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Simply Energy named in Deloitte Fast 50 for third year

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Simply Energy named in Deloitte Fast 50 for third year running

Posted on 25th October 2012

Wellington, 25 October 2012 – The team at specialist electricity retailer, Simply Energy, is delighted to be named for the third year running in the Deloitte Fast50 Awards in Wellington last night.

Simply Energy was in 32nd place at the 2012 Fast50, this is after coming 26th in 2011 Fast50 and 7th in the 2010 Fast50. It is a great achievement to be a Fast50 finalist three years in a row.

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. We very much appreciate the on-going support from our clients; we have a good suite of products and services for clients that we are focused on delivering; our approach is very different to the rest of the market, as we stay away from standard tariff supply and provide solutions for our clients. However we are excited by the future as we still see a great deal of untapped opportunity within the market for Simply Energy”.

Peter Gibbs, director of operations and finance at Simply Energy comments “that Simply Energy has made a step change as a maturing business over the last 12 months, we have a very dedicated team that has been instrumental in achieving this growth which we are hugely appreciate of and are pretty excited with Simply Energy’s position and opportunities in this sector”.

Simply Energy has recently established a Christchurch office extending their reach and service to clients.

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