Business energy contracts

The following articles provide advice on managing your business energy contracts.

How to ensure your energy supplier bills you for the correct amount of energy, avoiding costly disputes in the future. If your business has a poor credit rating, there is some advice for you here too. We also offer industry-specific advice to manage your energy contracts.

Quarterly updates on the UK energy markets provide some insight into the factors that affect the price of gas and electricity. We are becoming more reliant on imported energy from mainland Europe. This means gas and electricity prices are likely to to be more volatile in the future. Our quarterly updates will keep you abreast of factors that could affect your next business energy contract.

We hope you find these tips useful, don’t forget to check back for more updates. And if you would like to compare our energy prices for your next business energy contract, we will be delighted to hear from you.

Can I reduce business energy bill payments if temporarily closed?

Reduce energy bill payments if you have temporarily closed – contact details for suppliers

Alternative contact details for energy companies while their phone lines are busy.

Businesses across all sectors, churches, halls, and community centres have temporarily closed because of the coronavirus. Your energy company may still take Direct Debit payments as usual, based on previous consumption. You may wish to contact them and arrange for a reduction in payments to the bare minimum until you are able to re-open.

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Cancel a business electricity contract

You have found yourself tied into a business energy contract, and aren’t happy with how you were ‘sold’ it. Read this guide to see if you might be able to cancel a business electricity contract.

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Climate Change Levy increase

Climate Change Levy charge to increase

From next month, there is an increase in the CCL charged on business gas and electricity bills. Quite a hefty increase too…

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Energy price update

Energy price update 2019 Q1: colder weather adds pressure to volatile market

Not such a Happy New Year, with electricity prices higher than this time last year.

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Energy price update

Energy price update 2018 Q4: increases expected for non-commodity costs

Non-commodity costs have increased and are expected to increase further in the next couple of years. So what are they?

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Business shocked by energy scam

Energy scam targeting businesses

Here is our advice for dealing with an energy scam on your business, and we look at the latest scams doing the rounds.

If you think you have been pressured into, or mis-sold a business energy contract, call us on 020 3372 6517.

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