Community Impact Bucks has partnered with Utility Aid to help Buckinghamshire’s community buildings save on existing energy tariffs.
Aimed primarily at our village and community hall subscribers, this offer is also available to other premises owned or managed by charities or not-for-profit organisations in Buckinghamshire.
Utility Aid is the UK’s leading energy broker for the charity and not-for-profit sector and we are working with them to help the county’s community buildings access their services. As well as helping to secure new contracts at the lowest possible cost, Utility Aid can also help with supplier problems, inaccurate bills, advising on renewable energy options and the journey to ‘Net Zero’.
Another service offered by Utility Aid is the free Invoice Validation Service which could recoup hundreds of pounds from past bills if the team find an organisation has overpaid. Over £4.7 million has been recouped for customers already.
As part of offer, Utility Aid will carry out a desktop audit for Community Impact Bucks contacts to identify any discrepancies on invoices, including:
- Consumption fluctuations
- Inaccurate billing
- Incorrect VAT
- Incorrect tariff
- General anomalies
For more information on how Utility Aid can help, visit Community Impact Buck’s page on the Utility Aid website, call 0808 1788 170 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Using Utility Aid will not only help your building with energy bills but you will also be supporting Community Impact Bucks. We receive a commission each time an organisation enters an energy contract, which helps fund our work. Use the Community Impact Bucks referral link to request a free bill audit for your hall or simply mention us when you contact Utility Aid.
- Find out more about working with Utility Aid at our free webinar on ‘how to manage rising energy costs’ on 27 April 11:30am -12:30pm
- Read the Utility Aid Blog which has the latest energy updates
- Watch Utility Aid’s short video explaining the process and how the team can help
- Check Utility Aid’s Trust Pilot score and reviews: https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/utility-aid.co.uk
- There is no obligation to use Utility Aid. There are over 70 energy brokers in the UK; it is important to find an energy broker that suits your needs and offers the services you require. Find a list of energy brokers: https://ukbusinessenergy.co.uk/energy-brokers-consultancy/