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When finding the best business electricity online, look no further. Here at Business Electricity Prices, we bring you the easiest way of making the switch from your current provider to an alternative, which is better suited to you and your budget.

Trying to find the best business electricity prices from the choice of energy providers out there can be a huge task. We’re here to take the hassle out of your business electricity rate comparison. You can fill in our online form, or pick up the phone and call 0208 702 0698. We will talk to you about your options, what’s suited to your business and even take care of the switchover for you. We offer a time saving, free of charge service that makes it easy to change your electricity provider.

Whether choosing one of the Big Six energy providers or one of the smaller business electricity suppliers, you’ll find a broad choice of tariffs. Your choice can be based around the size of your business, the number of sites your business has, or even if you’re changing location.

Many of these business electricity prices are based around fixed and flexible tariffs. These are designed to offer particular businesses options that are convenient and the most cost effective.

Fixed Tariffs

Signing up for a fixed business electricity tariff means that you’ll pay an agreed rate per unit of electricity for the term of the contract. It’s important to point out that the term ‘fixed rate’can be misleading. It doesn’t mean that bills will remain at the same balance throughout the term. A fixed price tariff means that although the electricity prices per unit stay the same, the chargeable amount is still based on usage.

Fixed rate tariffs do become a preferable solution when considering that energy rates can fluctuate throughout the term of the contract, which can often be between 1 and 3 years long. The business electricity prices are locked at the beginning of the contract, so the customer isn’t at the mercy of rising energy costs.

It’s important to consider that energy costs can also drop due to market pressures, which won’t be reflected in a fixed rate tariff. If you wanted to end the contract it’s possible that there could be a cancellation charge. That said, choosing a fixed rate contract for set business electricity prices is often the preferred choice for many small and medium sized companies because it’s easy to manage.

Flexible Tariffs

Flexible tariffs are often used by large corporations, which normally use over 10 million kWh of electricity. The purpose of flexible tariffs is transparency of electricity prices across the term of the contract. Instead of a fixed rate, which is set at one figure, flexible rate tariffs can fluctuate, meaning increases or decreases of unit costs.

Many flexible tariffs are designed around purchasing energy in segments, which are then balanced against monthly, quarterly or seasonally agreed changes. This means that a customer can work out the right periods to buy electricity in large units at the most agreeable market value.

Because of the complexity involved in handling such an agreement, electricity providers tend to assign an account manager to advise the best ways to purchase energy on a flexible tariff. This also allows the customer to sell off excess energy too.

Choose Electricity Prices for your Business

Fortunately you don’t have to go through the process of finding the best electricity prices from a new supplier alone. We’re on hand to guide you through the process of choosing the right business electricity provider from many different suppliers that we’re in partnership with.

Our friendly and impartial team are here to help you make the all-important decisions about your new electricity provider, whether you have a small or medium business, or you’re a larger corporation. We can find the right supplier and contract that’s the best for your business. Because we work closely with our providers we have access to better rates as well.

Just give us a call on 0208 702 0698 and we’ll arrange a convenient time to go through your options and make the switch to a new energy provider, at no cost.

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