The Energy Check Confirmed As QPR’s Official Energy Partner
Queens Park Rangers Football Club has announced a three year deal with The Energy Check to become its official new energy partner.
The agreement will see the independent energy consultancy’s logo feature on multiple assets across the club.
As the club’s official energy partner, The Energy Check will also play an active role in supporting the club to manage its energy consumption and identify energy-saving opportunities at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Euan Inglis, QPR’s Commercial Director, said: “We are delighted to welcome The Energy Check on board this season and a further two beyond this. The partnership will not only present The Energy Check the opportunity to utilise the club’s assets to promote their services to our fanbase and beyond, but will give the club the guidance to better manage its energy consumption over the coming seasons, as we strive to make all of our sites more energy efficient.
“With The Energy Check having an impressive track record in working with event venues, we decided after a detailed process that The Energy Check were the stand out operator for QPR to align itself with.”
The Energy Check has rich history of working with clubs of all sizes across the football community, helping save league clubs £1.6m and lower harmful CO2 emissions in the last 12 months alone.
Marcus Mellor, Corporate Partnership Manager for The Energy Check, added: “We are delighted to be partnering with QPR as their Official Energy Partner. At The Energy Check our mission is to help our partners reduce energy costs, consumption and emissions using our expertise in utility brokerage, consultancy, and renewable technologies.
“We already have an ESOS Audit arranged with one of our engineers and I look forwards to seeing the savings that are identified and working with the club over the coming seasons to achieve our mutual goals.”
As well as aiding with the commercial business requirements of the club, The Energy Check will also be extending their offering to those fans who may want to reduce their energy bills at home. By using their whole-of-market comparison and switching website, supporters of the club will be able to achieve some fantastic savings on their gas and electricity bills.