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28 Aug

If You Want to Save on Business Electricity

by Simon Thompson
 

If you are looking to reduce overheads and want to save on business electricity bills, then this article will help.

All firms and organisations should look at their costs on a regular basis and then consider whether they can reduce their energy bills by switching providers.

The market is a competitive one and the switchover process is straightforward and there’s no loss of supply.

Unfortunately, one recent government survey has revealed that around 40% of firms haven’t bothered switching in the last few years and are probably overpaying on their electricity bills.

Compare business electricity per kWh offers

The first step to save on electricity costs is to compare business electricity per kWh (kilowatt-hours) offers between providers.

To do this, you’ll need to find competitive quotes from suppliers and know when your current contract comes to an end.

You could contact the suppliers directly but you may find this is time-consuming and comparing their bespoke deals can be confusing.

There’s also the opportunity of using one of the many online business electricity comparison sites for this purpose.

The major downside is that the sites tend not to search the entire market, so there could be better offers available.

Not only should you check how many potential suppliers are being contacted to offer a quote on these sites, you will still need to speak with the recommended supplier directly for a bespoke deal.

Compare business energy per kWh costs

Indeed, when you need to compare business energy per kWh costs, it will pay to speak with the experts because there are several issues to consider.

Basically, you will receive a wide range of offers and deals but each supplier uses different criteria which will range from the location of your business as prices will vary on a regional basis.

In addition, a potential supplier will need to know how much energy your firm uses every year, how many employees you have and they may even want to know whether you have plans to expand.

All of these issues have a bearing on the prices being quoted and some suppliers will offer other incentives, including an energy consultancy to help you reduce energy consumption levels.

If you want to save on business electricity costs and would like to work with experts who can search the entire marketplace on your behalf, then you need to speak with the friendly D-Energi team today.