The administrators for Together Energy are Paul Cooper and Steve Stenhouse of KPMG LLP.
If you’re an administrator for Together Energy, you know that the company is always looking for ways to improve efficiency and customer service. In this blog post, we’ll look at some of the recent changes that have been made to the company’s operations in order to achieve these goals.
One of the most significant changes has been the introduction of a new customer management system.
This system is designed to streamline the process of handling customer enquiries and requests. It’s already making a big difference to how quickly and efficiently our team can deal with customers. We’ve also made some changes to our internal processes, such as introducing a new online booking system for appointments.
This means that customers can book their own appointments without having to speak to someone on the phone. We’re confident that these kinds of improvements will make it even easier for our customers to do business with us.
Ofgem Together Energy
The UK’s energy regulator, Ofgem, has called on suppliers to work together to improve the way they deal with customers in debt.
This follows an investigation which found that some suppliers were using “aggressive and misleading” tactics to try and recover money from customers who had fallen behind on their bills.
Ofgem is now asking all suppliers to sign up to a new set of standards which includes giving customers clear information about their options, treating them fairly, and only taking action as a last resort.
This is a welcome move from Ofgem, and one that should help to protect vulnerable customers from being taken advantage of by energy companies. However, it’s important to remember that if you are in debt to your energy supplier, you should still seek professional advice so that you can find the best solution for your individual circumstances.
What is Happening With Together Energy?
According to industry experts, Together Energy is in the midst of a rapid expansion. The company has been on an acquisition spree, purchasing several smaller energy suppliers. This has helped them to increase their customer base and expand their operations.
They are also said to be investing heavily in new technology, which will help them to better serve their customers and keep up with the competition. All of this expansion is good news for consumers, as it means that Together Energy is becoming a major player in the energy market.
Have Bristol Energy Gone Bust?
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Bristol Energy. Bristol Energy was a small, independent energy company based in the UK. Founded in 2013, the company supplied gas and electricity to around 50,000 homes and businesses across the country.
The company had been facing difficulties for some time, and despite our best efforts, we were unable to find a buyer for the business. As a result, Bristol Energy has gone into administration and will cease trading immediately. All customers will be transferred to another supplier as part of Ofgem’s Default Supplier Switching process.
If you are a Bristol Energy customer, you do not need to take any action – your new supplier will be in touch with you soon. We would like to thank all of our employees for their hard work and dedication over the years, and our customers for their loyalty.
Who Owns Bristol Energy?
Bristol Energy is a gas and electricity supplier in the United Kingdom, providing energy to residential and business customers. The company is owned by Centrica plc, one of the largest energy suppliers in the UK. Bristol Energy was founded in 2013 and originally supplied only natural gas.
In 2015, the company expanded its offering to include electricity. Bristol Energy is headquartered in Bristol, England. As of 2016, Centrica owned 70% of Bristol Energy and planned to increase its stake to 100%.
However, this plan was put on hold after the UK government introduced new rules that limited energy price increases. Centrica is a multinational energy and services company with operations in Europe, North America, Asia and Africa. The company supplies gas and electricity to over 19 million customers across the globe.
In addition to its ownership of Bristol Energy, Centrica also owns British Gas, one of the largest energy suppliers in the UK.
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Administrators for Together Energy say that the company is committed to providing affordable, clean energy to its customers. They add that they are constantly working to improve their service and offerings and that they are always looking for ways to make things better for their customers. Finally, they invite customers to contact them if they have any questions or concerns.