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9 Aug

Slash Your Half Hourly Electricity Prices

by Simon Thompson
 

If your firm or organisation is a large consumer of electricity, then who would not want to slash their half hourly electricity prices?

And since the savings can be particularly impressive, it’s something that every business should strive to do.

However, finding a new half hourly electricity supply deal at lower rates can be confusing and you will need to undertake a thorough procurement process to ensure you get the deal that meets your needs.

In addition, the contracts tend to be more complex and complicated than those for small and medium-sized businesses, so you’ll need to take advice from those who understand how the market works to see that the contract is suitable.

For many firms, this will mean speaking with the friendly team at D-Energi who have years of experience and experts to help you in this procurement process.

Switch between half hourly electricity suppliers

The process itself will ensure that the switch between half hourly electricity suppliers is a seamless one and there will be no loss of energy when you begin the process.

All that will change is that your bill will come from your new supplier.

For large users of electricity, it’s important that you check the electricity suppliers market every year to ensure that you are not paying more than is necessary for your energy use.

By doing so, you will be taking big steps to ensure that you are not overpaying and boosting profitability at the same time.

Half hourly electricity meters

For those large electricity consumers who may not know whether they have half hourly electricity meters, then you can check the meter itself and it will have the supply number beginning with ‘00’.

It’s likely that your supplier will have installed this meter because you are a large consumer of electricity and the meter itself will ensure that your usage is recorded every 30 minutes.

This data is sent to your supplier every half-hour, which means there’s no need for estimated bills.

However, one of the big benefits of having a half hour meter fitted is that the data can be used by you to reduce consumption and by a potential supplier who can analyse the information to deliver a bespoke deal.

While the opportunity to slash half hourly electricity prices will be restricted to large consumers, it will be time well spent speaking with the experts at D-Energi to ensure you are accessing the best possible deal when it comes to renewing your electricity supply contract.