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2 Nov

Who Is The UK’s Cheapest Business Electricity Supplier?

by Simon Thompson
 
While ‘Who is the UK’s cheapest business electricity supplier?’ may appear to be a straightforward question, it’s one without a straightforward answer. That’s because the deal being offered by a potential new electricity supplier has to be tailored to your own needs and also suppliers have different criteria and they will all need to know the size and location of your business, the industry you work in and how much energy you will be using. This then makes conducting a price comparison exercise fairly difficult because the offers will vary and you need to be aware of the cost price per unit of energy plus the standing charge that the potential new supplier may impose. One of the best ways of finding out what the market rate from a new energy supplier may be for your business is to use an online comparison site but be aware that they may not be searching the entire marketplace and you will still need to speak with a new supplier and give them various details before a bespoke deal will be offered. Finding the cheapest business electricity rates UK It is this exercise of finding the cheapest business electricity rates UK that can be off-putting for firms and organisations, particularly for business owners who may not have a lot of time to spare. It may help that the team of experts at D-Energi have the time and expertise to focus on delivering the best and cheapest business electricity rates for your business to deliver substantial cost savings. Also, unlike the business energy price comparison site, the D-Energi team will search the entire marketplace to find the best supplier and the best tariff for your firm’s needs. In addition, it may also be worthwhile sourcing a new supplier who offers an energy consultancy to help your firm use less energy to boost your green credentials and deliver impressive long-term savings as well. Finding the cheapest business electricity prices There’s no doubt that the time it takes in finding the cheapest business electricity prices means many firms will not bother when their current supplier contacts them with details of their next year’s bills. However, without searching the marketplace, how will your business know you are not being overcharged for the electricity that you use? The answer is you don’t but you won’t be alone because a government survey has highlighted that around 40% of firms have never bothered switching their electricity supplier. This may be an expensive mistake because the supplier may have moved them onto a ‘deemed’ contract automatically and these contracts have higher rates. If you want to know more about finding out who is the UK’s cheapest business electricity supplier and to switch and save on your energy costs, then it’s time to speak with the D-Energi team.
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31 Oct

Must You Understand Business Gas Prices Per kWh?

by Simon Thompson
 
In the search for cheap business gas prices, must you really understand business gas prices per kWh in order to save? The answer is both ‘yes’ and ‘no’. While it’s natural to want the best and cheapest business gas tariff available, understanding how suppliers price these tariffs will be important. This will mean understanding the price per kilowatt hour between suppliers and then making a comparison but also appreciating that the standing charge may also be increased for a low tariff to make up the difference. Alternatively, if this seems too confusing and time-consuming, then no, you do not need to understand business gas prices per kilowatt hour because you can simply call the experts at D-Energi who will find the cheapest prices for you. Understand business electricity prices per kWh This also extends to whether you need to understand business electricity prices per kWh and while these do vary between suppliers, it’s finding the tariff that will best meet your needs that you need to focus on. By sourcing a cheaper electricity supplier you will lower your energy bills immediately but you’ll still need to carry out a price comparison exercise in order to do this. However, this isn’t quite as straightforward as it sounds because there are various criteria that have an impact on the prices being quoted and these will include the size and location of your business and also your previous energy use. This data will help provide a new supplier to deliver an accurate quote and offer a tailored deal. Compare business electricity prices per kWh It’s because business gas and electricity suppliers must offer a bespoke quote means that the opportunity to compare business electricity prices per kWh on a like-for-like basis is difficult. Your business could use one of the many business energy price comparison websites and while these are useful they may not be searching the entire marketplace to find the best deal. Additionally, you will still need to speak with a recommended supplier because they must tailor their offering to your needs. Your firm could obviously contact potential energy suppliers directly but this again is time-consuming and it can be confusing in working out which supplier is making the best offer. The easiest way for you and your firm to understand business gas prices per kWh, and also for electricity prices, is to speak with the experts at D-Energi who will explain everything you need to know.
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29 Oct

Save EVERY Time You Compare Energy Prices

by Simon Thompson
 
Even though it can be a confusing process, your business can save every time you compare energy prices between suppliers. There’s the potential to substantially reduce overheads and every business should carry out this exercise every year. And since most businesses will be using more energy than the average home, it’s important to have control over how much you are being charged and to be on the correct business energy tariff that will meet your needs. Essentially, when comparing business energy rates between suppliers, there will be two types of contracts being offered. Appreciate what business energy prices per kWh The contracts will either be a flexible rate or a fixed tariff so it may pay to appreciate what business energy prices per kWh are. That’s because both types of these tariffs will offer a unit cost and both tariffs will have disadvantages and advantages. It’s important that you compare thoroughly all commercial energy tariffs from suppliers before making a decision to switch and the issue of business energy prices per kilowatt hour will play an important role in this process. But, like most things in life, you need to be aware of standing charges because the supplier may offer a low price per kilowatt hour but have a hefty standing charge instead. Indeed, what appears to be a great deal because of a low unit price may be no such thing once you calculate the real costs including the standing charge – which helps pay for the network to supply energy to your premises. Business electricity rates per kWh Most firms and organisations will sign up for a fixed rate contract where the business electricity rates per kWh are agreed for the next year. For cheaper rates, it is possible to sign up for a longer term business energy contract which may prove useful to some firms because it will help with cash flow and your firm will know what the energy bills are going to be. The alternative is to sign up to a flexible rate contract, some suppliers call them variable rate contracts, and these are linked in market activity. Essentially, the cost of your energy may fall or increase in the duration of your contract so in a severe winter, for example, you may see a variable business energy tariff being increased. The best way to save when you compare energy prices is to contact the team at D-Energi who have the expertise to search the entire marketplace and find a tariff that will not only meet your needs but be much cheaper as well.
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26 Oct

How to Undertake a Business Electricity Comparison Exercise

by Simon Thompson
 
One effective way of reducing overheads is to undertake a business electricity comparison exercise between suppliers and switch to the cheapest provider. But how does a busy business owner go about doing this effectively? The short answer is to speak with the friendly team at D-Energi who can access the entire marketplace and with a few details and a few minutes find a new electricity provider. It’s also possible to speak with electricity suppliers directly, give them the same details and they will then give you a quote – depending on the size of your business and energy needs, the industry you work in and also your location. However, comparing the offers between providers is not straightforward so you may find it easier to use a comparison website. A business gas comparison exercise As a busy business owner, you will find there are sites to enable a business gas comparison exercise to take place as well as searching for new electricity suppliers. There’s no doubt that the sites provide a quick way of finding out what the potential market offer will be for your business needs. However, the site may not search all of the potential suppliers so there could be better and cheaper deals available that will go unnoticed. That’s not the case when you use the D-Energi team who will strive to find the best deal that meets your needs and also find a supplier to offer other valuable add-ons, such as a business energy consultancy that will help your firm reduce the amount of energy it uses to help deliver impressive long-term savings. Undertake a business energy comparison exercise All firms and organisations should undertake a business energy comparison exercise every year to ensure that they are in control of their overheads and that these costs will not run out of control, particularly in a cold winter when the gas bill may rocket in value. For most firms, their energy bills are one of their biggest outgoings so it makes sense to check every year and this may be a rewarding exercise if you access a great deal and reduce your energy costs substantially. But you won’t be able to do that unless you begin the search and the best time is when your current supplier gets in touch with your next year’s deal. Also, if you haven’t switched for several years then you may have been moved to a deemed contract, which is more expensive but you won’t have to pay penalty fees to leave this contract. For more help and advice about how you can undertake a business electricity comparison exercise to reduce costs, then it’s time to contact the D-Energi team.
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