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9 Jan

Cheaper Commercial Electricity Rates Explained

by Simon Thompson
 

If you believe that your firm or organisation is paying more than it should be for electricity, then it’s time to consider switching to cheaper commercial electricity rates.

While this sounds straightforward, how can you be sure that you will get the best commercial rate available?

The simple answer is, you will not know.

You could speak with electricity suppliers directly or use an online comparison site but these sites may not be searching the entire marketplace.

Instead, it’s probably a better idea to speak with experts who understand how the market works and can search the whole energy market to find you the deal that best meets your needs.

Finding a cheap commercial electricity quote

This will mean contacting the experts at D-Energi to discuss finding a cheap commercial electricity quote that will reduce your overheads.

However, even before this search begins you will need to appreciate that the rate that your business should pay for electricity will be affected by a number of factors.

Among the criteria will be the size of your firm, also the location and size of the premises as well as the number of employees and whether you have any energy efficiency measures in place.

It’s also a good idea to appreciate how much electricity that business of your size will be using and how much the electricity rates for your business consumption will be.

The cheapest business electric prices

Essentially, the cheapest business electric prices will depend on the criteria stated above, so a micro-business will be paying slightly more per unit than a small business will.

And the small business will be paying slightly more than a medium business will be doing and these are larger firms that will be using, on average, between 30,000 and 50,000 kWh every year.

You also need to consider the daily standing charge that is levied for delivering electricity to your premises and this price is also affected by the size and location of the business as well.

While this may appear to be confusing and time-consuming it really isn’t because having experts source and then arrange the switch to a new provider is straightforward and there is no loss of electricity supply when you decide to move.

If you would like to know more about how to source cheaper commercial electricity rates to reduce overheads, then it is time to speak with the friendly team at D-Energi who can find a cheaper deal and take care of the switchover process too.

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