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Reduce Club Energy Costs with Focus Group

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It’s a challenging time for businesses at the moment, not least with the rising cost of energy bills and energy consumption is of particular relevance to snooker clubs, given the desire for warm playing conditions and optimal table lighting.

Indeed, Sport England recently released new guidance  for sports organisations looking to improve their energy efficiency and reduce their running costs.

Earlier this year EPSB teamed with Focus Group to support clubs to assess their energy costs. The company can do the work for clubs in trying to identify the right options and tariffs.

Focus Group is one of the UK’s leading independent providers of business energy. Using its unique market position, the company can compare packages and handle the switch, creating instant savings.

One such club to get in touch with Focus Group was Sams Snooker & Pool in Hartlepool. Tracy McAllister who runs the club has been thrilled with the result, commenting:

“It was straight forward!  Focus Group asked for a bill so that they could see our usage and get us some prices.  They showed us our options on variable and fixed rates over different numbers of years.

“In the current climate we were not expecting to make a saving – and while the fix we went for was a small increase to our current bill, it will actually be lower than the increases when they come next year.

“This has given us peace of mind, knowing what we will be paying and not worrying about the energy market.”

Focus Group is also a front-runner for business technology, with additional expertise to provide a snooker club’s entire telecoms, IT and connectivity services.

The company offers bespoke discounts on broadband and call packages for members of the 147 Club.

For an assessment of your energy bills and telecommunications, or to find out more, please email Focus Group’s Energy Channel Manager Ben at or give him a call on 01273 964 457.

Learn more about the EPSB’s 147 Club supply partners.