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Office buildings often have high energy bills. Powering computers, servers, kitchen appliances, and not to mention the cost of heating adds up.

It’s no wonder that so many companies encourage remote working when possible. Comparing business energy prices is a great way of reducing bills. Thousands of businesses overpay for their gas and electricity.

It’s our goal to help you find a cheap energy tariff so that you can increase savings and maximise profit.

Reduce the amount you spend on your office energy

As well as switching to a cheaper energy tariff, you should ensure that energy is used efficiently.

Making simple changes like turning appliances off standby when they’re not in use could help you save around £35 a year [1]. Additionally, investing in a smart meter could help you identify areas for efficiency improvement.

When selecting a new tariff for your office’s energy, fixed-price contracts are often recommended. With this tariff, payments are fixed for the duration of your contract, making your bills easier to predict.

Business Energy can help you find the best fixed-price contract for your office energy. We’ll even keep you updated on the latest deals after your switch.

Why choose Business Energy for your office energy switch?

We’ll manage your switching process

We’ll contact your old and new supplier to arrange your switch.

Over 250,000 businesses trust us with their energy switch

We’re a trusted partner for thousands of businesses, so rest assured that you’re in safe hands.

We’re rated excellent on Trustpilot

Our services have been praised and recommended by over 10,000 customers.

You can track your switch online

With our innovative ‘Track My Switch’ tool, you can stay up to date on the progress of your switch online.

Office energy saving tips

Most businesses consider saving money to be the main benefit of reducing their energy consumption. However, there are a few more advantages, such as a lower carbon footprint and an improved reputation. Below we outline some handy energy saving tips for your office.

Lights off!

Many companies don’t realise how much energy they use to light their offices. They also fail to realise how much of this energy is actually being wasted.

To save energy, you should ensure that lights are only turned on in areas that are in use. Fitting motion sensors with your lights can help to prevent energy from being wasted. Additionally, you should encourage employees to make use of natural light.

LED lights are highly recommended as they are 90% more efficient than traditional incandescent lights. They can also last 25 times longer than other bulbs, so they’re a great investment.

Keep staff comfortable, but don’t waste energy!

Heating debates are common in every office. Whilst some staff are complaining about how cold they are, you’ll often find others reaching for fans.

On average, heating accounts for a third of an office’s energy consumption. It’s therefore important that you manage your heating, whilst still keeping staff warm and comfortable.

So how can you do this? Firstly, you should ensure that your boiler and radiators are efficient and in good shape. You should aim to replace your boiler every 10-15 years and organise a yearly service for your entire heating system.

You should also aim to set your office thermostats to the lowest comfortable temperature. This is typically between 18-25°C. It is estimated that savings of as much as £80 can be made by turning your thermostat down by just one degree [2]. Timers can also be used to match your office’s operating hours. This prevents energy wastage. Draught-proofing can help to keep in as much heat as possible.

Finally, you should encourage all staff to get on board with energy saving efforts. Staff are usually less mindful of their energy use whilst at work. So there needs to be a cultural change to reduce bills and carbon emissions. Encourage staff to wrap up warm and be less reliant on heating. Be carefully, you don't want to create an uncomfortable work environment.

Switch your office utilities in one place with Business Energy

We aim to help you get the best deals for your office gas, electricity and water supply.

Business Electricity

To lower your electricity bills, compare electricity prices with us to find a cheaper deal. We offer access to some of the best energy offers on the market.

Business Gas

Looking to reduce your office’s gas bills? We can help you find a cheaper tariff to help you save. Simply compare business gas prices online to get started with your supplier switch.

Business Water

Did you know that you can also switch to a new water supplier? Find out which deals are available and choose a new tariff better suited to your business’ needs.






  • How long could it take to switch office energy suppliers?

    Business energy supplier switches take longer than domestic switches.

    You should be prepared for your business switch to take between 4-6 weeks. Bear in mind that timescales can vary.

  • Can I compare energy suppliers for more than one office?

    If your company has multiple locations, a multi-site energy deal may be a suitable option.

    With this type of contract, you can consolidate meters and billing into one account. This makes them easier to keep track of and manage.

    If you’re interested in a multi-site tariff, our energy experts can provide you with all the help and advice you need to make the right choice for your business.

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