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Simply Energy named in Deloitte Fast 50 for second year

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Simply Energy named in Deloitte Fast 50 for second year running

Wellington, 10 November 2011 – The team at specialist electricity retailer, Simply Energy, is celebrating today after being named for the second year running in the Deloitte Fast50 Awards in Wellington last night.

Simply Energy was named a very respectable 26th in the 2011 Fast50 after a 7th placing in the 2010 Fast50, it is a great achievement to back up with year on year growth in a sophisticated and mature business sector.

Established in 2005, Simply Energy has an enviable reputation for providing independent generation and commercial clients with expert services and innovative electricity solutions.

Murray Dyer, founding Commercial Director at Simply Energy comments: “We are delighted to be included in the Deloitte Fast50 index for a second year running, we are gaining real momentum in the industry and it is a great recognition for the hard work and dedication of our team and the support of our clients, who are our greatest advocates”.

“We are operating in an $8 billion dollar per annum sector and have hardly scratched the surface, we are very excited by what we believe we can achieve with our unique business model and a great team combined with our growing track record and financing in place for real growth”.

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