Material Matters, the UK’s only total solution for golf club product and service purchasing, has recently entered into a partnership with national award-winning energy reduction and energy procurement consultancy, IU Energy.

The partnership is off to a flying start, with several Material Matters clients already making significant savings on utilities and through energy use reduction.

Material Matters was launched in 2010 to provide purchasing support for golf clubs in the UK. Harnessing the power of the many to benefit the profitability of individual clubs from savings over all areas of expenditure, the company has chosen IU Energy because their ethos in the energy world is aligned with their own philosophy.

IU Energy’s mission is to help organisations to reduce energy wastage and drive down their energy demand, thereby improving profitability. With their additional independent bulk energy procurement power, they also reduce business energy costs.
IU Energy was recently named as the UK’s top energy consultancy by a panel of independent experts at the ‘Oscars’ of the energy sector – the TELCA Awards 2018. In selecting IU Energy for the prestigious award, judges from blue chip companies and the Energy Institute cited the company’s, “Firm grasp of return on investment, business growth and client focus.”

Material Matters apply economies of scale, created by a customer base of over 400 golf clubs, providing incredibly competitive pricing structures across virtually every sector of consumable expenditure that a golf business has. The addition of IU Energy to their offer addresses a significant demand to drive down energy consumption and cost across their client base.

Director of Material Matters, Rachel Mould said, ‘We strive endlessly to find our customers the very best solution for quality, service and price. IU energy is a valuable addition to our product mix and we can see them having a further beneficial impact on our customers.

Speaking for IU Energy, CEO Duncan Banks concurred. ‘We are delighted to have found such a synergistic national partner and we are very much looking forward to a collaboration that benefits Material Matters customers.’

Contacts for Material Matters and IU Energy Launch Successful Partnership press release –
Rachel Mould
Director
Material Matters
North Hants Golf Club
Minley Road
Fleet
Hampshire GU51 1RF
t. 01252 621114
e. info@materialmattersltd.com
w. materialmattersltd.co.uk

Duncan Banks
CEO
IU Energy
18 & 19 Drake Mill Business Park
Estover
Plymouth PL6 7PS
t. 01752 26 26 26
e. info@iuenergy.co.uk
w. iuenergy.co.uk