In July 2013, STC were commissioned to provide an Energy Bureau Service for Birmingham City Council. Their objective was to develop a sophisticated energy management programme that would support BCC in reducing energy costs and managing bills.
STC Energy offered to undertake an audit of historic utility billing and an analysis of the energy consumption at the site. Copies of energy contracts and historic invoices were requested from their utility suppliers going back as far as possible.
Superdrug has been actively reducing energy consumption since 2010 and has delivered considerable reductions over this period. One of the main motivations for success was the estate wide roll out of smart metering and the use of the half-hourly data to monitor energy consumption and deliver specific energy saving initiatives.
Hanover Housing needed a cost effective energy contract and a hands on bureau service that could reduce estimated bills and ultimately decrease service charges for residents. Hanover appointed STC Energy in December 2012.
Like many housing associations, Methodist Homes were seeking new ways to save money on energy and provide value to their residents. STC helped them recover £127,000 worth of bureau savings in 11 months.