Congratulations and a warm welcome to Beond Group, who have now been confirmed as APSE Energy Partners.
Through this partnership, APSE hopes to ensure local councils are able to take advantage of Beond’s unique energy procurement software and tendering services to ensure more transparency, choice and savings.
Beond will be attending this year’s APSE Energy Summit in March where they will be presenting a risk free and compliant method to ensure your council is getting value from your energy provider. Their workshop will aim to show energy and procurement managers:
Beond’s innovative approach to public sector procurement has allowed them to win several industry awards and their approach is proven to create significant savings and efficiency gains against traditional energy consortium offers.
Speaking about our new Energy Partner, Head of APSE Energy Phil Brennan said that, “As a highly experienced market leader in energy tendering and risk management, Beond will be a huge asset to our local authority members, particularly those who are responsible for energy procurement.”
As Energy Partners, Beond will appear at events and will be sharing their technological and industry expertise at a range of advisory groups and other meetings.
“Beond are a terrific addition to our community and we look forward to their contribution as they help to drive excellence in local authority services”.
Mike Chan, Beond’s Sales Director “Delivering energy savings is an increasingly challenging prospect, so we are really excited by the opportunity to help more councils across the UK find a fresh approach to energy cost reduction. We look forward to meeting key players within local government and showing them the value we can offer as an alternative energy tendering provider.”
Beond Group will be presented with their APSE Energy Partner certificate at The Big Energy Summit in Warwick on 14 / 15 March 2019.
Interested in attending the Seminar? Then click here.
For more on Beond Group, please visit https://beondgroup.com/our-services/public-sector/