The long term wholesale market forecast is for continued price increases. Using our transparent comparison service 59% of business energy customers could make savings of up to 70%.
Commercial based contracts can be fixed for up to three years to mitigate risk and aid budgeting. An average dual fuel bill can be reduced from £4,200 to £2,250 for those who haven't switched in the previous 12 months.
Multi-site and large commercial organisations can access our specialist half hourly division. They will help guide you through the tendering process ensuring you obtain market leading rates to reduce your costs.
The broker team will not only assist with procurement but ensure you have correct meter installation for the most efficient tariff.
If you've received your renewal letter then do not accept the terms offered. On average end customers are offered rates 30% higher than their existing contracted prices and baseline industry trends.
In order to renew at competitive prices follow this simple guide:
If you already have a quote from us you can retrieve this by logging into your account. New quotes take around 60 seconds to complete.
Once you have selected your new supplier the switch automatically takes place within five to six weeks. Switches can only be undertaken once you current contract expires.
There are more than 20 providers including the "big six" and independent niche companies that can quote for your premises. You'll be presented with a range of tariff options to ensure you receive the most competitive quote for your circumstances.
All negotiations with suppliers and contract paperwork is handled on your behalf. Once you have switched our experts are on hand to provide help and advice throughout the term of your contract.
This website and quoting policy is approved by the Utilities Intermediary Association (UIA). This ensures you receive impartial transparent advice.
Please call us with any questions on 0800 002 9822 and speak with our specialist team.
The business barometer independent research survey shows 41% of companies changed tariffs during 2013 with 43% stating they would not move due to low competition in the market.