SmartestEnergy introduces its new business supply structure broadening its market reach
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SmartestEnergy’s market reach extends to small and medium-sized enterprises with the rebrand of Dual Energy to SmartestEnergy Business.

Next generation energy company, SmartestEnergy has today announced its official rebrand of Dual Energy, a Sussex-based energy supplier acquired in December 2019, to complement its award-winning Industrial and Commercial (I&C) electricity supply business.

The rebrand sees Dual Energy’s registered company name change to SmartestEnergy Business Limited and represent SmartestEnergy’s Business Division. This division is responsible for energy supply to small and medium-sized enterprises across the UK.

"Our Business Division, in combination with our existing supply business – now known as our Industrial and Commercial Division – are aligned in their customer first approach and efforts to drive a smarter transition to a net-zero carbon economy. After a turbulent start to the year for UK companies impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, we believe it’s more important than ever to be there for our customers and support them in these challenging times, while also helping them look to the future for opportunities to reduce, green and balance their energy consumption,” said Robert Groves, CEO, SmartestEnergy.

SmartestEnergy’s Business Division (formerly Dual Energy) is focused on delivering stand-out customer service to smaller businesses, laying the foundations for their transition to net-zero. It will continue to offer competitive pricing for both electricity and gas, while also helping businesses transition to smart meters to improve the quality and efficiency of their business energy supply contracts.

Ben Giddings, Managing Director of SmartestEnergy’s Business Division, said, “As a part of the SmartestEnergy family, we’re proud to inform all our existing customers and partners of the rebrand to SmartestEnergy Business. We’re committed to realising our growth ambition serving small businesses, working closely with our partners to scale up our plans and deliver next generation energy company products and services.”

The Business Division continues to operate from Worthing in Sussex, with employees back at the office following the coronavirus lockdown and maintaining social distancing measures. Customers are unaffected by the change.