The Energy Consortium (TEC) provide energy solutions to public sector organisations. TEC is now regarded as one of the country's leading proponents and providers of collaborative energy procurement, particularly to universities and colleges.
It is a full member of the Cabinet Office Collaborative Procurement programme, as well as other purchasing bodies and is committed to sharing best practice and cost saving advice in energy to a broad spectrum of public sector organisations. As a not-for-profit body, TEC offers far greater transparency and accountability in its dealings, and policy decisions are made with the interests of the Membership as a key priority.
Find out more at www.tec.ac.uk
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