Swindon Town FC are delighted to announce Troo as our Official Energy Partner to the club.
Troo will be supporting the club on improving energy efficiency and delivery across the stadium operations and the club is looking forward to developing the overall energy strategy.
As part of the deal, it will see Troo branding adorn the tunnel walk at The County Ground.
Danny Lee, Head of Commercial at Swindon Town Football Club, spoke on the new partnership: "We are extremely delighted to be working with Troo as they help us improve our energy usage and to develop a longer-term strategy to make us as efficient and environmentally friendly as possible.
"These areas are essential for the club to continue our drive towards being a sustainable business model. We look forward to working with the team at Troo over the coming seasons."
Troo are a business energy service that works on a fully disclosed basis. Troo believe energy is a service, not a commodity, so provide a dedicated support team to deal with all your energy needs, from billing queries to energy savings advice.
They are energy experts, helping businesses save money, time and hassle renewing business energy contracts. They find businesses competitive prices from the very best energy suppliers and provide all of their clients with significant business energy management through troo Assure.
Troo Assure provides everything from bill checking and analysis, to cost recovery help (including VAT and CCL overpayments), new meter and supplier liaison, energy efficiency advice, KVA analysis and compliance advice.
Jacob Ramsey, Business Development Manager from Troo, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Swindon Town FC. We look forward to supporting the club commercially, alongside investing our time in ensuring the club is running as efficiently as possible and further assist the club reach their sustainability goals.
"We will also be working closely with the club on various community programmes and very excited to not only assist STFC with their energy strategy, but also other businesses associated with the club."