Business utility arrangements can often seem complicated, even more so for larger businesses that have more than one site. Multiple sites means multiple meters, which can often result in an array of different contracts, supplier and contract end dates.
When comparing business energy contracts there are two separate rates that you will need to consider, these are the standing charge and the unit rate. By understanding the difference between these two rates, you can determine what type of contract best meets your business’s needs.
Renewing/switching your business utility contract is highly important in order to prevent paying out-of-contract rates. This used to be a complex and sometimes risky process due to the strict guidelines suppliers imposed. However, in April 2015 Ofgem altered the termination process to make it more straightforward. Businesses can now notify suppliers of their termination at any point in the […]
People often question whether using a broker to obtain an energy deal for their business is the right step, however, running a business can be extremely time consuming, which ultimately means that searching the market to find the most suitable energy deal can sometimes be put on the back burner. Consequently, businesses often end up […]