If you're looking to lower your utility costs then maintaining or reducing gas unit prices is critical.
Although wholesale costs have risen in recent years, you can still keep the price per kWh at an average 2.62p or lower by shopping around.
Contracts available run for at least 12 months. Two or three-year extensions are possible from most major suppliers.
Recent quotes undertaken have provided some of the lowest levels in the marketplace. For most SMEs using less than 60,000 kWh per year, the average price being quoted is 2.62p/kWh.
There's also a daily standing charge of approximately 70p per day for the duration of the contract.
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Beware of lower unit rates being quoted on the market. For an accurate comparison between suppliers, you should compare your total annual bill including the unit price and daily standing charge.
All utility contracts are liable to automatic rollover terms.
Renewal letters are sent only to micro businesses. If you have more than ten employees, you need to terminate your current agreement proactively.
Rollover rates can double or triple your current tariff with prices fixed for another contract term.
Before switching occurs, you must finish your current contract to be able to move to a new one.
New tariffs are only available once your current agreement has ceased. The majority of businesses renew in April or October during the second and fourth quarters of the year.
Prices tend to be more competitive during these months. As the volume of quotes peaks, the demand improves industry competitiveness.
If your contract is coming to an end, then complete our online quoting form for your meters.
If you'd prefer to speak to an advisor, then call us on 0800 002 9822 for transparent quotes.
You'll need your postcode, company address together with your meter reference number to improve accuracy. You'll find these located on your most recent bill or original contract.
You now have an extensive choice of suppliers who are keen to win your business. There are the traditional Big Six energy companies together with smaller specialist independent organisations.
The big six include British Gas, Southern Electric (SSE), Eon, Edf, ScottishPower, and Npower. Additionally there are another 20 companies including Opus, Shell, SWALEC, Gazprom, and Scottish Gas.
You can save money in six ways to reduce your overall yearly invoice.