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MEUC keeps subscriber members up to speed in these fast moving markets. They also have access to specialist advice as they need it.
Regular contact with Ministers, regulators, suppliers and our member organisations places the MEUC centrally within these markets and allows us to report and offer advice on issues as they arise. The information is provided to Members through four principal channels:
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For over twenty years medium size and larger organisations have come together through the MEUC to ensure they are buying their utilities cost effectively and managing their use intelligently to avoid unnecessary waste.
One of the most valuable services that the MEUC provides for members is to save them time and money in solving disputes with suppliers. Arguments over bills can go on for a long time and involve expensive legal action. New contracts can be difficult to negotiate. One MEUC member was forced to close down because of flooding until MEUC involved the suppliers CEO. If you have a complicated problem contact Andrew Bainbridge email@example.com. If he doesn’t know the answer, he’ll know someone who does.
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ENERGY SOLUTIONS IN ACTION – free event
Andrew Bainbridge is to appear on a discussion panel at ‘Energy Solutions in Action’ a free ESTA event aimed at giving advice and energy saving tips. The half-day event will be on 16th May at Royal Windsor Race Course and will feature two ‘Question time’ style panel debates on energy management and using technology to reduce energy use. There will also be an exhibition. Full details of the event, which includes the opportunity to network over a free lunch, can be found at www.esta.org.uk/ESIA Note, there will also be another event in the series at Gloucester Rugby Club on 14th May.
OFFSETTING FUTURE ENERGY COST INCREASES
REDUCING ENERGY CONSUMPTION
Learn the management techniques needed for a successful energy reduction programme, necessary to offset rising electricity and gas prices which lie at the heart of the move to a low carbon economy over the next several years.
London South Bank University - Tuesday 26th February 2013
Manchester University - Wednesday 27th February 2013
Kodak delighted with MEUC service, “The MEUC gave valuable support during a recent negotiation with a supplier.”
Andrew Buckley, Director General of the MEUC, represented members’ views at the recent Business Energy Forum with Government officials from DECC and BIS.
Andrew Bainbridge, Chairman of the MEUC, has communicated members’ issues regarding water supplies and waste water management to the Government Select Committee.
Welcome to the newest MEUC members, RES, William Hill and Belfast Harbour Authority