Future 50 firm energised by prestigious industry award

Emily Groves, managing director of Indigo Swan, picking up the award. Pic submitted Emily Groves, managing director of Indigo Swan, picking up the award. Pic submitted

Thursday, June 26, 2014
9:10 AM

Norwich-based energy consultancy Indigo Swan has scooped a prestigious energy-industry award.

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The EDP Future50 company picked up the gong for the I&C ‘Most Innovative’ consultant at the national 2014 Energy Live Consultancy Awards (TELCAs) in London. The awards are judged anonymously by two independent panels made up of clients and other energy professionals.

Indigo Swan were nominated for SME Most Trusted, SME Most Innovative & Industrial and Commercial (I&C) Most Innovative. Emily Groves, managing director, said: “To win any award would be great, but this is the one we were after, as it shows off how we can really add value and help bigger, multi-site organisations manage their energy costs.”

Indigo Swan was formed in 2010 and is based at offices in the centre of Norwich.

Its clients include Serco, Teddington Studios, The Forum Trust, The Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association, The Royal Horticultural Association, YMCA Norfolk and Broadacres Housing Association.

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