Use our market-leading online commercial energy calculator to obtain maximum savings against your current gas and electricity bills. Thousands of small and large companies across the UK have already partnered with us to reduce overheads and lower their consumption data through management software.
Our specialist Business Energy Advisors are committed to pricing you the right products and services to switch contracts and lower your costs. Enter your company profile online or contact our customer services team for quotes.
The long-term wholesale market trend is forecast to remain higher. Recent market research (1) shows that 59% of customers could make annual savings of up to 70% by switching contracts. Most suppliers allow you to fix terms for three years to mitigate risk and aid budgeting.
(1) The Business Barometer research survey shows 41% of companies changed tariffs during the period, with 43% stating they would not move due to low competition in the market.
The average energy bill is £3,061 per year for electricity and £856 per year for gas across all UK companies. Prices are dependent upon consumption, credit rating, and regional location. Below are the typical prices that different sizes of businesses currently pay:
|Business Type||Electric (kWh)||Gas (kWh)||Total Bill|
Source: BusinessEnergy.com Average annual consumption in kilowatt hours (kWh).
Multi-site buildings and large kWh consumers of power use our specialist smart metering division. You'll access competitive, effective tendering and results driven solutions from our broker team to procure gas and electricity contracts. By implementing our analytics programs, you can also improve heating and lighting consumption efficiencies.
Let us act for your business by downloading and signing our letter of authorisation (LOA).
If your building uses half hourly electricity then we provide on-site audits, surveys and sustainability initiatives to improve management information and implement cost effective solutions. These tailored software products are completely customisable to your business.
Renewal letters always contain prices higher than market averages. You should never accept the terms offered to you. On average, customers receive renewal rates 30% higher than their current contracted prices or baseline industry trends. To renew at competitive prices follow this step-by-step guide:
Ensure you terminate your current contract according to your contractual terms. Your original contract clauses contain your window of termination. You can download our contract termination letter and send it to your supplier in the post or by email.
For multi-site locations, obtain the Meter Point Administration Number (MPAN) or Meter Point Reference Number (MPRN) number for each electricity and gas meter. You'll find these numbers printed on a recent invoice from your supplier rather than the serial number on the physical meter.
With over 16,000 tariff permutations with regional variations available, make sure you have the following available:
Providing these details ensures we find the most affordable provider for your circumstances.
The energy suppliers we use are all accredited by the industry regulator and adhere to their code of conduct. They'll all assess your requirements, offer a tailored package, and provide energy efficiency guides for additional savings. We work with all the "Big Six" suppliers and 14 independent providers.
Traditional green energy options come from the earth's natural resources such as sunlight (solar), water (hydro), geothermal heat, and wind (turbines) to generate electricity.
More recently fracking has entered the market to produce naturally sourced gas. You can select a limited range of renewable energy tariffs from most suppliers to reduce your impact on the environment.
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The energy industry has a trade association to help consumers and companies with expert advice and assistance. The London Energy Efficiency Fund provides financial assistance to promote energy efficient buildings and control. The Ombudsman Services will mediate any complaints on your behalf.