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1 Jul

Half Hourly Electricity Prices Explained

by Simon Thompson

If your business is a large consumer of electricity and you need half hourly electricity prices explained, then this article will help.

Firstly, you’ll need to appreciate that because your firm is a large consumer that you will have a special half hourly electricity meter installed.

These meters will send accurate consumption data to the supplier every 30 minutes, which is why they are called half hourly electricity meters.

It’s this data that ensures you receive accurate bills and it is also an opportunity for another supplier to analyse this information and then offer you a bespoke deal, hopefully at much lower rates.

Negotiate directly with half hourly electricity suppliers

However, since large consumers can access much lower prices, you’ll need to negotiate directly with half hourly electricity suppliers to get a deal.

Not every firm will have the expertise or time to do this, but there are experts who will be to explain any jargon and help with negotiations.

This means contacting the friendly team at D-Energi who can find a better half hourly deal on your behalf and then negotiate with the supplier for the switchover process to begin.

And since you are a large consumer of electricity, you may be worried that there may be a loss of supply when you do switch but this will not happen and you’ll simply receive a bill from your new supplier.

A new half hourly electricity deal

The big attraction when switching to a new half hourly electricity deal is that this offering is tailored to your firm’s specific needs and your budget.

Like small and medium-sized firms, your business can agree to fixed half hourly meter charges so you know what your budgeting requirements will be.

Alternatively, you could take a risk by opting for a variable rate which means your meter rate will change throughout your contract’s duration and if prices fall, then you’ll make big savings.

Obviously, you could contact the potential half-hour electricity supplier directly but regulator Ofgem believes that the contracts can be complex and you’ll need experienced or dedicated people to undertake this task for you.

The D-Energi team also offers help with the administration of the contract and paperwork so the switchover is seamless which leaves you to focus on your day-to-day business activities.

If you would like more help and information about half hourly electricity prices and meters, then you need to speak with the experts at D-Energi today.