Leading challenger brand Utilita Energy has exclusively revealed the opening date of its Newport-based high street energy hub to the Island Echo.

The hub, part of nationwide rollout which will see the Smart Pay As You Go Energy specialists open nine stores in 2020, will throw open its doors on 14th March 2020.

It will be situated on the former Stead and Simpson shoe shop site in Newport High Street and will create 7 jobs.

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Helen Kyne, Utilita’s Energy Hubs Operations Manager, says:

“I’m counting down the days until we open the doors of our Newport energy hub. It’s exciting to be bringing the benefits of the Utilita brand to the Island and I look forward to strengthening our links with the local community.”

The news comes hot on the heels of the launch of Utilita Jackpot – an exciting new customer draw offering a top prize of £10,000 as part of a £20,000 giveaway every month.

The inaugural winners will be drawn on 9 December – just in time to enjoy a life-changing Christmas treat on the Smart Pay As You Go Energy specialists.

Domestic customers supplied by Utilita will be automatically entered into the draw with £10,000 and £5,000 cash prizes up for grabs every month, alongside five prizes of free energy for a year – each worth £1,000.

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Speaking at the launch, Utilita CEO, Bill Bullen, said:

“We’re really pleased to be enhancing our customer benefits package with the introduction of Utilita Jackpot.

“It’s about engaging with our customers and giving something back – and who wouldn’t want a £10,000 early Christmas present?”

Utilita are sponsoring this year’s Light up the Wight Christmas Lights competition. Find out more at www.islandecho.co.uk/xmas.

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1 year ago

Been waiting a month now for meters to be fitted with no known date provided

Az-zahra Aziz
Az-zahra Aziz
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1 year ago

We waited six months, some of the delay to be fair was the council deciding the fate of a tree, but a disgusting amount of time, WE had to pay for the pole, DIG the trench from such ourselves, supply the ducting to run the cable in, buy the sand to cover the cable and pay to have it back filled after excavating a ‘service hole’ a metre square hole, so the electricity company can then easily splice into if further properties need as supply yet WE pay for it.

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