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Clubs can save thousands with Spectrum Energy & Miller Sports

Thu 30th Oct 2014 | Money & Finance

Football clubs will be able to avoid spiralling energy bills this winter after Miller Sports Consultancy linked up with Spectrum Energy Systems, a specialist in supplying and installing solar panels and wind turbines.

Spectrum Energy has appointed Miller Sports to distribute its eco-friendly solutions to UK clubs who will be able to make potential savings of thousands of pounds on their energy tariffs without spending a penny up front.

Spectrum Energy is offering to install solar PV arrays and wind turbines for free at stadia, facilities or plots of land owned by clubs, with the clubs then benefiting from massively reduced energy costs.

Alternatively, if a club has the up-front capital to invest in the environmentally-friendly solutions, it can open up a new long-term revenue stream.

“We all know how expensive energy bills can be, particularly when it gets to this time of the year,” Laura Miller, the managing director of Miller Sports and former head of commercial at Doncaster Rovers, said.

“Spectrum Energy’s service is simply win-win, and we look forward to speaking to clubs across the country who want to improve their financial outlook whilst boosting their ‘green’ credentials by reducing their Co2 emissions.

“However, clubs really need to act quickly to receive the full benefits, so they should get in touch with us as soon as possible.”

Spectrum Energy director Paul Scholey added: “When you generate your own energy you are managing your costs.

“By harnessing renewable energy, you can drastically reduce your energy costs and even recoup expenses by selling on excess power that has been generated.

“Our ‘power-purchase’ offer enables us to install systems for free, and using the energy generated can halve the cost of that energy used.

“However, if a club has the capital to invest, it can make sense to do so as it will open up a significant new long-term source of income that is guaranteed and index-linked for 20 years.”

Additional information:

Contact: For more information, please contact Miller Sports Consultancy by emailing info@millersportsconsultancy.co.uk or call 01482 644414.

Posted by: Kev Howland 

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