Research conducted showed how much energy and money is wasted by the company’s every year, which could be significantly reduced by making small changes. They found a typical small-medium sized business uses around 30,000kw of energy each year, costing them approximately £5,000 per year.
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Commercial businesses generally use more energy than the average residential household, with B4BC we place emphasis on getting the most for your money without hampering customer service & quality of service. Locking in prices is a great way of avoiding any potential price increases. You should always review the marketplace to see if savings could be made, or perhaps you can source a better supplier with stretches the pound further.
Switching business energy suppliers is as easy as switching your home energy provider, if not easier & with the correct supplier, the transition should be just as smooth & quick.
What we will need:
Energy providers will normally offer commercial customers a range of fixed-rate tariffs, this could be over a one, two or three year period. The general rule with business energy is the longer the fixed term, the more expensive the tariff is likely to be, however, most providers will offer a protection clause if there are any increases in the future. Some providers will offer a discount for direct debit payments.
If your business is concerned about the environment, there are options for green energy. Some energy providers have made a commitment not to find gas through fracking. Alternatively, you might do your bit by opting for paperless billing provider.
Moving commercial premises can be very stressful, when it comes to managing your energy supply it WILL be simple. Commercial businesses are able to opt to take their existing energy supplier along with them or can switch to a new one supplier. Whichever way your business chooses it is important to have something in place, otherwise expensive out of contract charges WILL apply.
The amount of money your business could save will be will be dependent on the following:
Of course, the exact amount will be hard to pinpoint because all businesses are different.
You don’t need to worry about any disruption, the switch will be smooth & fast, your business will be running as usual & there won’t be any disruptions to your supply of energy. Once you have made the switch, your new energy provider will liaise with your old one & between them, ensure that arrangements are in place for the simple switch over.
Yes, charities & none profit organisations can be eligible for up to 15% reduction in value-added tax. Charities & none profit businesses are exempt from the Climate Change Levy, which is a tax on commercial energy.
Yes, your business will need to apply for a feed-in tariff (FIT), this works very similarly to a domestic/ household energy user. Under the FIT scheme, any user that generates their own power or sells excess power back to the National Grid is eligible for money back.
Green energy comes from renewable sources:
Green energy options are now readily available for both domestic & commercial.
There are ways a business can be green that don’t involve renewable energy: