With a local heritage spanning over 80 years, Power NI is very aware of the unique challenges and finer subtleties of doing business in Northern Ireland.
After a decade of competition, it remains the largest electricity supplier to the local SME sector with over 30,000 small businesses making Power NI their number one choice. It’s also welcoming back more customers than ever before, with over 500 businesses switching back in the last year alone Power NI’s Business Sales and Marketing Manager Alan Egner explains how the local energy supplier is helping businesses through these tough times: “We know businesses are under pressure currently, with companies seeking to save money and make operations as efficient as possible. “Our recently launched cash-back contracts have proved a big hit with customers, giving savings on top of the usual tariff and direct debit discounts. Coupled with our newly reduced tariff rates, they have helped us tempt quite a few customers back from other suppliers. One such customer is Marty’s Convenience Store on Belfast’s Lisburn Road. Mr O’Brien was delighted to switch his business back to Power NI commenting: “I’d been with Power NI before, got great service and knew their way of doing things. When the opportunity arose it just made sense to choose the supplier who knows me and my business needs.” And customers aren’t just switching back to get better value and service with Power NI. It also offers a range of special energy saving deals and grants on selected equipment to help businesses cut costs and improve their bottom line. Alan concludes: “Customers tell us that they want a supplier they know and trust, who understands their needs and who can help them save money and energy. With more experience here than any other supplier, you can be sure that your business is in safe hands with Power NI.” For more details on saving energy and money in your business, visit www.powerni.co.uk/business.