Tritility is now the proud energy partner to the club, helping them to reduce energy consumption, measure its environmental impact and make savings.
Tritility specialises in helping organisations take control of their utilities, securing the right contracts on gas, electricity and water. The consultancy also provides ongoing advice and energy management software to help clients track their consumption and carbon use.
In addition to helping St Albans RFC cut cost and reduce its usage, Tritility hopes to work with the club’s commercial partners, helping them to do the same.
“We hope our partnership will have a positive impact not only for the club itself, but for the wider community,” said Matthew Paxton, Energy Consultant at Tritility.
“Many businesses and community organisations are unaware of substantial annual savings they could be making by reviewing their energy contracts and usage. And in addition to the financial savings, we hope to help St. Albans RFC and their partners reduce their carbon footprint, which is one of our key aims as a business.”
Though Tritility has teamed up with sports clubs in the past, St Albans is the first rugby club to form such a partnership with them.
“We’re proud to be working with such a fantastic team, from their prowess on the pitch to the fantastic work they do within their community,” said Matthew Paxton. “Here’s to a fruitful and lasting relationship!”
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