Pioneering Fairerpower energy scheme looks for new supplier partners

Pioneering Fairerpower energy scheme looks for new supplier partners

The Fairerpower energy scheme was established by Cheshire East Council and is now looking for new partners to tender for its existing and additional energy market sectors.

Since its launch in 2014, Fairerpower has sought to reduce fuel poverty by offering competitive prices with high levels of customer care; and has attracted nearly 9,000 customers to date and helped households save over £2m.

The scheme was also recently rolled out in Lancashire in a partnership with Preston City Council. Since summer 2017, Fairerpower has been managed by the Council’s arms length Skills and Growth Company. See more at

Fairerpower is now seeking suppliers to establish new partnerships across a number of other energy sectors including properties owned by social landlords, new property developments, liquid petroleum gas (LPG), bulk heating oil, biomass and business users.

Julian Cobley, Managing Director of the Skills & Growth Company said: “Since its launch Fairerpower has gone from strength to strength, we are looking to take the brand to the next stage with a wider energy offering, and are seeking suitably ambitious partners to help us offer our unique approach to even more markets and customers.”

Potential suppliers are invited to a briefing event on 7th March at 2pm in Sandbach to learn more about the opportunities and tender process. To find out more and register interest please contact Sophie Thorley:

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