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As a business energy customer, you will no doubt have noticed just how many electricity providers there are on the market. Knowing which is best for your needs can be difficult, which is where the expertise of a price comparison site can come in handy.

Trying to navigate the world of business electricity on your own can be daunting with so many options to consider - but by using Business Electricity Prices, you can take the hassle out of switching providers, simply by filling in an online form.

Avoid paying too much for your business electricity

As with domestic customers, businesses have the freedom to choose which supplier they purchase their electricity from.

This can only work to your advantage - after all, with so much competition out there, it is in providers' best interests to offer you the best deal possible. Remember that they are all at odds for your custom, so don't stop searching until you find the right contract.

Choosing the best electricity provider

Before you even begin your task of comparing electricity providers, ask yourself what you would like to be included in your ideal package.

Sort your requirements into 'must haves' and 'desirables' - there are some things you will not want to compromise on, whereas others will simply make your life easier.

Few of us have the time to assess all the available options ourselves, which is where the services of a business electricity price comparison site are invaluable. Business Electricity Prices can look at what is out there and hopefully find something that meets your needs.

UK electricity suppliers: A snapshot

There are six major electricity providers in the UK: Scottish and Southern Energy, EDF Energy, Scottish Power, npower, British Gas and E.ON. These are far from the only suppliers, but they are certainly the largest.

Experts from a price comparison site will be able to tell you what benefits each of these companies can bring, leaving you to decide which one to sign up with.

Scottish and Southern Energy has the option of either a fixed-price or flexible contract, both of which can have their advantages. It also provides access to a dedicated account management team that provides help and advice whenever you need it most.

EDF Energy strives to protect its business customers from price rises by fixing costs - you also have the option to sign up for a contract lasting between one and three years. What's more, customers have freephone access to advisors based in the UK and there is a discount for paying by Direct Debit.

If you are thinking about choosing Scottish Power as your electricity provider, you can also benefit from fixed prices as well as access to an online account management system. Discounts are offered for Direct Debit payments.

Another of the popular electricity suppliers in the UK is npower, which has a variety of products that can be tailored to the requirements of your business. With the service of a dedicated account manager, you can keep on top of how much you are spending on electricity.

British Gas has fixed-term business electricity contracts on offer for one, two or three-year durations, meaning you will be protected against any rises in the market.

E.ON is another electricity supplier that offers a Direct Debit discount and also gives its customers price security and peace of mind at a time when prices are fluctuating.

Don't delay in switching electricity providers

The experts here at Business Electricity Prices can help you switch to any one of these major suppliers - and many more. All you have to do is give us some basic information using our online form and one of our team will get back to you.

Save yourself the time of contacting all the best suppliers individually and let us do the legwork - you could find your business is paying less for its electricity in no time.

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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