Top Ten Energy Tips For Schools – Tip 1


Schools often don’t know how much extra they are paying on their utility bills. In fact, many don’t have the time to proactively check the a complex market before signing their next energy contract, and so simply allow existing energy contract to roll-over. As a result, many schools end up paying over the odds when […]

Why the Co-operative model works for Schools


We have been talking to Education Technology about why the Co-operative model works for schools, (to read the full article click here) here is why we think this model is perfect for the education sector. We believe that our not-for-profit co-operative approach is one that will work well for Schools, the set up of our […]

We are attending the Education Facilities Forum

Education Forum Event

We are attending the Education Facilities Forum as a supplier at the Whittlebury Hall Hotel & Spa in Northampton on the 18th and 19th of November. The Energy for Education Co-operative is launching its new set of Energy products specifically designed for Primary and Secondary Schools as well as our tailored packages for multi site and […]

E4E at the Academies Show 2013 in Birmingham

Academies NEC Exhibitor Banner

We are exhibiting at the Academies Show on the 27th November 2013 at Birmingham NEC. The Co-operative is launching its new set of Energy products specifically designed for Primary and Secondary Schools and for multi site and Multi Academy Trusts.  All Schools and Academies irrelevant of size will benefit from collaborative procurement and intelligent brokering […]

E4E featured in the Co-operative Enterprise Hub

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E4E is one of 20 Co-operatives selected out of 5000 new Co-operatives started this year to be featured in the Co-Operative Enterprise Hub’s “New Pioneers – Inspiring Co-operatives” Magazine. The help and support we received from Co-operative Futures and the Enterprise hub was very important in terms of getting setup efficiently and effectively.  The  ongoing […]

Political wrangling over Energy Policy

Louise Armitstead has written a very good article in the Telegraph on the 4th November discussing the implications of government intervention in the energy market.   Energy is the latest political football to be kicked around by the main parties with dire consequences to the consumer.     Sir Mike Rake (President of the […]

Pulse Business Energy awarded OJEU contract to partner E4E

Energy for Education and Pulse with signed contract

Following a comprehensive OJEU procurement process, E4E are delighted to announce that they have appointed Pulse Business Energy as the Co-operative’s Strategic Energy Partner. Pulse will be providing its unique expertise and market knowledge to develop and provide bespoke energy brokering services for Schools, Academies, Trusts and other education customers. “Pulse Business Energy were chosen as […]