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If your company's electricity prices are a little higher than you would like, then why not think about switching to a new supplier? There are plenty of deals out there - and some of them could save you a bundle.

No business should have to pay too much for their energy, so let Business Electricity Prices give you a helping hand. The price of electricity has been rising over recent years, but by providing us with a few details, we can look at the whole market and find a deal that is right for your business. It really is that simple.

Why should I compare electricity prices?

Companies are recommended to take stock of how much they are paying for electricity at least once every 12 months - but why?

The answer is simple: You could save your business hundreds of pounds a year. You might think that you are currently on the best tariff, but the reality is that new deals are entering the market all the time, so you could be missing out.

New customers often benefit from the best deals on their energy and unfortunately loyalty to the same provider does not always pay off.

Comparing the price of electricity may be easier than you think - especially if you use the services of Business Electricity Prices. We understand that researching the whole market is something that few managers have the time for, so we will do it on your behalf.

How much do prices vary between suppliers?

There can be some pretty considerable differences in how much suppliers charge for their electricity.

The good news is that there is increasing competition in the electricity market, with companies constantly trying to undercut each other to win your custom.

It is often the case that when one supplier announces a reduction to their electricity prices, another will follow soon after - effectively sparking an energy price war.

Introductory offers are a popular way to entice new customers and can set one provider apart from the rest.

This level of competition can only work to your advantage, but regularly assessing the market is the only way to know which deal is best. Here are Business Electricity Prices we can do just that - and all without you having to invest too much of your valuable time.

What information do you need to find me the best deal?

The more details you can provide us with, the more accurate our recommendations for your new energy tariff will be.

Firstly we require information on your current situation - namely how much energy you are using on an annual basis, your supplier and when your contract is coming to an end.

Your present electricity consumption is the most important figure we need, as it allows us to accurately estimate how much you would pay with an alternative supplier.

It is also useful for us to have your Electricity Meter Number, which is typically 21 digits long and printed on your electricity bill.

Which companies' electricity prices do you compare?

In the majority of cases, we will retrieve quotes from the Big Six energy suppliers - E.ON, British Gas, npower, Scottish Power, Scottish and Southern Energy and EDF Energy - but there are some smaller companies you may not be aware of.

Quite simply, our job is to find you the best deal, regardless of whether this comes from one of the major companies listed above or a local operator.

You can kick-start this process by heading to our website today and filling in a simple form - we'll get back to you as soon as we can with our recommended suppliers.

Contact Business Electricity Prices today

If you can't afford to be paying too much for your business electricity, then don't delay in getting in touch with our team.

Our ability to search the entire market for the best deals can save you both time and money - and all you have to do is fill in a simple form.

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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