Utilita are an energy company committed to supporting the local community, charities and small to medium locally owned businesses. They have recently opened their Energy Hub in 3D Astle Park, West Bromwich, B70 8NS. Why not pop in to see them Monday to Saturday between 9am till 5.30pm to find out more about them and what they are up to here in West Bromwich.
They are keen to get involved with and help local charities, community and voluntary groups out. They are also able to host energy efficiency workshops within the hub, in their ‘community room’, which is free for community use and community minded activities.
So what have Utilita done since moving into West Bromwich:
- They have raised over £2,700 for Options for Life a local Charity supporting people with a learning disability and/or autism, where they took part in the Hub2Hub challenge (cycle, walk or run a total of 516 miles).
- They’ve volunteered with Tipton Litter Watch helping to keep clean the streets of Tipton.
- They are currently in talks with the local West Bromwich Basketball team to see how they can support them financially and create a partnership.
- A drop off and collection point for Salma Food Bank food donations, a patron of the Princes Trust.
Utilita have come to West Bromwich to connect and engage with new and existing customers to discuss their energy bills and how they can potentially save you money, receive expert energy advice and look at the possibility of switching energy providers by receiving an energy quote for those looking to change their energy supplier to Utilita.
Why not pop in to see them have a friendly chat and a cuppa to find out how they may be able to help you or your community organisation.