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We’ll provide you with a list of providers, plans and tariffs that suit your needs, are available in your area and show clear cost savings. You can then make an informed decision on the plan you would like to switch to.

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Once you’ve come to a decision, we’ll take care of the switch. We’ll contact your new supplier and inform your old one. And don’t worry, your energy will not be cut off when you switch suppliers.

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With all the hard work taken care of, you can sit back and enjoy saving on your gas and electricity bills. It’s recommended that you run comparisons regularly, or at least as a current contract reaches its end, to continue benefiting from savings.

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If gas is a requirement of your business operations, a gas supplier comparison can identify some huge cost savings. When you’re searching for a deal, it’s not always advised to go for the cheapest price available but, instead, one that is suited to your individual business, its needs and its functions.

What is the best solution for you – We take into consideration the size of your company, your gas usage and your current tariff when drawing comparisons, which then provides you only with the relevant information to help you make an informed decision.

Save up to £2000+ on Business Electricity Rates

As your business relies on electricity, it is essential that you can rely on your electricity supplier. We make finding the right rate for your business as easy as possible, ensuring you get the best possible service at the most reasonable price.

Why choose us – With so many options available, we iron out the complexities involving tariffs, business size and usage rates, running comparisons that leave you with all the information you need to do what’s right for your business.

Whether you’re on a fixed rate, deemed rate or rolling contract, or your business is large or small in size, there’s always a chance that you could save money by switching electricity suppliers.

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Our team has been helping UK businesses save thousands of pounds for years by reviewing their energy contracts. We have acted as an energy consultant for companies of all sizes.
Switching gas suppliers and getting better electricity deals has enabled our customers to make more funds available for other areas of their company and to grow their operations.

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ELECTRICITY

We are the energy experts

Our team has been helping UK businesses save thousands of pounds for years by reviewing their energy contracts. We have acted as an energy consultant for companies of all sizes.
Switching gas suppliers and getting better electricity deals has enabled our customers to make more funds available for other areas of their company and to grow their operations.

Business gas and electricity tariffs explained.

Unit rates for business gas and electricity are typically lower than domestic prices, although VAT is charged at a higher rate. Prices are dependent on business size, location and consumption and there are the different tariff plans and contracts available:

Fixed Rate

For fixed rate energy tariffs, the unit price for gas and electricity will remain the same for the entire term of the contract. Contracts are usually 12 months long but can sometimes last for up to 3 years.

As it’s the unit price that is fixed, bills can vary depending on your usage of gas or electricity each month.

This tariff is beneficial for businesses who want to stay on top of their utility expenditure, while being protected from any energy price increases. However, a downside of this is that you won’t benefit from any decreases in energy prices.

Another thing to consider before opting for a fixed rate tariff is that most of them have exit fees. This is a lump sum penalty charge that is incurred if you switch suppliers before your contract has ended, making it more difficult to compare and save.

On flexible rate tariffs, also known as variable rate tariffs, units of gas or electricity are charged at a rate that reflects market conditions, so they are susceptible to price increases and decreases.

These tariffs are attractive when entered into while market prices are low but they can increase rapidly, resulting in higher monthly bills.

Usually, when an energy deal expires, businesses are automatically switched onto the supplier’s variable rate tariff, which could prove costly if not monitored. When this happens, it’s best for a business to run a comparison to ensure they are still getting the best deal.

Therefore, an advantage of variable rate tariffs is that you are free to switch at any time and no exit fee will be charged.

Deemed rate contracts often have some of the most expensive business gas and electricity rates. They are usually entered into when a business has not yet negotiated a deal with their supplier and roll over every 28 days. As each month passes, your business could experience bill increases.
 
However, these contracts ensure your business is not disrupted by a cut off in energy supply until a deal is negotiated. The 28 day rollover period could mean that in a very short amount of time, your business could benefit from huge cost savings by running a comparison and switching suppliers before the next 28 days commence.

Not all businesses require gas but, if yours does, it is a good idea to consider single and dual fuel contracts.

A dual fuel contract is where you are supplied both gas and electricity by the same supplier and on the same tariff. This is seen as the simplest option for many as it means only having one bill and dealing with only one supplier.

However, for businesses who want to make sure they are getting the best possible deal in terms of cost savings, you can compare single fuel tariffs and take out separate contracts for gas and electricity.

Types of Energy Contracts

FIXED

The best price certainty. All costs withing the contract – including Third Party Charges (TPCs) – are fixed.

Contract price is fixed but can be adjusted during the contract period if suppliers have under-forecast TPCs.

The electricity rate is fixed, but all other TPCs are billed at the prevailing rates.

FLEXIBLE

A Hybrid between fixed and flexible contract. Multiple energy purchases spread the risk of energy procurement.

Energy can be purchased at different times up until the day of supply, with some of the cost determined by the spot price.

A portfolio of customers whose consumption is grouped together to provide access to wholesale energy prices under a pre-agreed, low risk energy procurement strategy.

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We work with the best business electricity suppliers in the UK and consult numerous electricity tariffs to get the best deals for our clients. Let us compare business electricity rates for you, saving you time and helping you find a contract most suited to your business’ needs. Get an online quote now and start saving on your electricity bills.

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Green energy suppliers

Climate change is a big concern for many businesses. Whether you’re seeking to reduce your carbon footprint or on a net-zero initiative and aiming to become carbon neutral, switching to a green energy supplier is a logical first step.

Typically, these providers are not the cheapest around but, as demand for sustainable energy increases, a green deal could present savings when compared to your current tariff, so it is definitely worth checking.

Green tariffs work in a variety of ways to meet the needs of different types of businesses. For example, some offer a completely renewable energy supply, while others combine a mixture of both renewable and non-renewable sources. In a similar way, some suppliers promote initiatives like matching your energy consumption by purchasing the same amount of renewable energy.

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