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19 Dec

Get the Best Business Gas Prices

by Simon Thompson
 
No firm or organisation wants to be paying more than they should be for their energy needs, which means that they should regularly research the marketplace to get the best business gas prices and also for electricity. However, business owners tend to be very busy people and while they may want to enjoy cheaper utility bills they may not have the time nor the inclination to scour the market to find a deal that suits their needs. Despite this, it will be time well spent switching to a cheaper gas supplier because their cash flow will be improved with a better business gas deal. The price for inactivity means that your business gas supplier has probably rolled you over automatically onto a contract with a ‘deemed’ rate which tends to be pricier than those for new customers. Switching business gas suppliers UK With the prospect of big savings to be enjoyed by switching business gas suppliers UK, the process of switching should be looked at every year to enjoy the best possible deal and to save money on overheads. There are some issues, however, when it comes to switching and one of them is the difficulty of predicting future business gas prices. That’s because the wholesale price of gas is affected by a number of issues, including weather, supply and global events which all have an impact on how much your firm will pay for its gas needs. The other issue for firms looking to switch is a difficulty in comparing deals between suppliers on a like-for-like basis because suppliers will offer a bespoke offering to meet your needs. Some suppliers will also other attractive incentives, for example, a consultancy to help you reduce the amount of gas you consume as a business. Finding cheaper business electricity prices The issue of switching to cheaper gas supplier also extends to finding cheaper business electricity prices to meet your needs and the switchover process is similar for both utilities and while the firm cannot access dual fuel deals, they can have the same firm supply their gas and electricity needs. As a business owner, you could contact gas and electricity suppliers directly for a quote or you could use an online comparison site which is quick and easy to use. This site, however, may not search the entire marketplace and you will still need to negotiate directly with the supplier to have a bespoke quote created. Perhaps the best alternative for busy business owners who are tight for time is to speak with the experts at D-Energi who can, in just a few minutes, find the best business gas prices and electricity deals that will best meet your needs.
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17 Dec

Sourcing the Cheapest Business Electricity Supplier

by Simon Thompson
 
There’s no doubt that firms and organisations in the UK have a huge choice for energy suppliers so sourcing the cheapest business electricity supplier is important. That’s because choosing the best energy contract to meet your needs will also save money and boost profitability. Though the market is still dominated by the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers, there are smaller suppliers in the market offering cheaper options. Also, by choosing to switch to a more competitive electricity plan is not only straightforward but it’s easy to achieve and will boost savings on the firm’s current electricity bills. Find that cheapest business electricity rates UK The best way to find the cheapest business electricity rates UK is to compare the offerings from a wide range of potential suppliers – including the ‘Big Six’. While firms can contact energy suppliers directly, this can be a time-consuming process that may confuse since comparing like-for-like offers between suppliers is difficult. There’s also the potential of using a business energy comparison website for this purpose but the site may not be searching the entire marketplace so there could be cheaper offers available that your firm will not have access to. And even before you begin the process to find a cheaper business electricity supplier, you’ll need to understand some terminology and know what type of deal you are after to ensure you get the best offers. The cheapest business electricity prices Finding the cheapest business electricity prices from such a wide offering is made easier by the friendly D-Energi team who can access the entire marketplace and find the bespoke deal that will best meet your needs. All firms and organisations can simply choose the cheapest deal that’s on offer but they may opt for other services, such as having a smart meter to help them understand and reduce their electricity consumption. Other firms may be looking for advanced invoicing requirements so they can have one supplier supply electricity to several locations but issue just one invoice for this. Another important question to appreciate is how long you want to fix your contract for and while many suppliers offer one-year deals, others will offer rates for up to five years which may attract some firms because they will know what their electricity bills are going to be. If you are looking for more help and advice when sourcing the cheapest business electricity supply that will best meet your needs, you need to speak with the team of experts at D-Energi.
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14 Dec

Do You Understand Your Business Electricity Prices Per kWh?

by Simon Thompson
 
When it comes to finding a new energy provider to save money, it’s important that you understand your business electricity prices per kWh. That’s because this figure can vary hugely tween suppliers and the first step to finding out whether you will save is to compare prices effectively. This means having a breakdown of a supplier’s unit rates, which will be expressed per kilowatt hour (kWh), and also any standing charges they have – this is the amount they will charge every day for supplying energy to your premises. Again, the standing charge costs can vary hugely which makes comparing the offering between suppliers more difficult and you will need to be wary about using an estimated annual cost when establishing the savings because these costs can vary. Compare business electricity prices per kWh between providers The first step in reducing your firm’s energy bill is to compare business electricity prices per kWh between providers is to use a comparison site as an effective way of benchmarking. The site will use your details and search for the best deal from a number of suppliers which will have their prices quoted as unit rates, plus the standing charge. However, there are criteria affecting the prices, including the size and location of your business and the industry you operate in. These will have a big impact on quotes. It’s also important to appreciate that the supplier must offer a bespoke quote and you will need to speak to them for a precise figure. You can also use the benchmarking price from a supplier to negotiate with your current provider in the hope of accessing a better and cheaper deal. Cheaper electricity and business gas prices per kWh One effective way of searching the entire marketplace to find cheaper electricity and business gas prices per kWh is to speak with the experts at D-Energi. That’s because the team will search the entire marketplace on your behalf, find a cheaper deal and take care of the negotiations and switchover process. In addition, it may also be possible to enjoy an energy consultancy to help reduce your bills even further by using less energy wherever possible. There’s no doubt that haggling with a potential energy provider is an effective business tactic, but not every small business owner will have the time or inclination to do this. This may also help explain why, according to a government survey, 40% of firms have never switched their energy provider and may have been moved on to a more expensive contract. For help in accessing cheaper business electricity prices per kWh then contact the D-Energi team.
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12 Dec

Save When You Compare Business Energy Prices Per kWh

by Simon Thompson
 
Most firms will be looking to cut their energy costs and they can do so when they compare business energy prices per kWh. This is probably the most effective way to understand what a potential supplier will be charging and ensure that by switching energy providers there are genuine savings to be enjoyed. That’s because a potential supplier may quote a lower price per kilowatt hour (kWh) but have a much higher standing charge which means that you may not be making any savings whatsoever. However, it’s important that this exercise is carried out every year because small firms can make big savings; a lot depends on the size of your organisation and some firms will be able to reduce their bills by several thousands of pounds by simply switching providers. Compare energy prices between suppliers One of the big issues, when a firm wants to compare energy prices between suppliers, is that they will insist on offering a bespoke quote. This makes it more difficult to compare the offerings and deliver real cost savings but it doesn’t mean that it’s impossible. There are several ways of seeking and then comparing energy quotes and one of the best ways is to speak with D-Energi who can search the entire marketplace for a bespoke offering. Alternatively, a small business can use an online comparison site to find a market rate for their needs but they will still need to speak to the supplier to get a bespoke deal and the site may not be searching the whole marketplace. It’s also possible to use the information from the online comparison site to deal directly with a potential supplier and haggle for a better deal but not every small business owner will have the time or the enthusiasm to undertake this exercise. Understanding business electricity rates per kWh While understanding business electricity rates per kWh are important, firms also need to appreciate the standing charge, which is the amount the supplier will levy for delivering energy to their premises. The best time to carry out the comparison exercise is when your current gas or electricity provider contacts you with details of your next year’s contract rates. This is a prompt to find a new supplier to make the switch, though a government investigation highlights that 40% of firms have not switched and they could be overpaying for energy. If you don’t want this to be you and your firm or organisation and if you are looking to make big savings on your overheads, then you should speak with the D-Energi team who will be able to explain more about how you can compare business energy prices per kWh and save.
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