Published: 8th Sep 2020

Bristol City Council has announced it has sold Bristol Energy’s domestic customers and brand to Together Energy for £14m. The sale will see the company acquiring 155,000 residential meter points plus the Bristol Energy brand and systems. Last month, the council sold the business customer side of Bristol Energy to Yü Energy for £1.34m. The local authority agreed to sell the company in June, after the current mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees admitted it had faced unprecedented challenges since being established by his predecessor. Together Energy prides itself on its social impact employing more than 90% of its staff from Scotland’s most deprived areas. During negotiations, Together Energy committed to guaranteeing the jobs of 110 frontline workers who will now TUPE into the company and remain in Bristol. Warrington Borough Council holds a 50% stake in the company. Last week, Nottingham City Council sold the customers of Robin Hood Energy to British … (To read the full article, subscribe below)