WE all want to help the planet by cutting our carbon footprints but sometimes it seems a lot harder than it should be.
But thanks to Energy Nordic, a Danish-owned, multilingual electricity supplier, making an impact has become a lot easier for expats on the Coast.
The company, which boasts a central location in Fuengirola, provides 100% green electricity Spain-wide, and is here to take the confusion out of selecting an electricity plan, also supplying you with easy-to-read electricity bills.
The company boasts a qualified, friendly, team that can attend to you in English (or, indeed, in Spanish, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish and German – with more languages soon to be available).
Energy Nordic was founded by Jesper Wagner (CEO) and Christian Larsen (Partner and Director of Marketing), who built up electricity companies in Denmark for many years before setting up on the Coast.
They are joined by Marianne Dahlgaard (Customer Service Manager), who has a detailed knowledge of the electricity service industry in Spain, and Phil Mitchell (Commercial Manager), who says the state of the electricity market in Spain (where clients are often unaware of the options available to them) is ‘similar to the Danish market six years ago.’
He says there is no reason to think that you must rely on one supplier in particular.
With Energy Nordic, expats can receive bills in simple English (or another chosen language) and rely on expert knowledge that will enable them to find the most convenient plan possible.
“Currently,” says Phil, “Many people don’t really know what they are paying for. We inform them of important considerations such as their contracted power, the actual energy they are using, taxes, etc.”
If having a dedicated, specialised team attending to you and answering all your queries in your language of choice, and finding a more reasonably priced plan doesn’t convince you, this surely will: “All electricity supplied by Energy Nordic is sustainable green energy,” explains Phil, “anyone who is interested in learning about how we can help them can feel free to contact us for more information.”
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