Power Ahead: changes to the energy sector

Changes to the energy sector
Changes to the energy sector

When deciding on a new energy contract, pricing strategy will be a key concern, with most businesses looking for something cheaper than their current rates. Price comparison website Make it Cheaper makes comparative judgements on the pricing of different energy packages using a number of different measures, predominantly looking at the cost of unit price, as well as the standing charges that need to be taken into consideration.

When considering the tariff that an SME may be eligible for, there are a number of questions that first need answering in order to ensure you have access to the best prices. Businesses need to take into consideration such things as physical location, the duration of the contract they are looking for and the sector they are in, as well as their credit score, as some suppliers will apply a minimum benchmark score.

In the next instalment of our energy series, we take a look at the different kinds of tariffs available…