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18 May

D-ENERGi team donates £1,000 to it’s local Manchester Central Foodbank

by Jordan Garnett
A local energy supplier, D-ENERGi has donated £1,000 to Manchester Central foodbank. Since the start of the pandemic, the foodbank has seen in an increase by 227% compared to April 2019. Away from the stockpiling hordes, food bank workers are toiling tirelessly to make sure that no one goes hungry during the virus outbreak. Lauren Tunnicliffe project manager for the foodbank stated “Thanks to the generosity of our donors and volunteers, we have been able to stay open during this crisis. But this isn’t the end of the story; once the immediate health risk has passed, we will be heading towards an economic crisis with an increase in unemployment and lowered incomes. A decade of austerity has weakened the safety net that is meant to protect us all in this kind of emergency. Donations like this one from D-ENERGi will help us to continue to provide for people affected by the long term impacts this pandemic will have, but the government needs to do more. Across the Trussell Trust network we are calling on the government to ensure that everyone can afford to access the basics.” Director Zico Ahmed said “D-ENERGi is delighted to help and would like to thank everyone at Manchester Central Foodbank for their essential community service. We will be looking to make Manchester Central foodbank one of our key charities to support over the next few months. In these challenging and difficult times, we would also encourage other businesses throughout the country to support their local food banks if they possibly can. Currently, the food bank is in need of: • Long life cartons: milk – whole or semi-skimmed, fruit juice. • Tinned: spaghetti, custard, rice pudding, fruit, vegetables, baked beans, pulses, meat, fish, tomatoes, soup. • Jars: spread (jam, peanut butter, marmite etc.) and pasta sauce. • Packets: soup, noodles, dried pasta, pulses and rice (500g or smaller), biscuits. • Breakfast cereal or porridge oats (500g packets or smaller). • Teabags. People who wish to donate food to Manchester Central Foodbank can do so by contacting the food bank helpline (07928 412339) between 9am-12pm. If you wish to make a cash donation please visit their website at
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31 Jan

The Impact of Brexit on Business

by Simon Thompson
D-ENERGi are delighted to announce that we have been recognised as finalists not for one but for two separate categories for this year’s UK Business Awards. D-ENERGi have made it through the stiff competition to make it as finalists within the utilities category and also team of the year. Zico Ahmed director of D-ENERGi stated “we are delighted to have been recognised for all the teams’ hard work  over the last 12 months and look forward to the presentation evening which will be held in Wembley, this should be a fun night for the team” to find out more on the UK Business Awards please follow this link UK Business Awards
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30 Nov

D-ENERGi are a finalist in two separate categories at GMB Awards!

D-ENERGi are delighted to announce that we have made it through as a finalist for two separate categories, at the Greater Manchester Business Awards. Categories include Business Of The Year And Customer Service Excellence Award.  The Awards Dinner itself will be held at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel Manchester, one of Manchester’s finest City Centre Hotels on the 9th February 2018. Zico Ahmed D-ENERGi Director stated “ We are delighted not to be shortlisted once, but twice. This shows that as a business we are going in the right direction. It’s fantastic to get some external recognition for the team’s dedication and hard work, and to be shortlisted twice for two separate prestigious awards at the GMBA is a great achievement by itself.” The D-ENERGi team looks forward to what should be a great night and meeting the cream of the region’s top business’s. We are so proud…so watch this space! More information on the GMB Awards can be found by clicking here!
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