PFP Energy will be working with DIB over the next twelve months to raise awareness of its product range and are looking to work with Housing Associations and local authorities to provide their tenants with a unique service.
DIB chief executive Frank McKenna explained:
“As PFP is a not-for-profit company, it is a business that reinvests its money in the communities where it works, and it has a culture and an ethos that is very different to other energy providers. We are looking forward to working with the PFP team over the next year or so.”
The Chief Operations Officer for PFP, Jo Gilbert added:
“At PFP Energy we pride ourselves on providing service you can trust, at fair prices whilst doing some good for people and the planet. We believe that everyone is entitled to a warm powered home, and are given the options and tools to live a sustainable life. Our products and services are designed to do just that; delivering renewable energy, tariff choices that meet evolving customer needs and the ability to control your energy usage (or even generate your own!).
“We are delighted to have become a DIB partner and we know that we are working with one of the most effective business organisations in the UK who will undoubtedly help us get to our target markets.”
PFP Energy join a list of impressive DIB Corporate partners for 2021 that includes Brock Carmichael, Bruntwood, Laing O Rourke, Morgan Sindall, Project 4, and OBI