Lower your commercial electricity bills today by comparing live prices online from all energy companies in the UK. By using our unique quote system, you'll not only receive the best tariff rates but are also able to switch online.
Our specialist system is approved by the Utilities Intermediaries Association for use for all business users and accesses the latest price information online. As we're an independent broker, we simply list the results in order of the amount of savings you'll receive, and do not have preferred supplier relationships.
If you've recently received your renewal letter with an increase in rates of 30% or more, then we can help you switch to the cheapest rates that are available today. It's quick, easy and simple and works much like the process when switching your home electric and gas bills.
The online quoting system is available 24 hours a day seven days a week, and you can also switch to your new deal at any time as well. If you need any help at all, then please contact our experts on 0800 566 8462 who can help your through the whole process.
We guarantee we can save you money from your renewal prices.
With a wide range of business customers, our trained telephone advisors will find the package to suit you. Many business owners switch without discovering the full range of options for commercial energy users.
If you've never looked at a business price comparison site before and just accept your British Gas renewal letter means your energy costs are too high. By comparing and switching we can save your company thousands, so put your alliances to one side and see just how much your company can save.
Our fuel provider comparison service is fully approved by UIA, the gas and electricity business authorised watchdog, and we also provide a free telephone helpline on 0800 566 8462 (Mon-Fri 8am-6pm).
Our Guide To Getting the Cheapest Business Electricity
1) Search the Market for All Prices
Compare all the electricity and gas companies in one place
All you have to do is enter a couple of essential facts about your everyday supplier, and we'll reveal to you just how much you can recover. When you compare business electricity prices and switch to an alternate choice of electricity or gas provider, we'll save you money.
The energy giants want you to renew at higher rates because these are at least 30% higher than if you got a quote from one of their competitors. Even if we provide rates from your current supplier they'll be lower than your renewal letter! We have saved some companies hundreds of thousands of pounds per year - just by checking on their current bills and contracts. So switch and save today.
If you would like to compare, we take care of all the formalities for you. Our customer advisors and professional commercial utility brokers are here to advise, should you have any concerns about switching (Mon-Fri 8am-6pm).
2) Frequently Asked Questions
How does the journey for transferring suppliers work?
Choose the supplier that offers the best deal using our comparison calculator. Uncover all the information about the suppliers and tariffs on the results page and you can search by price, customer service rating and green tariffs.
You can choose from the following companies: British Gas, CNG, Corona, Eon, EDF, Npower, Opus, Powergen, SSE, Scottish Hydro, Scottish Power, Shell Gas or Total Energy.
Once you have chosen your new supplier you can provide us with the figures that will form the basis of your contract. We then pass these to your new supplier who'll then arrange the switch.
You'll be sent an email to confirm the details of the switch and a contact point for your new supplier.
Within four weeks of your application, you'll receive a resource transfer date from your new supplier. This letter details your transfer date. You should take a meter reading and send it to your new supplier which is also passed onto your old supplier so that they can arrange your final bill.
Will there be any interruption to my supply?
No, there'll be no interruption at all. There's no need to change any meters, wires or pipes as your new supplier will use the same ones as your old supplier. The only changes that you'll notice will be a lower bill and improved customer provision from your new supplier.
To switch to a new supplier, do I need to contact my old supplier?
Your new supplier will organise your transfer from your old supplier. You should, ensure that your new supplier receives a final meter reading from you so that they can organise a final bill with your old supplier. Please note that your old supplier may contact you to try to get you to change your mind.
If I want to change to a Direct Debit tariff do you need my personal details?
No, you can request a paper Direct Debit form which will be posted to you by your new supplier. You can then fill out your bank information and return it to them in your own time. In any event, we would recommend that you complete Direct Debit forms online on our secure servers as this will save you time in the long run.
I want to save as much money as possible; how can this be achieved?
Easily. Find out what you currently pay for your gas and business electricity prices in a typical year, whilst selecting the tariff you're on with your supplier. Enter your figures into the calculator and submit your search with the default settings. Your quotes show all options with the cheapest supplier displayed at the top of the results table.
I'm not sure who my current supplier is; how do I find out?
Look for recent fuel bills - the supplier's name will be on there. Otherwise, to find out who your existing gas supplier is, you can contact the Meter Point Number Helpline on 0870 608 1524. To find out who your current electricity supplier is, you can contact your landlord or letting agency or your regional electricity supplier e.g.: London Electricity - you can find their phone number in the phone book, on the web or from directory enquiries.
If I do not know what my current spend is can I still use the calculator?
Use the High, Medium and Low approximate usage levels on the comparison calculator. Your approximate usage will roughly equate to the size of your property. Small flats are usually low users, larger flats and houses medium users and large houses high users. If you only use gas for cooking, you should enter low user for gas.
Can you afford to ignore the benefits of switching your commercial electricity? Save your company thousands by taking the lead today. There are so many bewildering tariffs, zones and charges that the whole process is difficult to comprehend.
What is a gas meter (or MPRN) number and how do I find it?
Your MPRN (Meter Point Reference Number) is the unique identifying number of the Gas meter at your home. It is a ten digit number, sometimes referred to as an "M" number and can be found on your gas bill (in general on the back of the bill). If you can't locate your MPRN on the back of your gas bill or on your meter, you can call the Meter Number Helpline on 0870 608 1524.
If you sign up with us, we have a special system on the site that looks up your meter number automatically from 90% of UK addresses.
What is an electricity meter (or MPAN) number and how do I find it?
Your MPAN is the unique identifying number of the electric meter at your property. It is often referred to as a "Resource Number" or "S" number and is your electricity bill (on the whole on the back of the bill). If you can't locate your number, you should contact your supplier. We have a special system on the site that looks up your meter number automatically from 90% of UK addresses.
Our Promise to You
By switching energy provider from your current deal, you can save up to 60% on your costs. If you haven't looked at your prices for more than one year, then you're guaranteed to make savings even though the wholesale price has increased.
Our service is free and impartial so why not get a quote today.
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