Commercial Gas Quotes
A recent DECC (Department of Energy & Climate Change) study reported that for large business users gas prices rose by approximately 17.9% in real terms from the previous year. [i]
When the economy is struggling, no company wants to be increasing its expenditure by such a large amount. That’s why our dedicated commercial gas brokers team are constantly working to negotiate excellent prices for your company.
Utility Renewals introduce large businesses with high EACs (Estimated Annual Consumption) to cheaper commercial gas bills. We can help to stem the tide of your gas expenditure. Actually, we can do more than that – we can help to shrink your bills. We are able to do this because we know the gas industry. Even though the price of gas for industrial users has increased by over 100% in the last ten years we know how to negotiate the best deals and quote them to you. [ii]
With decades of experience of the deregulated energy market we know where savings can be made.
Advice for Saving Energy
We also offer assistance to corporate enterprises, to identify where they can increase efficiency and make utility savings. As you would expect, the main use for gas in the commercial sector is for heating buildings, water and for powering production. There are ways that industrial premises can monitor this consumption with a smart meter and become better insulated, helping to reduce the business gas usage.
Once our Utility Broker Consultants understand your commercial business needs we can suggest ways for you to manage your utilities more efficiently.
Our Focus is You
It makes business sense to use the UK’s premier commercial energy broker who are able to take the heat out of those gas bills. This will make your business more adept and agile for the ongoing battle with its competitors.
Call us now and our dedicated corporate team will take you through your options and provide you with an attractive quote. Call 01282 695565 now asking for a “commercial gas quote“.
[i] Quarterly Energy Prices, Department of Energy & Climate Change, December 2011, P7
[ii] Quarterly Energy Prices, Department of Energy & Climate Change, December 2011, P29