Apollo Energy Expands Supplier Portfolio

Leading energy brokers Apollo Energy have announced they are now working with two new suppliers; expanding their already extensive portfolio of commercial energy providers.

The Chorley-based brokers - who already have strong relationships with many industrial and commercial energy suppliers – have recently secured broker agreements with CNG (Contract Natural Gas) and Hudson Energy to discuss a collaboration which will offer clients even more choice when it comes to new energy contracts.

CNG, who specialise in commercial gas supply, and Hudson Energy, who currently offer electricity contracts, are the latest suppliers the broker has added to its growing portfolio.

A spokesperson at Apollo Energy, commenting on the news, said: "We are delighted to be working with both CNG and Hudson Energy. Building relationships with suppliers like these strengthens our ability to provide clients with a whole-of-the-market service.

"At a time when commercial energy prices are rising, securing the most suitable utility contract for your business is very important – so being in a position to offer our clients a large choice of contracts from a comprehensive selection of suppliers is something we are proud of."

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