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12 Dec

How to Compare Business Gas Prices and Save

by Simon Thompson
 

There is no doubt that every business should compare business gas prices on a regular basis so they can save money since most will save substantial amounts when they do so.

The process for finding and comparing prices between suppliers is easier than it has ever been before so a business can see easily how much money they could save.

This means it’s important that a firm should not accept a renewal quote from an existing energy supplier until checking how much they could save with another business energy supplier.

Easiest way of finding the cheapest gas tariff for a business

The easiest way of finding the cheapest gas tariff for a business is to contact the helpful team at D-Energi who will have all of the latest offers and tariffs available so a business can see the whole market rather than a selection of it.

The best way of finding a cheaper energy quote is to have a recent energy bill to hand which will have information needed for the search which itself only takes around 10 minutes to compare various prices and tariffs.

For many firms and organisations, their utility bills are likely to be a major source of expenditure and the savings to be made will vary – some larger business energy users could save several thousand pounds every year by switching.

Find a better commercial gas quote with one phone call

This means that many businesses that remain with their supplier for a long time are unlikely to be enjoying the best tariffs and are probably paying more for their energy than they need to but they can easily find a better commercial gas quote with one phone call.

So, while domestic energy users are familiar with comparing energy prices and are urged to switch on a regular basis, that’s not quite the same case with business customers.

One reason for this is that some organisations may believe that the process is complicated and that they may lose energy supply during the switching process. They will not and the process itself is seamless.

Just to underline the question of how much a business can save, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has revealed that the customers of a ‘Big Six’ supplier could save an average of 6% every year on their energy bills by switching suppliers.

Good reason for all firms to make the switch

That’s a good reason for all firms to make the switch but for those organisations who are big energy users that could be a substantial sum of money that will boost profitability instead of being spent on energy bills.

Indeed, business customers are being encouraged to shop around and under new rules their current energy supplier must tell them what their future tariff will be and whether they can find it cheaper elsewhere.

Help and advice on the question of how to compare business gas prices in today’s market can be found from the helpful team at D-Energi.