Providing the Cheapest Business Electricity Prices in the UK
As energy prices for businesses continue to spiral upwards it is now more important than ever as a small or medium sized business owner, or decision maker, that you compare the prices that you are paying each month. At Energy Advice Line we consistently save our customers upwards of 30% off of their business electricity renewal prices.
Companies that are in energy-intensive sectors can save thousands of pounds each year by using an impartial price comparison and switching service to help find them better prices.
Compare Prices Online Today
We challenged the status quo back in 2006 and put business energy suppliers prices online for customers for the first time. Ever since then customers have been able to shop with more confidence than ever before and other price comparison services have followed suit to change the business electricity comparison landscape.
When we mean online, we really mean it, get your quotes online using our free quote engine which provides costs from an extensive panel of suppliers. All of this can be done at the click of a button but we also have a team of very experienced, impartial, and independent energy advisors available using the website live chat or over the telephone.
The Best Business Electricity Prices
We compare the rates from an extensive panel of UK electricity and gas suppliers to get you the best possible prices, and then we will help you through the entire switching process when you change suppliers.
Industry regulations dictate that you will be protected from suffering any loss of supply whilst the changeover happens.
We will also help ensure that you avoid getting stuck in an expensive roll over deal when your fixed-term contract ends, as we also operate a FREE Renewal Reminder service that enables us to monitor when your current contract is coming up for renewal.
With the realisation that small and medium sized business owners want to be able to run their businesses as efficiently as possible we are available at any time to help compare the market for you, as quickly as possible.
Say no to Cold Calling on Business Energy!
As an independent price comparison and switching service we want to make sure you get the best possible tariff, and advocate a strict No Cold Calling policy - in fact we started a campaign against it!
As cold calling shows no sign of slowing down we understand that customers cannot make a well informed, confident decision if they are called out of the blue offering what they, the salesperson, claim to be the cheapest price on the market.
Say no to cold calling on business energy and compare the market by going online and using a reputable, independent price comparison and switching services like the Energy Advice Line.
Energy Advice Line Best Price First Time Strategy
Energy Advice Line and Suppliers, on a direct basis, have completely different objectives when offering prices to any business owner or decision maker in the UK. Energy Advice Line will always look to save customers as much money as possible, year after year, whereas a supplier on a direct basis will look to make as much money as possible from their customers.
If you comare prices online or elect to call an Energy Advice Line customer advisor at our UK service centre we will offer you the best price first time for your meter configuration. The prices and costs detailed online mirror exactly what we store on our internal systems, with the overriding objective of remaining completely transparent and offering you the best price first time in an attempt to save you as much money as possible.
A supplier, on a direct basis, will always look to offer a price in the first instance that allows them to make as much money as possible. Their basic business model dictates that they will offer a high price first time in most instances as a significant ercentage of their customers will not check each year to ensure if the rate that they are being offered is a competitive one.
Only when they engage with the market and check the rates do they find out that the price they are being offered can be at least 40% higher.
This does not sit very well with the team at EAL as this approach creates an element of distrust between suplier and customer when they check the market and find out that their supplier has not been treating them with the integrity they deserve.
If you want to see what you should be paying for a single rate profile class three commercial meter in the UK for the last two to three years, please click here to review price trends and customer buying habits with Energy Advice Line
Energy Advice Line gets your contract live first time
Our Contract Management Team will be on hand at every stage of the switching process.
Most comanies will agree the contract but not invest in a team to make the switch as seamless as possible, with this realisation we have decided that this is where the Energy Advice Line will be different.
You will be allocated a Contract Manager who will take you through the switch process as soon as the contract has been agreed with your customer advisor. Our team of experts will be available to keep you informed with regular email updates during the switch process and for the duration of your contract to help with billing queries and any questions that you might want to ask.
Our service does not end there, when you are nearing the end of your fixed term contract, we will contact you be email and telephone to remind you when your contract expires and go through prices from your existing supplier and other suppliers that are trying to win your business.
We will always be on-hand to remind you about your renewal date so that you can avoid your current supplier assuming the renewal and putting you on expensive deemed rates at the end of your fixed term period.
The last thing your organisation needs is to find itself in an expensive rollover contract!
We have created a simple termination notice template for our customersAdvice Centre
Join Our Campaign
Unfortunately, business electricity and gas customers in the UK are bombarded with cold calls on a daily basis. At Energy Advice Line we have started a campaign to say 'no' to business energy cold calling. Click here to find out more.