BusinessEnergyQuotes.com is a no-obligation price comparison service designed to simplify and provide more accurate energy switching for Small and Medium Businesses.
Many other price comparison sites make inaccurate assumptions about your consumption levels, meter and tariff type, day and night consumption splits and sometimes link your business to the wrong meter, leading to costly mistakes.
BusinessEnergyQuotes.com will find your correct meter number and consumption details instantly using just your postcode and current monthly spend, allowing BusinessEnergyQuotes.com to provide you a more accurate quote that your business can depend on!
BusinessEnergyQuotes.com is a sister company to Northern Gas and Power, the largest independent business energy consultancy in the UK, giving you the confidence of working with one of the most reputable energy consultancies in the UK.
BusinessEnergyQuotes.com has 3 quick and easy methods to get you the best business energy deals for your business:
We will take care of everything for you and ensure your business receives a seamless, frustration-free switching experience!
Our service charge is already included within the unit rates that we offer. There are no other fees on top. On average we charge approximately 0.003 £ per/kwh. Our fees are the same with all suppliers. If for example your business consumed 10,000 kwh per annum, our annual fee would be £30.
For UK business energy, the main suppliers are known as the ‘Big Six’. They are: British Gas, EDF Energy, E.ON, npower, Scottish Power and SSE.
In recent years though, there has been a big rise in the number of independent energy suppliers which can supply either domestic or business energy – and they’re quite often cheaper too. Some independent suppliers can even offer a specific focus on green energy tariffs and also provide specialist customer service assistance.
You normally choose between a fixed term or variable rate tariff for your business energy contract. On a fixed tariff, you pay a set rate for every unit of energy consumed over a fixed period of time. Fixed term contracts are usually between one and five years, with longer term contracts usually costing more, but offering more security. It’s sometimes worth paying a higher price to know your energy cost in advance, allowing you time to manage and control budgets appropriately. It’s also worth considering that exit fees or terms and conditions may exist if you wish to leave your contract early.
On a variable tariff contract, your energy rates can change depending on market behaviour, with fluctuations on wholesale prices of the energy market dictating your daily costs during the length of your contract. This is usually a more expensive method than fixed rate tariffs, but bear in mind that if markets fall steeply, your prices will also fall!
It’s important to mention that you should know your contract end date. Once a fixed or variable rate contract ends, you’ll be automatically given an expensive ‘out-of-contract’ rate – so always compare your prices in advance and switch as soon as possible. BusinessEnergyQuotes.com can do this for you in less than 10 seconds.
Some suppliers can charge you different prices for each unit of energy depending on the time of day, usually breaking them down into ‘Day’, ‘Evening’, ‘Night’ and even ‘Weekend’. ‘Day’ rates are generally more expensive, so if your business is most active outside of this timeframe, it might be worth investigating your options to find a deal that gives you energy at a lower rate.
Yes. BusinessEnergyQuotes.com allows you to search for exclusively ‘Green Only’ options. Selecting this option gives you a range of business energy quotes with green energy tariffs where some or all of the electricity you use is calculated against the amount of renewable energy your supplier buys, including solar, wind, and hydroelectric power.
Yes, depending on the size of your business. Large businesses using more than 100kWh of electricity every 30 minutes are legally obligated to install a half-hourly (HH) meter. These businesses typically include factories, large offices, warehouses and manufacturers.
Businesses that use between 70kWh and 100kWh every 30 minutes may choose to install HH meters if they want. A HH meter provides your supplier with regular, incremental data to monitor and track your energy spend.
Businesses which do not qualify for HH meters may want to consider installing a smart meter instead. These smart meters will help monitor your consumption and ensures accuracy with your energy bills. You won’t have to submit your readings yourself to your supplier as they will be able to see your consumption. By the end of 2024, all UK businesses and households must be offered a smart meter.
Almost all energy bills are paid by direct debit, as it is the quickest and easiest way to pay, with some suppliers even offering reduced prices if you choose this option. However, your monthly bill will change according to your energy consumption, so always be sure to cross reference your debit with the actual bill! You’ll also need to factor in seasonal and weather changes – more energy used in winter; less energy used in summer!
Yes. However, it usually makes most sense when you’re reaching the end of your existing business energy contract. It’s also vital to make sure you do renew your business energy contract to avoid being automatically enrolled onto a more expensive ‘out-of-contract’ rate.
Using a comparison site like BusinessEnergyQuotes.com allows you to see the best business energy renewal in under 10 seconds and allows you to sign and secure your cheaper renewal in under 3 minutes. The whole process is 100% online, without the need to call anyone – as is typically the case!
Yes. An estimated 1.2 million businesses in the UK are overpaying on their business energy costs, losing out on approximately £500 million a year. If your business has not switched energy supplier for a while, there is a good chance you are overpaying.
Fortunately, with BusinessEnergyQuotes.com, checking your quotes only takes 10 seconds, so you will be able to see the savings you could make!
Customers who used BusinessEnergyQuotes.com were able to save an average of 179 off their energy bill, and ensure their business never overpays on their energy again.
Yes, it really is. We are dedicated to providing a seamless, frustration-free experience when you renew business energy. Our simple, 100% online process secures your renewal in under 3 minutes – no waiting, no phone calls.
All we need is your postcode and current contract end date. We will then apply our algorithms to find you the best tariff that saves you the most on your business energy deal – and we can do that in 10 seconds! You are able to secure your renewal within 3 minutes. It really is that simple.
Our ethos is to make switching business energy provider a seamless, frustration-free experience. We work to save you time and money, allowing you to continue the day-to-day operation of your business, and most importantly, save money for things that really matter to your business.
We do not want our consumers to have to wait for relentless call-backs from abrasive salespeople, or haggle and negotiate for the most competitive rates. So, we have designed a specialised engine that takes care of all of this for you. All that is left for you to do is choose your contract and sign off on it – all in under 3 minutes.
We understand that clients do not always look for the most discounted offers and reduced energy tariffs, but also value, require and look for suppliers with excellent reliability and outstanding customer service. This is why we have designed stringent measures for suppliers to get onto our panel. Some of the criteria are:
BusinessEnergyQuotes.com is proud to say that we have built very strong relationships with our suppliers, through the backing of our sister company, Northern Gas and Power – the UK’s largest energy consultancy. We know we can offer you the best service possible, at the most competitive prices.
Not always. Market prices regularly fluctuate, and your current supplier may not be able to guarantee the same rates you were previously paying. With BusinessEnergyQuotes.com you can see the latest, live quotes for your business energy renewal in just 10 seconds. You will know immediately if you could potentially save money on your energy renewal.
There is always some degree of fluctuation on the energy market as it is constantly changing due to external market factors – meaning prices may vary. You can learn more about the latest updates on the energy industry and understand market analysis at https://www.ngpltd.co.uk/news-insights/.
Fixed tariffs are a more straightforward option for businesses who are looking to maximise financial security: the unit prices will remain the same throughout the full duration of your agreed energy contract.
This method is popular for our Small and Medium Businesses as it makes financial forecasting and long-term budgeting simpler, ensuring businesses are always able to prepare and plan in advance of their energy bills.
However, if the wholesale energy markets drop in price, you will not be able to capitalise on cheaper rates until your next business energy renewal.
Moreover, as a contingency measure in advance of potential market changes, suppliers may charge you higher rates per kWh (kilowatt-hour).
Variable tariffs are unlike fixed tariffs as the until price for your energy may change with fluctuations in the wholesale energy markets. It could go one of two ways for your energy costs.
When the market drops and wholesale energy prices are lower, you could find your energy bill is considerably cheaper than what it might have been on a fixed tariff.
However, if the market sees an increase in wholesale energy prices, it would also mean an increase in your energy bills.
It is important to keep updated on the state of the energy market to anticipate the factors which may cause market fluctuations. You can learn more about the latest updates on the energy industry and understand market analysis at https://www.ngpltd.co.uk/news-insights/.
We are always available for any help and assistance you may need, or to answer any queries. Give us a call, or if you prefer email simply use our form.Call us on: +44 (0)330 0300 200