D-ENERGi is a real alternative to the big six energy suppliers.
Incorporated in 2002 we have become one of the longest established and well respected UK independent businesses energy suppliers.
D-Energi is expanding its reach and workforce
As one of the UK’s leading business energy suppliers, D-Energi is expanding at such a rate that they will double the number of employees to 200 people within the next three years.
In addition, the firm has also received financial backing from HSBC worth £1.5 million to help this expansion and will become a leading player in helping businesses save money on their energy needs.
Founded in 2002, D-Energi specialises in supplying electricity and gas to the commercial market and they have grown to a turnover of more than £10 million a year by helping to deliver lower energy bills for their growing number of business clients.
The ambitious business energy supplier is now on target to reach a turnover figure of £11 million.
D-Energi will be diversifying into the UK water market
In addition to the firm diversifying successfully into the renewables sector, including solar PV panels and biomass, D-Energi will also be diversifying into the UK water market when the sector opens-up to competition next April.
There’s little doubt that D-Energi has the experience and enthusiasm to become a thriving and successful partner for those firms wanting to lower their water bills when there is freedom and competition to do so in 2017.
Since the firm’s inception they have built-up an impressive energy portfolio of more than 3,000 customers in the business energy market which covers hotels and care homes as well as manufacturers and schools.
D-Energi also says it is looking to double the size of its sales team to 60 people and to work more closely with energy consultants and brokers to help deliver their exceptional levels of service to a wider range of clients.
Successfully helping its clients meet their legislative energy obligations
The firm is also successfully helping its clients meet their legislative energy obligations and is also offering firms and organisations an opportunity to generate their own carbon-free heat and electricity by using biomass and solar panels.
Indeed, the energy and utility sector’s best-read media outlet covered D-Energi’s announcement that it is now the fourth energy supplier proposing to enter the UK’s water market with an enthusiastic article.
There is no doubt that D-Energi will continue its ambitious plans for growth by recruiting more people to help deliver what businesses around the UK are looking for when they want the very best energy deals on offer and to utilise the expertise of the UK’s leader in delivering lower business energy costs.