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Posted Friday, November 30th 2018

BRISTOL CITY SWITCHES ON TO THE ENERGY CHECK

Bristol City has today switched to The Energy Check as its official energy partner.

The Energy Check sponsorship with Bristol Sport will help reduce the cost and environmental impact of City's energy use and water consumption at Ashton Gate Stadium and at the club's training ground at Failand.

And the Energy Check will also help fuel the pipeline of young talent as the front of shirt sponsor for the Bristol City FC Academy teams. 

The partnership extends across all Bristol Sport venues, from the 27,000-capacity Ashton Gate Stadium to the planned state-of-the-art training ground at Failand.

The Energy Check Head of Corporate Partnerships Robyn Winton said: “We are really excited to be partnered with Bristol Sport.

“It is a fantastic opportunity for us to continue to develop our ever increasing portfolio and we have already started looking at ways to bring down Bristol Sport’s energy consumption and to save money. I’m really eager to get involved with the local community with various projects and competitions and I’m very excited to see our partnership grow over the coming years.”

The Energy Check’s consulting engineers are due to audit Bristol City’s facilities and produce a detailed energy report on every aspect of the club’s consumption of electricity, gas and water.

Group Head of Commercial at Bristol Sport Caroline Herbert said: “We are delighted to announce our long-term partnership with the Energy Check. We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment and with the Energy Check’s support we will take further steps towards this goal. Their support of Bristol City’s Academy will be equally transformational allowing us to nurture young talent and create sustainability both on and off the pitch.”

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