ATL PARTNERS UP WITH NOT-FOR-PROFIT ENERGY BRAND

Councillor Roy Webb and Ed Hollands with an ATL lorry to launch RAM Energy

ATL has partnered up again with DrivenMedia to launch RAM Energy’s new development, Business Energy.

The not-for-profit energy brand, RAM Energy, created in partnership between Derby City Council and Robin Hood Energy, has placed an advert on one of ATL’s rear doors which will be seen across the Midlands. Its new Business Energy development will follow the same not-for-profit and customer-centric values as the domestic tariffs and offer businesses energy efficiency advice to help reduce energy consumption in the business without affecting performance.

Leighton Wood, Head of Distribution at ATL, said: “We’re excited to be partnering up with DrivenMedia again to host advertising on behalf of a new not-for-profit energy brand aimed at people in the local Derby and Midlands area.”

Ed Hollands, Founder of DrivenMedia, said: “We’re really excited to work with RAM Energy to promote them across the Midlands using ATL as our reliable haulage partner. Derby is where the idea for DrivenMedia came from and the city I started it from, I’m delighted to support this not-for-profit initiative from Derby City Council.”

Councillor Roy Webb, Cabinet Member for Adults, Health and Housing, is delighted with the progress of RAM Energy. “The RAM Energy brand is really developing into something Derby residents can be proud of. The addition of Business Energy is just the first of many additions to the brand; I know the team are working hard to make RAM Energy one of the best energy providers in the Midlands. Working with local businesses such as DrivenMedia is great for the brand and the city, showing a real sense of togetherness to work as a team to build a fantastic not-for-profit energy provider.”

For more information about DrivenMedia, visit www.drivenmedia.co.uk/

For more information about RAM Energy, visit https://www.ramenergy.co.uk/

Pictured (L to R): Councillor Roy Webb, Cabinet Member for Adults, Health and Housing and Ed Hollands, founder of DrivenMedia.