Find Cheap Commercial Energy Prices
Posted on Mar 17, 2017
This will mean contacting the team at D-Energi who understand how the market works and will have the latest tariffs and offers available.
However, it’s also possible for organisations to check whether they are paying more than they need to for their energy needs by looking at various business energy comparison websites.
By doing so they will find out what the market rates are for from suppliers to deliver energy to a firm like theirs.
It should be noted though that using comparison websites on a like-for-like basis is difficult since the business energy quote will need to be tailored to the firm’s own needs.
There’s no doubt that all businesses will need an energy supply but they must look for the best rates for commercial users.
Better commercial energy prices
To a large extent, the better commercial energy prices are determined by their energy demand and firms will be able to save a substantial amount of their energy bill by simply switching energy supplier.
In order to make a switch, the firm will need a recent energy bill to hand which will have their registration details on it and they must also know the date when their contract comes to an end.
Another important point is that they will not be able to switch contracts before this term ends and there’s only a limited window of opportunity for doing so.
In addition, should a firm not use this window of opportunity, they will then roll onto a contract that will probably be charging them more than they need to for their energy needs.
The firm will also need to know their meter numbers, also known as MPRN and MPAN, and these are located on the meters themselves and on their energy bill.
Compare energy suppliers for a cheap commercial energy quote
Some firms may also be questioning why they need to compare energy suppliers for a cheap commercial energy quote.
There is a range of reasons for doing so, the main one being that they will inevitably reduce their overheads with lower bills. This means profitability will increase.
As most businesses will be looking at their costs on a regular basis, it makes sense to analyse the business energy market to ensure that the best commercial energy rates are being accessed.
It’s also possible, with the prospect of energy prices increasing in the future, for an organisation to lock themselves into fixed rate over several years to avoid any potential steep price increases.
In addition, a new commercial energy supplier may then tailor their energy package that is specific to the firm’s own needs.
Some suppliers also undertake an energy audit to ensure that the firm is not only paying the best tariffs available but is using their energy efficiently which will help lower bills as well.
Low-cost commercial energy suppliers for electricity and gas
For organisations wanting low-cost commercial energy suppliers for electricity and gas, then it makes sense to shop around or at least look at the market on a regular basis.
Also, with many firms looking to boost their environmental credentials, it’s also possible to switch to a commercial supplier that will source their supply from renewable sources.
This means the commercial energy supplier is using solar power and wind power, as well as tidal power, to produce their electricity supply.
There’s no doubt that the time and energy spent by a firm looking for a better commercial energy deal will be time well spent.
And while the comparison websites will give a good indication of how much money can be saved, it is not until the organisation contacts the supplier directly to get a bespoke quote for their needs, will they actually know what the savings will be.
There are two important issues to bear in mind for those firms and organisations looking to switch energy suppliers.
Switchover process is quick and seamless
The first is that the switchover process is quick and seamless and there will be no interruption to their energy supply when they transfer to a new gas or electricity supplier.
The second most important issue is that they need to be wary when contacting a potential new energy supplier for a bespoke quote that they do not agree to the deal being offered on the phone.
That’s because the contract will be accepted and there is no cooling off period for firms to do this and they will have to do see out the full term of their new contract before they can find a new supplier.
Alternatively, as mentioned previously, an effective and quick way to analyse the entire commercial energy market is to contact the team at D-Energi who will have the best tariffs available at their fingertips so there’s no time wasted in trying to find cheap energy prices.