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Imps On Board with Utilita

20 September 2018

The Imps are delighted to announce Utilita as the club's official energy partner.

Established in 2003, Utilita was the first independent challenger to the so-called ‘Big Six’ energy providers in the domestic market and in 2008 became the first energy supplier to install smart meters to help customers better manage their energy usage. 
 
Utilita have created partnerships with other EFL clubs in recent years, such as Norwich City, Sunderland and Aston Villa, with the Imps becoming the latest side to work in partnership with the energy provider. They will also be providing the energy supply for Sincil Bank, powering the ground for at least the next two seasons.
 
As well as becoming the club's official energy partner, Utilita will sponsor the Imps' Errea training kit which is worn both on match days and throughout the week.
 
Lincoln City's Commercial Director Ritchie Bates, said: "We are pleased to add another fantastic national organisation to our growing family of partnerships.
 
"Utilita are a fast-growing energy provider, and will be a great coup for us off the pitch, particularly with transition into the Elite Performance Centre." 
 
Jem Maidment, Utilita’s Director of Marketing and Communications, said: “It is important to continue to grow our presence within Lincolnshire, so we are thrilled to be backing the Imps. We will have a huge presence at Sincil Bank – an iconic ground in the EFL, that we are delighted to be powering in the Imps’ push for promotion.”
 
“Lincoln City is a club with a proud tradition and they value their loyal fanbase – these are traits that we associate with ourselves at Utilita and we are looking forward to working with the club and engaging with Imps fans, showcasing our full range of products and services.”
 
Utilita have also registered enormous growth – jumping from 200,000 to 680,000 customers in just three years – and they have plans to open a series of High Street shops across the UK.
They give their customers smart meters at no extra cost which allows them to monitor their usage in real time via an In-Home display. For more information, click here (hyperlink for www.utilita.co.uk )

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