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.

Energy price update

Energy market update 2018 Q2: Brent Crude oil over $70 a barrel

When the prices of oil increases, what effect does this have on gas and electricity prices?

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Nuisance call from energy company

Nuisance calls from energy companies. How can I stop them?

For a start, I would like to be 100% clear: at Perfect Clarity we do not engage in cold calling businesses about their energy contracts. However, listening to feedback from many of our customers, there are plenty of so-called energy ‘brokers’ who do…

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Energy market update 2018 Q1: Wind generation picks up

Unexpected windy weather has covered a fall in nuclear electricity generation.

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Level 2 Letter of Authority. Should I sign?

A Letter of Authority (LOA) is a legal document. It allows your energy broker to request supply information from your current energy supplier. And also to manage your business energy contracts. The extent to which a broker can get involved, depends very much if you agree to sign a Level 1 or a Level 2 Letter of Authority.

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Pub electricity bill

Pub electricity bill – how to reduce costs

For the best results, a pub electricity bill can be attacked from two sides. First, reduce the amount of electricity used by your pub. This energy saving not only saves you money, it helps the fight against climate change too. Secondly, shop around to reduce the amount you pay for the electricity you still have to use. You could reduce your pub electricity bill by as much as 40%. That has got to increase your profit margin.

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Low score rating

Low credit rating and your business energy prices

Business energy prices are dependent on several factors. Where in the country your business is located, the number of sites, the volume of gas or electricity used by your business – and a low credit rating.

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