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1 Feb

How to Switch Business Gas Suppliers UK

by Simon Thompson
 
With so many providers competing in the marketplace, there’s probably never been a better time to switch business gas suppliers UK for firms and organisations. That is because switching your business or electricity supplier is one of the best ways of accessing the lowest prices and the best deals. However, with so many suppliers competing for your custom, it can appear to be overwhelming trying to select the supplier who will best meet your needs. The first step to switching is to know when your current gas supply contract comes up for renewal since this opens a window of opportunity to move providers and save money. Business gas prices you have agreed to pay The date for your energy contract renewal will be or should be, clearly stated on your energy contract and depending on the length of contract you sign, this could be several years ahead for the business gas prices you have agreed to pay. The notice period will vary between suppliers, so it’s always worthwhile checking or you could ask your energy provider for this information and they must send a renewal letter. Larger energy customers may not get a letter sent and if they don’t react within the specified time span, then they may be rolled onto another one-year contract and paying higher rates. There are a number of issues affecting the prices that will be quoted, including your geographical location, your firm’s size and how much energy you use along with how long you would like your business gas contract to run for. Firms wanting cheaper business electricity prices This situation is the same for those firms wanting cheaper business electricity prices and they too will have a window of opportunity in which they must act. It’s also not possible to enjoy a dual fuel deal to make the process of switching energy providers easier but you can have the same supplier delivering both gas and electricity to your premises. In addition to understanding contract lengths, you also need to appreciate the unit price, that’s the price paid per kilowatt hour (kWh) of gas or electricity, along with a standing charge, which is a daily fee charged to maintain the National Grid. As mentioned earlier, the process to switch business gas suppliers UK, and also for electricity, can appear to be confusing and daunting because so many suppliers are competing for your custom but the helpful team at D-Energi can help you find a better deal in just a few minutes and take care of the switchover process.
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31 Jan

The Impact of Brexit on Business

by Simon Thompson
30 Jan

Source the Cheapest Business Electricity Rates UK

by Simon Thompson
 
If you and your business or organisation want to source the cheapest business electricity rates UK to help lower overheads, then this article will help. Firstly, the electricity rates paid by business are usually very different to the ones that a residential user will pay. Also, the contracts are set up differently and you will need to negotiate directly with a business electricity supplier. This may mean that getting a good deal on business electricity prices can become complicated, but the effort will help boost profits. Finding the cheapest business electricity prices If you haven’t bothered switching electricity providers before then finding the cheapest business electricity prices should be straightforward. That’s because your current provider has probably rolled you over automatically onto ‘deemed’ rates which tend to be much more expensive than they would be for new customers. Depending on the size of your business, you may be locked into these rates for a full year but if you’re a small business, you can move onto a new supplier. The main aim when searching for the cheapest business electricity deal is to find one that will keep your running costs low. Choosing the cheapest business electricity supplier When it comes to choosing the cheapest business electricity supplier, it may pay dividends to avoid asking the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers to provide a quote. That’s because their prices may be very similar whereas there are lots of smaller energy firms that have entered the market and offer better deals and tariffs. Before switching, you’ll need to know the length of the contract you will be entering, the price you will pay and if there are any other incentives for signing up. Contracts vary from between one to five years with the longer contracts attracting the better prices and you can use this opportunity to find a supplier of green energy, for example, or one that will help you reduce your electric bills with a consultancy service. You could even save by choosing a fixed term contract over a variable rate deal which will see prices rise and fall in line with wholesale costs. However, it may be worth speaking with experts who understand how the business electricity supply market works and ask for their help. This will mean contacting the friendly team at D-Energi who have the expertise to help you source the cheapest business electricity rates UK in just a few minutes.
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28 Jan

Access Low Business Gas Prices per kWh

by Simon Thompson
 
As a small business owner, there’s no doubt that every penny counts and you should not be paying more for your energy than is necessary which means you need to access low business gas prices per kWh (kilowatt hour). By doing so, you could save hundreds of pounds off your gas and electricity bills every year. To help you achieve this, there’s a team of experts at D-Energi waiting for your call to show you how this is possible. But why should a small business look at their energy prices per kilowatt hour? The answer is that this will give a better indication of what potential savings can be made. Compare business electricity prices per kWh If you’ve been on the same energy tariff for a long time, then it’s likely that you haven’t shopped around to compare business electricity prices per kWh, or for gas for that matter. The main issue to appreciate is that businesses will be spending more on their energy needs than they would at home but unlike our domestic supply, there’s no such thing as an off-the-shelf tariff. That’s because each energy provider will calculate their potential business energy contract on an individual basis. This means that their offer is bespoke, which also makes it a tad more difficult working out exactly how much your business should be paying for its electricity and gas. But by using the price per kilowatt hour, then you will have a clearer idea. Business electricity prices per kWh When shopping for business electricity prices per kWh, you will find that these rates will vary between suppliers and opting for the lowest rate may not be the cheapest option. While that may sound like a contradiction, as a business owner you will also need to look at the potential supplier’s standing charge which could be much more than their rivals. This means there are no savings to be enjoyed because what you’ll be spending less per kilowatt hour you will be spending more on the fee that pays for the delivery of energy to your premises and helping pay to maintain the National Grid. There’s no need to make the issue of accessing low business gas prices per kWh, or indeed electricity prices, more difficult than it needs to be and the D-Energi team can help you navigate these markets to find the best deal for your needs.
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