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1 Oct

How to Compare Business Energy Quotes

by Simon Thompson
 

If your firm or organisation needs to switch on to cheaper energy deals then this article will explain more about how to compare business energy quotes to access the savings.

Every business should be looking at their energy overheads on a regular basis because this is a quick and effective way to make savings though not every firm will do so.

One government survey has highlighted that 40% of businesses in the UK have never bothered switching which means they are probably paying much more than they need to for their energy needs.

In many cases, their current supplier will have moved them automatically onto a ‘deemed’ contract which tends to have higher rates.

Compare business electricity prices between providers

With energy prices fluctuating on a regular basis, it will pay to compare business electricity prices between providers and then undertake a switch.

It helps that there are comparison sites available for a business to compare the offerings between providers, but the site being used may not be searching the whole market.

While you may access a cheaper deal, there may be better offerings available elsewhere, plus you will still need to speak with somebody because the energy provider must offer a bespoke contract.

You could also contact a potential energy supplier directly, give them a few details and see what they will offer you as a new customer.

Compare business gas prices between suppliers

This exercise also extends to those who are looking to compare business gas prices between suppliers.

As with electricity, gas prices also fluctuate and these prices vary because of a range of factors including world events, demand and also the size of your business and its location.

Also, your business credit score may be taken into account to get the better deals.

Another issue for those who are looking for a new business energy deal is to consider a longer contract, for example, two or three years rather than the standard one-year contract because a supplier may offer a cheaper deal for doing so.

There’s no doubt that when it comes to sourcing a new energy deal that it can be a time-consuming and confusing process, particularly for a busy business owner, but there are ways of achieving a great deal and have someone to take care of the switchover process.

That is to speak to the team of experts at D-Energi about how they can compare business energy quotes on your behalf to deliver impressive and realistic savings.