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5 Feb

Should You Compare Business Energy Prices per kWh?

by Simon Thompson
 

In the search for cheaper utility bills, you may be wondering whether you should compare business energy prices per kWh (kilowatt hour) and whether there are bigger savings to be made.

Firstly, it’s important to understand that there is a lot of competition in the business energy supply market and it will be more complicated than finding a new supplier for our homes.

In addition to finding a supplier, businesses also need to consider whether the plan being offered is the right one for their needs and how much it will cost.

And how much business energy deals will cost will depend on the firm’s size, what they do every day for business and the location of their premises.

Deals are expressed for business electricity rates per kWh

So, when a firm begins the search for a new electricity supplier it will become apparent that the deals are expressed for business electricity rates per kWh and some firms may find this confusing.

Before switching supplier, it’s important that firms contact several potential suppliers for a quote and get their price per kWh which will be expressed in pence.

However, we should highlight that you should tread carefully because while the ‘big six’ energy suppliers may offer the highest prices per kilowatt hour, you also need to check the standing charge which is also expressed in pence per day.

Essentially, a supplier may offer what appears to be a great tariff in price per kWh but the standing charge may be much more than their competitors.

Process to compare energy prices

This means the process to compare energy prices is anything but straightforward but there are websites available to help you understand what the potential market rate for your business might be.

The downside to using an online comparison website for business electricity rates is that they may not be searching the entire market and you’ll still need to contact the supplier directly.

It’s also a time-consuming process to speak with several suppliers and give them the same information every time to get a bespoke quote.

And even with the bespoke offering, you will still need to calculate which will be the best deal on offer by looking at the price per kilowatt hour and also the standing charge.

 

An easy way to shortcut this process for anyone looking to compare business energy prices per kWh is to speak with the team at D-Energi who have access to the latest and best deals.

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