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Pozitive Energy signs five year agreement with Shell Energy Europe

The agreement will allow Pozitive to grow, giving it access to wholesale trading markets. Image: Shell

The agreement will allow Pozitive to grow, giving it access to wholesale trading markets. Image: Shell

Pozitive Energy has signed a five year, exclusive trading agreement with Shell Energy Europe for both electricity and gas.

The energy supplier currently specialises in multi-site organisations such as retailers, hotels and restaurant chains, property management companies, care homes, petrol stations and government organisations.

The agreement will allow Pozitive to grow, giving it access to wholesale trading markets, as well as allowing it to procure carbon-neutral gas, thanks to carbon offsets, or renewable gas certificates, for its customers via Shell.

Steve Daniels, CSO of Pozitive Energy, said: “Confirming an internationally recognised brand such as Shell Energy Europe Ltd as a strategic trading partner is a significant achievement in the continued success of our business. It will help us ensure that our customers continue to receive the quality of service, access to sophisticated technology and competitive prices that they have come to expect.”

“The agreement provides security for both our customers and the partners we work with to supply them. The continuity of supply allows us to offer longer term contracts and to further invest in the software and IT systems which enable everyone to work faster and smarter, resulting in even lower costs to our customers.”

Pozitive started in 2016, and offers 100% green electricity to its customers utilising bespoke software.

Shell Energy Europe operates in 20 countries, as a supplier, marketer and trader of energy commodities.

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