inside the vehicle. This change has occurred after Red Bull’s procurement manager David Oliver stated, “we’ve become really aware and concerned about the air pollution crisis which is affecting cities across the UK”. He went on to say, “Our red bull musketeers spend a lot of time driving in cities and their health and well being are vitally important to us”. The research has found that the average concentration of NO2 that can be expected inside a car on the road in central London during work hours is 72 micrograms per cubic meter, these is 1.8 times the recommended amount.