The secret to getting great business energy prices is… …timing!
Business energy contract notice periodsIn addition, in terms of timing - if you are thinking of switching your business gas contract, you may well be bound, under the terms of your existing contract, to provide a 90-day notice period. In effect, if you wait until the end of the contract, you may find yourself having to wait another three months. So to smooth the transition to a better deal, it is always prescient to start this process way before the current contract expires. Bear in mind, also, that even if your business energy contract is fixed, that may well only hold true for the duration, rather than the price. For this reason it’s important to keep abreast of the market as much as possible, or else use the resources and expertise of a broker such as Utility Helpline to do that for you. Like the stock market, the energy market continually fluctuates, depending on global influences of supply and demand. Utility Helpline can make an audit of your company’s requirements and levels of energy usage, and hold that up against the business energy prices that the market offers, in order to choose the one that provides the best match, and then organise the switch at the correct time. Because for gas, just like gags and gazpacho soup… it’s all in the timing.
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