Business Energy

Business Energy

Did you realise that less than 50% of UK business owners know how much they’re paying for their energy?

If you’re one of them, there’s a strong chance you’re being charged too much. In fact, research suggests that around three quarters of Britain’s SMEs are at risk of paying well over the odds for their electricity or gas.

The problem is that comparing prices and getting to grips with the market is often perceived to be a long process – many business owners are concerned it will take a significant amount of time, which is a luxury they may not have.

To help tackle this issue, we’ve partnered with one of the UK’s leading business energy switching providers, who specialise in making it easy for you to get a better deal to minimise your bills and boost your profits.

Make It Cheaper has years of experience helping Britain’s businesses switch to lower, fairer rates for their energy – and they’re dedicated to making the process as quick and straightforward as possible.

Make it cheaper logoIn one short phone call, one of their experts will present you with prices from a wide panel of suppliers, enabling you to compare deals and choose one that’s right for you. Once you’ve made your choice, they’ll set up your contract to save you time as well as money.
It’s an easy, hassle-free way to get on top of your business’s gas or electricity bills.

All you need to do is dig out a copy of your latest bill and get in touch with one of Make It Cheaper’s experts – you could slash 30% off your business energy bills in one ten-minute phone call.

How do business energy contracts work?

Every business has its energy supplied on a contractual basis, with electricity and gas contracts always kept separate from each other.

When a contract is approaching its expiry date – namely when there are four months or less until it ends – it’s important to arrange a new deal that offers your business the best value for money.

If you do not take any action when your current electricity or gas contract is expiring, it’s highly likely that your supplier will automatically transfer you onto their more expensive standard rates. Once this happens, you’ll continue to pay these rates until you arrange a switch to a new deal.

This is why it’s worth taking the time to act when your existing contract is coming to an end. By doing so, you’ll be able to avoid unnecessarily expensive rates and minimise your bills, which will help to ensure that more of your hard-earned cash is added to your bottom line.

To switch and save the easy way, click here.