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If you’ve never switched energy suppliers – or haven’t done so for a few years – you may not be on the best deal available. In fact, you’ve probably been ‘rolled over’ onto a more costly tariff. To avoid overpaying for gas and electricity, compare energy deals today.
You could find an option that’s more suited to your business. From eco-friendly tariffs to multi-site metering, there’s a better deal out there for everyone.
When you search for a business energy supplier, you’ll gain access to great deals from a variety of business energy providers. Much like when you apply for a business loan through us, you’ll be appointed a dedicated account manager to help you switch.
Let technology do the hard work for you: receive reliable search results to help ensure you never pay over the odds for your energy again.
Let us know a few basic details – e.g. your postcode and energy habits – and we’ll pull up a tailored comparison of gas and electricity deals in your region.
Once you’ve chosen your tariff your appointed Account Manager at Love Energy Savings will manage the energy switch on your behalf.
With so many options out there today, it can be hard to know where to start. We’re here to simplify the process of finding the best business energy tariff for your business.
Let us know your contact details, the postcode of your premises and the type of energy you’d like to compare, and we’ll do the rest.
Once you’ve taken a look at the best tariffs and chosen your favourite you can buy it online or over the phone with an adviser.
Don’t worry about contacting your old supplier. All negotiations between your old and new suppliers will be taken care of on your behalf.
As the UK pushes to meet its carbon targets a growing number of businesses are making the switch to green energy. Green business energy suppliers provide energy that’s generated through renewable sources, including wind, solar and hydro.
Renewable energy is less likely to be impacted by future upward pressure of fossil fuel costs.
Unlike fossil fuels, sustainable energy sources are renewable.
“Going green” will help you to meet your carbon reduction target.
Choosing a renewable energy or green tariff will enable your business to take meaningful action to reduce it's greenhouse gas footprint, and therefore play your part in enabling the UK reach net-zero emissions by 2050. In addition, green business energy tariffs may assist your business to save on energy costs.
Join the 'green revolution'
Transition your business to a sustainable energy usage future
Energy providers factor in a variety of things when they work out a business energy plan for you, including location, premises size, your existing supplier, current energy spend, consumption of kWh units and the type of meter you use.
The amount of energy a business uses typically depends on its size, what it uses the energy for and how. The average microbusiness uses 10,000 kWh of gas and up to 15,000 kWh of electricity a year while large enterprises use around 80,000kWh of electricity a year.
Small businesses use 25,000 kWh of gas and up to 25,000 kWh of electricity a year while medium sized companies use an average of 45,000 kWh of gas and up to 50,000 kWh of electricity a year.
The cost of your business gas and electricity depends on the deal you’ve opted for, how often you use gas and electricity and how energy-efficient your premises are. The size of your business and the area your premises is based in will also have an impact.
As an estimation, research shows that the average bill costs:
£1,254 a year for micro businesses
£2,894 a year for small businesses
£5,612 a year for medium businesses
£10,688 a year for large businesses
When you move, you’ll take your energy deal with you to your new premises or it’ll be cancelled. If the latter happens it’s likely that you’ll move over to a pricier contract with the new property’s current supplier.
That’s why it’s always worth comparing new tariffs to find one that’s more cost-effective for you.
Fortunately, you won’t usually experience any disruption when you switch. Your new supplier won’t have to fit anything new as they’ll use the same cables and pipes as your previous energy provider.