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The Fast Way To Save Money On Your Commercial Electricity Bills

With wholesale prices constantly increasing and a complex range of tariffs on offer from the energy companies, you need the right help to guide you through the maze. Since 2008 the experienced team at help all commercial organisations lower their costs.

If you've just received your renewal letter from your supplier or simply wish to research your current market for rates, then our independent Business Electricity services can help. Micro and small business enterprises can take advantage of the online pricing system or our knowledgeable broker service.

Larger industrial and multi-site users require specialist advice to negotiate and procure their contracts due to the nature and timeliness of the tender process.

Online Electricity Prices

Get a Quote Online From Our Energy Supplier Database

Compare unit kWh prices from all energy suppliers in the marketplace for your commercial property. Choose from one to five-year fixed contract lengths with our no-obligation service. This 60-second quoting system is suitable for all small businesses with 03-04 profile meter types.

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High Volume Consumption

Tailor-made Tendering for Half-hourly Metered Customers

Our half-hourly and max-demand meter customers benefit from our tailored tendering solutions. This service is specifically aimed at those companies using more than 100,000 kWh of electricity or gas per year, multiple site locations or using half hourly or max-demand meters.

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Business Energy Brokers

Save Time By Using Expert Industry Knowledge

We work with all the market-leading energy companies on a daily basis. Let us save you time and money by finding the right utility contract for your circumstances. Our industry experts will procure your energy on your behalf and be available during the life of your contract to assist with any queries you may have.

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How Do I Get The Best Deal For My Business?

Renewal letters sent at the end of your current contract could have increases of 30% or more included from your existing provider. But you don't need to take this offer as standard direct tariffs from other suppliers enable you to maintain or lower your renewal prices.

Changing contracts once they expire is an easy and straightforward process to obtain competitive rates for your company. You can undertake a comparison and switch your business in six simple steps:

What Choice of Commercial Electricity Contracts Are There?

You'll receive a range of options for fixed priced tariffs ranging from one to five years in duration by using the advanced comparison systems. Switching to your new agreement takes up to six weeks depending on your existing terms.

The Contract Termination Process

If you don't terminate your contract, then your energy supplier will invoke a "roll over" clause. Currently, that means your prices get increased until you take action. The contract extension rates could be as high as 17p per kWh, which is 54% above the average paid by all small business customers. By getting our team to check your current contract rates, we guarantee to beat any renewal offer you've received.

Fixed Price Agreements

SME products sold by all UK providers are fixed in duration and price for at least one year. Tariff prices quoted exclude VAT and the Climate Change Levy (CCL). Additional discounts of up to 7% may apply for paying by monthly Direct Debit. Terms and conditions apply to all deals and vary by provider.

Can I Get a Variable Priced Contract?

Fixed price contracts are the norm for the majority of customers in the UK. Some energy companies are starting to offer a variable priced option that is prevalent for the residential market. The main drawback of having variable rates is that they can be increased at any time inline with wholesale market changes. Tariffs may also reduce in cost, but that's a rare occurance in the current climate.

What Are The Benefits of Using Our Business Services?

The experienced team have a combined experience of over 75 years. Each highly trained expert will fully understand your needs and locate a tariff suitable for your needs.

Additional Energy Resources

The government agency Ofgem regulates the B2B energy market ensuring fair play within the industry. There's a voluntary code of conduct administered by the Utilities Intermediary Association for Third Party Intermediaries (TPIs). The Energy Savings Trust has information on efficiency measures you can introduce. The Carbon Trust advises businesses on reducing carbon emissions and current legislation.