Control Energy Costs Ltd
Liam Conway of Control Energy Costs Ltd (CEC) revisits Double R Glass & Roofing Systems Ltd to confirm the savings they achieved in reducing their energy costs with Managing Director Ian Sims.
Double R Glass & Roofing Systems Ltd based in Northamptonshire is a manufacturer of sealed units and conservatory roof kits with 2016 seeing investment in a brand new high speed IGU line.
Liam and Ian initially met in August 2016 following news that CEC had been working extensively with glass manufacturers across the UK. Liam remarked ‘We currently work with over 40 glass manufacturers; we have developed these relationships by sharing our success stories which validates why other similar companies should consider working with us’.
CEC undertook their initial audit and analysis for Double R Glass & Roofing Systems with Becky Camfield (CEC) being appointed as their analyst. Becky highlighted a number of opportunities to reduce costs as well as secure retrospective energy refunds too. Becky commented ‘It was great to be able to sit down with Ian after producing my report and show significant cost savings for them. One of our key strengths is looking at all of the cost areas which make up an invoice.’
CEC undertake an initial audit and analysis at no cost to the client, aiming to prove value against working with an energy broker that would claim a supplier commission. As CEC work on a share of savings basis, they are only paid based on results they achieve. This is something they have been doing successfully for the past 36 years.
Discussing the relationshipwith CEC Ian said ‘I’m delighted with the service from Liam and Becky, they offer a professional service, with great attention to detail. They have secured us significant savings and as such I would be happy to recommend them to anybody, particularly on the basis that they have nothing to lose and everything to gain’
In conclusion Liam suggested that whilst they work with a significant number of glass manufacturers there are still a good number who it would be worth speaking with. ‘We would be delighted to conduct a similar exercise to unearth further energy cost savings for the glass manufacturing sector. For those businesses who have been working with an energy broker it would pay dividend to invite us in for a chat.’