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21 August 2018 at 1:50 pm

The Energy Check and Lincoln Drill Hall to Fine Tune New Partnership

Article Author:
Edward Dixon

Energy saving experts The Energy Check are set to become Lincoln Drill Hall’s official energy partner.

The Energy Check and Lincoln Drill Hall will work hand in hand to look at the venue’s energy strategy. The firm is set to make recommendations to reduce energy consumption and provide the building with renewable solutions to help it become more sustainable and energy efficient, focusing heavily on a solar PV project.

Chris Kirwood, Chief Executive Officer at Lincoln Drill Hall said:

“Lincoln Drill Hall is always looking for new opportunities to ensure that we continue to offer our unique mixture of performance and participation to communities across Lincoln. We’re delighted to be partnering with The Energy Check to identify ways in which we can become more energy efficient, hopefully realising savings that we’ll re-invest in the work we do to change people’s lives across the city.”


Ryan Callaghan, Corporate Partnership Manager at The Energy Check added:

“We’re delighted to be partnering with Lincoln Drill Hall through our corporate partnership programme, which also focuses on getting involved with the local communities. This is a great opportunity for both Lincoln Drill Hall and us to promote our partnership through monthly competitions we will be running for homes and businesses across the region.”

The Energy Check is one of the UK’s leading energy consultancies based in the North East with offices in Birmingham, also trading in the Netherlands and Jamaica. The firm, which was established in 2014, provides market expertise to thousands of businesses and customers to help them reduce their energy costs and carbon emissions. With a combined experience of over 40 years, The Energy Check is also involved on finding tailored renewable and energy efficient solutions for businesses of all sizes such as LED lighting, solar PV, biomass, commercial battery storage, electric vehicle charging points and more.


For further information please contact: Camille Seoane, PR & Marketing Assistant at The Energy Check

E-mail: Camille.Seoane@theenergycheck.co.uk

Telephone: 0191 691 2004