Cornwall Energy, a specialist company supplying energy market advice to organisations within the sector, has moved into new offices on Millennium Plain in Norwich. The EDP Future 50 business has combined its previous two Norfolk sites, enabling the 18-strong team to work together.

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Set up in 2005 by energy consultant Nigel Cornall in 2005, the business also worked with another Future 50 business Comms Supply on installing its new phone systems on site.

Martin Betts, operations manager, said: “Moving to Millennium Plain marks a huge milestone for Cornwall Energy. We now have attractive, well-equipped offices that reflect the success of the business. Most importantly, our entire team can work together and we have space to grow.”

He added: “As well as our Norwich-based team we have remote workers based all over the UK and we were keen to bring all of us together in the best possible way.”

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