Cornish energy firm marks eighth year with expansion plan
A Cornish energy broker is celebrating eight years in business with the appointment of two new employees.
Total Energy Solutions has taken on sales manager Bella Young and finance manager Dan Rodia to help facilitate the company’s future growth.
Bella and Dan join Total Energy Solutions in October after four months travelling the world. Both previously worked as insurance brokers after graduating from university in Leicester; Bella in politics and Dan in business and finance.
Total Energy Solutions, a family run firm based in Stoke Climsland, holds a portfolio of around 400 clients both across the South West and nationwide in a wide range of sectors including leisure and hospitality, care, professional services, manufacturing, farming and education, as well as the voluntary and charitable sector.
Alastair Carnegie, managing director of Total Energy Solutions, said: “We are delighted to welcome Bella and Dan to the team, especially at the time we mark our eighth year in business.
“When we started Total Energy Solutions wanted to change the image that our industry has of being notorious for poor service and chasing commission. From the outset our company’s ethos has been to offer an exceptional level of service and operate in an ethical and responsible way.
“We are completely open and honest about we do and how we run our business, and we feel that it is extremely important to give something back to the community in which we operate.”
Total Energy Solutions donates a percentage of its profits to charity and commits time to support community projects such as mentoring students and corporate social responsibility initiatives.
Alastair added: “It is these core values that I believe has seen us stand the test of time with client loyalty and new business.
“The growth of our client base has demonstrated how much they appreciate the service we provide. The great news is that our expansion will enable us to offer our services to even more clients both in the South West and further afield.”