September 28th, 2016

Secretary of state for climate change opens new Coventry office for energy firm

Secretary of state for climate change opens new Coventry office for energy firm Secretary of state for climate change opens new Coventry office for energy firm
Updated: 3:59 pm, Jul 05, 2016

AN INDEPENDENT energy supplier welcomed the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change to Coventry to open their new customer care centre.

First Utility, the UK’s leading challenger to the ‘big six’, announced it has quadrupled in size in the past four years – and Monday morning’s opening marked the creation of 170 new jobs in the city.

To mark the occasion, Amber Rudd MP opened First Utility’s new customer care centre in Coventry.

Latest industry data shows that 6.9 million customers have left the big six in the last four years, a quarter of these have chose to switch to First Utility since.

The company has helped save the UK £500 million in lower energy bills in the last eight years.

Today, at least one household on every street is served by First Utility, with a new customer joining every 90 seconds on average.

The Rt. Hon. Amber Rudd MP, said: “I am delighted to be here in Coventry to officially open First Utility’s new customer service facility.

“The company’s investment is great news for the city as a whole – the new centre has already created around 600 local jobs, meaning financial security for working people and their families – even more opportunities are likely to be generated.”

Ian McCaig, First Utility CEO, said: “I am immensely proud of First Utility’s growth and how we have been at the forefront of driving positive change in the energy industry.

“I am delighted we are able to celebrate our achievements with the Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change on her visit to our new service centre.

“My thanks go to the entire 1,500 strong First Utility team for their belief, passion and determination and to all our customers, who have helped us grow over a very short period of time.”

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