Nottingham-based Yü Group has won the contract to supply energy to Trent Bridge, home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket.
The three-year deal also includes provisions for renewable energy solutions and other energy related initiatives.
“Our partnership will allow Trent Bridge to benefit from our offering, with the convenience of bringing together the gas, electricity and water supply all in one place,” said CEO Bobby Kalar. “We believe this is just the start of an exciting long-term partnership.”
Last month the business utility provider posted a 57% year-on-year profit increase for the six months to 30 June. Revenue increased 73%.
In August Yü announced it had hired former Engie Energy Solutions chief executive Paul Rawson as chief financial officer to help drive aggressive growth targets.
It plans to target more large corporate customers.
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