Use our free impartial services to lower business electricity bills today. If you have received your energy renewal letter from your current supplier we'll find you the lowest rates in the market.
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Whether you are a small energy user or run large industrial premises we can help reduce your overall costs.
You can opt for one, two or three year fixed priced contracts from a range of suppliers. Pricing depends on a number of factors including consumption and your tariff structure as follows:
For the majority of UK businesses the lowest tariff prices can be obtained online. The most expensive tariffs are known as rollover contracts. If you have received a renewal letter then do not accept these rates. There are no discounted tariffs on the market just standard tariffs. Get the lowest prices available by :
Which method you choose will determine your rates for the next 12 months. So long as you actually opt for a new contract your rates will remain broadly competitive.
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As with domestic energy contracts the switching process to a new supplier is very easy and is undertaken by the new provider. Don't worry that your supply will be cut off because it won't. All the switching is processed in the background and it's just the invoicing that changes.
Just make sure you take meter readings on the day of the switch so that you have accurate bills. No matter what business you are in whether you have a manufacturing business, run a farm, an office or are a sole trader or micro business running from home all quotes and switching is the same.
So it's worth seeing if you can cut your electricity rates just by getting an online quote which overall only takes around 60 seconds and this can save you thousands each year.
Apart from ensuring that you have the lowest prices and tariff rates possible by comparing the energy companies online and choosing the lowest tariffs available to you every business (and homeowner) can save money by lowering their consumption.
There are various ways in which this can be done and most comes down to monitoring just how much electric power your business consumes through the day and night.
You can get free smart meters (which if you have a half hourly meter you'll probably have in any case) or a electricity monitor, although the latter provides instant data it's harder to analyse over greater periods of time.
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