Business Electricity Prices Per kWh
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Compare and Lower Your Business Electricity Bills
Are you looking to find a lower electricity price per kWh for your business? Do you want a supplier who will always look after your best interests and make sure you are paying the best kWh price for your business electricity? Then we are here to help you. Exchange Utility will search the business electricity supplier market for you, and we’ll make sure you get the very best electricity price and service possible for you and your business. Please give us a quick call on 0800 9777 000 to speak with one of our business electricity advisors, or fill in our business electricity price comparison quote form.
Comparing Your Price Per kWh on Business Electricity
Comparing Electricity Prices has never been so easy and hassle-free with Exchange Utility. All we need are a few details from you; you can do this by filling out your information in the energy quote form, or by giving us a quick call on 0800 977 7000. Once we have these details, we can then find you a better electricity deal. We will always aim to save you and your business money on your electricity cost.
The price per kWh you pay for your business electricity change all the time, so getting the best prices possible can be a matter of timing. So, here at Exchange Utility, we will always aim to get you the best electricity prices per kWh possible. We search our vast energy supplier database to make sure we provide you with the very best and latest electricity prices. Give us a quick call on 0800 9777 000 and speak with one of our energy experts to find out how much we can save you today.
We have answered a few questions that you may have about your business electricity switch below
What is a Kilowatt Per Hour?
A kilowatt-hour (kWh) is the unit measurement used for energy. It is equivalent to 3.6 megajoules of energy.
This unit measurement is commonly used to describe usage on energy supplier billing.
A kilowatt-hour is a unit of energy equivalent to one kilowatt (1 kW) of power sustained for one hour.
A kWh is the standard unit used by energy suppliers to calculate your gas and electricity bill. One unit refers to the use of 1000 Watts over one hour.
Examples of what you can power with one kWh
A 20-50 watt laptop all day
A broadband router for five days
A 2,000-watt oven for half an hour
Boiling 10 kettles
What is the difference between a kW and a kWh?
Kilowatts (kW) represent a unit of power whereas a kilowatt-hour (kWh) is a unit of energy.
A kilowatt is 1,000 watts. A kilowatt-hour is your average energy usage over an hour. This is also what your bills are calculated from.
I need to Renew my Business Electricity Contract – will my Current Energy Suppliers kWh Prices be Lower?
Not necessarily. We can search the electricity supplier market to find out which of the UK electricity suppliers are offering the best electricity deals for you. Once we negotiate the best price per kWh on your business’s electricity, we will get back in touch with our best saving.
What is a Letter of Authority?
Let us set the scene: We have negotiated some fantastic electricity prices for your business, you have chosen your new tariff, and we have gone through the verbal contract with you. The next step in your business energy switchover is to complete the Letter of Authority (LOA). A very quick form to fill in but very important as this enables us to act on your behalf so that we can liaise with the suppliers and handle the switch for you.
What is a Termination Notice?
A Termination Notice is a document that we use to tell your supplier that we are terminating your current tariff and moving you onto a new one with new business rates. You will receive a termination notice and a Letter of Authority in your Welcome Pack which you simply need to sign and return to either firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to: Exchange Utility, Bridge House, Yeargate Industrial Estate, Bury, BL9 7HT. These documents allow Exchange Utility to act on your behalf and complete the transition from one supplier to another for you.
After this has been completed, we handle the entire process for you and move you over to your new business electricity supplier.
Do you have any more questions about Business Electricity Rates per kWh?
If you have any other questions or concerns about business electricity prices per kWh, then please give us a quick call on 0800 977 7000 or use our live chat.
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*Average savings of 36% can be achieved when compared to your current energy suppliers standard out of contract rates