Further expansion for Consumer Energy Solutions

A Welsh energy efficiency company has announced the opening of two new offices near its Swansea headquarters.

Consumer Energy Solutions (CES) will welcome 100 new team members as part of the expansion, with roughly 50 based at each new location. This expansion underscores CES’s commitment to serving the energy efficiency needs of its customers in Wales and the South West, as well as its dedication to creating job opportunities in the region.

The company currently boasts a workforce of more than 500 people and supports customers in energy-proofing their homes to reduce their carbon footprint and ultimately, their energy bills.

The two new offices are both in Swansea’s SA1 waterfront area and will welcome new team members in the business’ administration, customer service, finance and people services departments.

Lewis John, Managing Director, Consumer Energy Solutions, said: “We are thrilled to announce the opening of two new offices in Swansea.

“Our mission is clear: to empower individuals and businesses to make environmentally conscious choices that reduce their carbon footprint and, in turn, lower their energy bills. This expansion will enable us to reach even more homes and businesses, helping them take meaningful steps toward a sustainable, energy-efficient future.

“But this isn’t just about CES; it’s about Swansea and the surrounding region. By opening these new offices, we are also creating more job opportunities for the local community. We believe in investing not only in technology and innovation but in people, fostering economic growth and prosperity where we operate. Our dedication to both environmental sustainability and community development is at the heart of what we do.”

Established in 2016, Consumer Energy Solutions (CES) delivers money-saving energy efficiency improvements to homes across South Wales and the South West. The company employs more than 500 people and to date has installed over 39,000 measures. CES is an approved installer of Government backed scheme ECO4.