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Have you ever wished you could shrink the energy costs for your business down a little -- then assumed that it wasn't worth the effort? You could be a few clicks away from finding a better deal on your electricity bills. Just by entering some basic details into our easy-to-use online form, you can get on track for cheapest electricity and a more efficient business.

It's easy to assume that all energy suppliers are more or less equal. While it's true that energy bills are tied to the cost of the fuel -- natural gas, the oil and coal used to generate electricity and so on -- variations between energy providers' operating costs and billing structures can mean that switching to a new supplier can save you a surprising amount. Switching to a dual-fuel supplier can also save you money.

We automatically compare the whole market, returning cheap business energy rates from UK suppliers. Our information is always accurate and up-to-the-minute so you know you're getting the very best quote possible. Shopping around for a new provider couldn't be easier -- all you have to do is enter your details into our simple webform.

Suppliers We Compare

We compare a range of suppliers from all over the UK to bring you the very best business energy deals.

Atlantic Electric & Gas: Operating since 2000, Atlantic Electric & Gas currently serves approximately 300,000 UK household and business customers. Atlantic supplies both gas and electricity to most regions of the UK.

British Gas: British Gas also operates as Scottish Gas and Nwy Prydain. It's one of the UK's biggest suppliers of gas and electricity. As well as energy, British Gas also offers a range of other consumer services including telecommunications.

Countrywide Energy: A smaller supplier operating in central and southern England and Wales, Countrywide Energy is part of Countrywide Farmers Plc. You can find out if you're in one of the regions that Countrywide serves by entering your postcode and other details.

Ebico: The UK's only not-for-profit energy supplier offers gas and electricity at bargain rates for prepayment customers through its EquiPower tariff. Their innovative Equiclimate service enables households and businesses to reduce their carbon footprint by trading CO2 credits on the European market.

Ecotricity: The world's first green electricity company was formed in 1995. They offer to match the cost of your local electricity supplier if you switch to them.

EDF Energy: EDF incorporates London Energy, Seeboard Energy and SWEB Energy, putting it among the UK's largest private network operators. EDF generates about five gigawatts of energy and has over five million customers.

E.ON: One of the UK's top power and gas suppliers, E.ON generates and retails energy to roughly 17,000 UK customers and over 93,000 worldwide. With windfarms located up and down the UK, E.ON is touted as offering cleaner, greener energy.

Good Energy: This UK company sources 100% from hydroelectric and wind generators.

Green Energy UK: An independent energy supplier offering Deep Green (energy from 100% renewable sources) and Pale Green (energy from mixed sources) tariffs.

Npower: Npower offer a range of home and business energy services to around 6 million UK customers. They offer large discounts for customers who pay by Direct Debit.

Scottish Gas: Part of British Gas, this supplier serves Scotland with electricity as well as gas.

ScottishPower: Over 2.5 million domestic customers in the UK get their energy from this environmentally-conscious supplier.

Southern Electric and Swalec: Part of the Scottish and Southern Energy Group (SSE), these companies serve customers across the UK.

Telecom Plus Plc: Also known as The Utility Warehouse, this company offers energy as well as telecom services.

Utilita: This new supplier offers phone and broadband services along with gas and electricity tariffs.

You may be fairly happy with your existing providers but there's a good chance you could be missing out on an even better deal. Find out what's available in your area without delay.

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RWE npower announces sale of subsidiaries to Utility Warehouse.

• Deal enhances competition in the domestic energy supply market; Npower Limited will sell Electricity Plus and Gas Plus subsidiaries to Telecom Plus by share sale for £218m• On completion, over 770,000 customer accounts will cease to be included by npower within its reported customer numbers. However, these customers will see no change in their service or contracts, and will continue to be sup

20th November 2013