Utility Alliance Yorkshire join Sheffield Chamber as Premium Partners.

2nd April 2019

Utility Alliance Yorkshire is the Yorkshire presence of the successful Hartlepool based business energy experts.

Utility Alliance trade, monitor and use the latest technologies to save your business time and money. Utility Alliance are experts in business energy, they advise companies from micro sized SMEs to large high energy use businesses. They also help businesses to reduce their water costs, utilise new technologies to save money and supply EV charging solutions. Will Morgan, Account Manager at Sheffield Chamber presented Daniel Potter, Managing Director of Utility Alliance Yorkshire with their Premium Partner plaque to celebrate the start of their membership. Daniel said: -We're looking forward to working with Sheffield Chamber members over the coming year and hopefully we can support local businesses in reducing their overall energy costs. Utility Alliance's Yorkshire office opened in September 2017, to learn more about Utility Alliance or get in touch, visit their website: www.utility-alliance.com.

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