Belfast Telegraph

Top marks for Power NI

Commercial Feature

With over 80 years experience powering local businesses, Power NI, Northern Ireland’s leading electricity supplier, knows a thing or two about doing business here.

Even after a decade of competition, 30,000 small businesses still make Power NI their number one choice. And now, thanks to recent changes in the market, the local electricity supplier is ‘back in the game’ offering larger users tailor-made packages that are even more competitive than before.

Alan Egner, Power NI Business Sales and Marketing Manager explains: “Over 500 customers have switched back to Power NI in the last year and our recently launched cash-back contracts for larger users have proved a big hit with customers, giving savings on top of the usual tariff and direct debit discounts.

“Coupled with our newly reduced tariff rates, they have helped us to win several big contracts recently including deals with Belfast Metropolitan College, Premier Inn, Andor Technology and Omniplex Cinemas.”

Peter Kane, Estates and Facilities Manager at Belfast Met explains why they chose Power NI: “Power NI supply seven of our campuses here with green energy, including our new state of the art Titanic Quarter campus. This means we make significant savings and reduce our carbon emissions. And our relationship goes way beyond that. We’ve built a powerful partnership with Power NI, spearheading energy saving initiatives with staff and students.”

And it’s not just larger users that can enjoy big benefits with Power NI: “Smaller businesses can get guaranteed savings with our Weekender and Nightsaver tariffs. We also offer special energy saving deals and grants on selected equipment to help businesses cut costs and improve their bottom line.

Alan concludes: “Customers tell us that they want a supplier they know and trust, who understands their business and who can help them save money and energy. With more experience here than any other supplier, you can be sure that your business is in safe hands with Power NI.”

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