An award-winning energy consultancy has helped SMEs save more than £2 million on their energy bills in the last year.

The Green Energy Advice Bureau, based in South Shields, work closely with businesses across the region and beyond, offering a range of services including traditional and green energy procurement which helps businesses save money.

Working with businesses from a range of industries and sectors including charity, education and hospitality, The Green Energy Advice Bureau help organisations evaluate and understand their energy usage and expenditure in detail before creating procurement and sustainability proposals which are suited to the business.

Commenting on the milestone achievement, Paul Cobb, Managing Director, said: “The Green Energy Advice Bureau was founded back in 2015 with the aim of providing UK businesses with the highest quality energy and sustainability services. We work on the core values of honesty, simplicity and loyalty to provide the best service possible for our clients.

“Knowing that we have helped small to medium sized businesses across the region and beyond save more than £2 million is testament to the knowledge and approach of our energy procurement experts.”

Established in 2015, the company is a regional success story now employing 26 staff at its head office in South Shields with a further 22 staff working out of its Liverpool office which opened in 2017. The company also has offices in Spain (Mallorca) and Serbia and operates across the UK and Europe.

The business is committed to providing a high quality service. Dedicated to excellence, the organisation is a member of Utilities Intermediaries Association (UIA), a voluntary Trade Association for brokers facilitating energy contracts between suppliers and consumers.

Based in One Trinity Green in South Shields, one of the few buildings in the UK to receive the BREEAM outstanding rate, The Green Energy Advice Bureau is dedicated to offering excellent customer service and competitive prices.

For more information about The Green Energy Advice Bureau, visit http://www.greenpoweradvice.co.uk/