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WARRINGTON headquartered Inprova Energy has appointed
Leanne James as Director of Account Management.
Most recently, she was Commercial Director for Mitie Energy, and was part of the
senior leadership team at Utilyx, which was acquired by Mitie in 2012. She
joined Utilyx eight years ago, where she was Head of Customer Relations, before
establishing and heading up a new product management division.
Her career in the energy services industry spans 12 years, including senior
roles at Accenture company Energy Quote and John Hall Associates.
Michael Dent, Managing Director of Inprova Energy said:- "Leanne has vast
experience in the energy services industry, where her skills are widely
respected. She will make an invaluable contribution to setting and delivering
Inprova's ambitious growth strategy, while ensuring that customer service
excellence is at the heart of our expanding business."
Leanne James said:- "It's an exciting time to join Inprova Energy as it
attracts growing numbers of customers, who are seeking an adviser that puts
their needs first and provides complete transparency in energy and water
procurement. I join a highly professional and dedicated team, which prides
itself on trust and integrity. This is evidenced by remarkably high customer
retention and standards of service."
Inprova Energy was launched as the energy division of Inprova
Group, in 2016, bringing together 3 of the
UK's leading energy consultancies (energyTEAM, ENER-G Procurement, and UES
Energy), which have a 40 year history.
The company, which is headquartered in Birchwood, has offices across England and
Wales, as well as an operation in the US. Its 'total energy management' service
combines energy and water auditing and management, business energy purchasing
and analysis, carbon reduction and reporting, and legislative compliance.
Inprova Energy's customers include leading UK businesses, such as Virgin
Atlantic, National Grid, Carlsberg, Hotel du Vin Malmaison, Village Urban
Resorts and retail groups White Stuff and Schuh.