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Press Releases from Haven Power (4 total)

Haven’s Consultant Event Covers Key Industry Topics

Haven Power’s recent consultant events provided the perfect opportunity for energy consultants to hear about the business electricity supplier’s growth over the past year, its future plans and the impact of third-party costs and taxes. With one held at Drax, North Yorkshire, and the other in Ipswich at Kesgrave Hall, both events proved to be popular with consultants around the country. As well as highlighting Haven’s success in the latest

Haven’s Renewable Option Wins Over Manchester Airports Group

Business electricity supplier Haven Power is playing a key role in helping Manchester Airports Group (MAG) reach its environmental targets, having been chosen to supply power from a 100 percent renewable source to its sites. The contract to provide electricity to Manchester, East Midlands, Humberside and Bournemouth airports makes MAG one of Haven’s largest customers. Haven was selected thanks to its capability to offer customers power generated from biomass, at no

Haven Boosts Ipswich Job Market With Finalised Office Expansion

Ipswich-based business electricity supplier Haven Power is set to continue its expansion with the opening of its new office extension. The 10,000 sq ft extension on Ransomes Europark doubles the company’s office space and has been completed on-time and within budget by Ipswich-based main contractors, SEH French and Jackson Civil Engineering working with Woodbridge-based joint developers Maro Developments and The Land Group. EWS Chartered Surveyors handled the lease negotiations on Haven’s

HAVEN ADVISES BUSINESSES TO ACT AFTER ELECTRICITY POLICY REFORMS

Managing and reducing carbon emissions was a key topic at this year’s Energy Event, and one speaker, chief executive of Haven Power Peter Bennell, urged businesses to ensure their own energy strategies were in line with environmental targets. Now more topical than ever, renewable energy is of great interest to businesses, who are under increasing pressure to reduce their carbon output – but are they responding to these pressures? Peter highlighted