Small business electricity prices – they all rolled over and some fell out!
Small business electricity contractsAs a micro business, a roll over contract is now no longer than 12 months, allowing scope for a return for small businesses to the energy market, to secure a potential move and better rare. Equally, at any point during your contract, you can let your supplier know that you do not wish to roll over. Equally, within the final months of your contract, your supplier is also compelled to let you know the renewal terms and options available to you, in order for you to make an informed decision. Bear in mind, however, that if you have indicated you do not wish to roll over, but make no alternative arrangement, your supplier may then put you on an “out of contract” rate, which may well be even less competitive. It’s something of a minefield. And of course those bigger business beasts may well have entire departments and staff who can keep track of such affairs. For smaller business, where all hands are likely to be at the pump, it may make business sense to let Utility Helpline manage that process for you and secure the best small business electricity prices, ensuring your business is always on the most competitive tariff. Better standing up to business electricity suppliers than simply rolling over…
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