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28 Sep

Why Should I Compare Business Gas Suppliers UK?

by Simon Thompson
 
In our 19 years of business, we have found three main reasons why people tend to want to compare business gas suppliers UK, and they are: Business is all about the bottom line and switching your business gas supplier can be a great way to save some cash – in exactly the same way that switching your home gas supplier is Customer service. Many people find that the customer support is lacking when they are facing issues with their business energy – and they want to make sure they have the right help when they need it Many companies have now changed their focus towards being more sustainable, and they want their business energy supplier to reflect that change as well.   If you have looked at business gas prices and wondered if you could pay less for them, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the process of switching business gas supplier is actually fairly straight-forward. All you need to do is fill in our online form, and we will call you back with a list of the most competitive quotes available. Then all you have to do is choose the quote that you prefer. Your chosen business energy supplier should be able to handle the switchover for you. You should see no disruption to your gas supply, and there should be no groundwork needed as every supplier uses the same pipes to deliver your gas. There are a couple of things you will need to do though, and these are: Make sure all outstanding bills for your existing supplier are paid in full Take a final meter reading   Don’t forget as well, that you can’t switch business energy supplier until your existing contract has ended. Meaning, you can’t sign up to a new business gas supplier until the “switching window” is open – which is usually between one and six months before the end of your existing contract. When you switch with D-ENERGi, whether it be for cheaper business electricity prices or because you want a greener energy supplier, we will take all the weight off your shoulders and pull all available quotes together for you so you can concentrate on running your business.
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21 Sep

How to Find the Cheapest Business Electricity Prices

by Simon Thompson
 
It is a fairly obvious fact that businesses will tend to use more electricity than households, and energy is also much more important to them as well. If you are a business who has suffered from a power cut, then you will know that it cannot only impact your credibility but your bottom line as well. This is why when it comes to comparing energy suppliers, it shouldn’t just be about the cheapest business electricity prices, but amazing customer service as well. You need to know that they have your back, and will get any issues resolved in record time. When you use D-ENERGi to help you to compare business energy suppliers, therefore, we won’t just look at who the cheapest business electricity supplier is, but also who is offering the right level of customer service for your business – saving you not only money but potential headaches as well. When it comes to comparing suppliers, it is hard to give you an exact amount on how much you could potentially save because your quote will be based on individual items such as your business size, how many staff you have, and how your business is run. We have been doing this for over 19 years though, so we know our stuff, and will work really hard to get you the most competitive quote out there. Switching energy suppliers when you are a business customer isn’t as simple as if you have switched your home energy supplier. Yes, your electricity and gas will still come through the same pipes (as they do at home) but as a business, you can’t change supplier willy nilly, you have to wait until you have entered your contracts “switching window” which is usually somewhere around one to six months before the end of your contract. Once you have entered the “switching window” you should definitely do a business energy price comparison so that you have your new tariff and contract lined up and ready to go when your existing contract ends. If you want to find the cheapest business electricity rates UK you just need to get in touch with the D-ENERGi team. Just fill in the quick form on our website and we will call you straight back with the best quotes on the market – whether you are looking for business electricity, business gas, or both.
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14 Sep

How to Compare Business Electricity Prices Per kWh

by Simon Thompson
 
There is no easy way to compare business electricity prices per kWh as there is no standard price for it at the moment, so it can be difficult for businesses to know how much they should be paying. Having said that, there are some figures available out there that try and show what the average number of kWh business may use on average on annually, by business size, which is a good place to start: A Micro Business (employs less than ten people) will probably use around 8000 kWh a year A Small Business (employs between ten and fifty people) will probably be around 20,000 kWh per year A Medium Business (employs between fifty and two hundred and fifty people) will probably use around 40,000 kWh per year A Large Business (employs over two hundred and fifty people) will probably use around 60,000 kWh per year   Research has shown that Small and Medium businesses tend to pay between 2.9p and 3.4p per kWh but have a higher standing charge of approximately 70p a day. Lower prices for kWh tend to be reserved for those companies that are using 100,000 kWh or more. As you can imagine, the business electricity prices per kWh can vary dramatically depending on which energy company your contract is with, as well as how many kWh you are using. This is why it is best to compare your annual bill when looking at switching suppliers, rather than just focusing on the absolute rates. Make sure you have your past years’ consumption data to hand when you are comparing prices so that you get a truer picture of what the overall price might be. It is important to keep in mind as well, that the price per kWh is not the only cost you will see on your bill, you will also see a standing charge – which is paid at a daily rate regardless of how much energy you actually use. You will also see taxation charges as well, such as VAT and CCL (Climate Change Levy). Keep in mind as well that business gas prices per kWh tend to be lower than business electricity prices as well. If you are thinking of switching business electricity or gas supplier, then contact the team at D-ENERGi as we can help make the process much simpler.
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