Utility Aid secured longer tariffs making savings of up to 8.9% on gas and up to 40.9% on electricity


Utility Aid ensured that through these tariffs the branch has improved budget security for the foreseeable future

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Savings of up to £1,000 were made, which can now contribute directly towards the fight against MS

Case Study: The Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society - Hull, Beverley Borough and Holderness Branch


The Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society - Hull, Beverley Borough and Holderness Branch is working to provide support to those with MS and their families so they don't have to face the condition alone

What are they trying to achieve?

The MS Society is the UK's leading MS charity. Since 1953, they have been providing information and support, funding research and fighting for change.

This branch has: 350 members & over 70 volunteers with one aim: to beat MS.

What do they provide?

MS is a neurological condition which affects around 100,000 people in the UK. It can be tough to deal with, especially when people have just been diagnosed.

The local branch offers support; activities, visits and socials; specialist transport; and financial support to people affected by MS.

What is their energy strategy?

To pay the lowest price possible for their energy so that the branch has more funds to support people affected by MS.

"Going through the energy audit process with Utility Aid has been extremely useful. It not only highlighted the savings to be made but saved us valuable time."

Peter Robinson, Branch Treasurer
The Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society


ua conducted a full energy audit for MS Society - Hull, Beverley Borough and Holderness Branch

What were the immediate benefits?

Once Utility Aid received the bills they were able to request tenders from suppliers interested in providing prices for the contract.

What was their contract position?

The branch were approaching the date for renewing their contracts. One of their priorities was budget certainty so it was essential that they were offered competitive tariffs on longer term contracts.

What did <strong>​Utility Aid</strong>​ recommend?

Utility Aid recommended 48 month contracts for both gas and electricity to provide the budget certainty the branch needed to plan into the future.

"The savings we hope to generate through moving our contracts will be ploughed into supporting people affected by MS. It's a real boost to be able to use the money for the benefit of our members rather than on an energy contract!"

Peter Robinson, Branch Treasurer
The Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society


Utility Aid gave budget security and freed up funds to directly support people affected by MS


Estimated annual savings are 8.9% on gas and 40.9% on electricity.

That will save almost £1,000 on the rates they were paying over the four year period.


Both time and money were saved as a result of the energy audit as well as the added benefit of budget security for the near future.

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Savings in both money and time will enable the branch to plough resources directly back into the fight against MS.

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