The UKRPA continues to grow in strength, welcoming Spark Energy as a new Associate Member.
The UKRPA has become the ‘go to’ place for revenue protection matters, making good use of its relationships with government, Ofgem, police, fire, and a wide range of key stakeholders. Spark Energy, an energy supply company, becomes the 16th member of the Association, enhancing the UKRPA’s ability to represent an ever broader spectrum of industry wide concerns and perspectives.
In welcoming Spark Energy, Tony Thornton, UKRPA Chairman, said: “We are delighted to welcome Spark Energy as a member of the Association. Spark Energy’s commitment to the UKRPA reflects their commendable position towards proactively detecting and preventing energy theft. We are hopeful that many more organisations will follow suit”.
Following a successful year, the Association will be looking to continue increasing its visibility and influence in 2015 in its endeavour to help detect and prevent utility theft. Visit the UKRPA website for more information.
Chris Gauld, Chief Executive Officer of Spark Energy said, “It’s really important for us to offer all of our customers a great deal and great service. We don’t think it’s right that some people choose to avoid paying for their energy and our UKRPA membership will go some way to ensuring that all customers are fairly treated and are able access the cheapest possible prices on the market”.