Business energy FAQs
Some basic questions about business energy answered by our team of experts.
Contact your energy supplier to discuss the increase with them. Check your bill to ensure the meter reading is not estimated, which can result in a higher bill.
If you are unhappy with your supplier’s response, or you simply want independent advice on what they have told you, contact us on 0800 121 6022 or at email@example.com.
If you are unhappy with the service you have received from your supplier, you should make a complaint to them first to give them the opportunity to put things right.
If you are unhappy with your suppliers response, or you simply want independent advice on what they have told you, contact us on 0800 121 6022 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are different measures you can take to save money on your energy bill. Try our Energy Price Comparison Tool to make sure you are on the cheapest tariff for you. You can also find out tips on how to save money on our Energy Efficiency page.
If you need help using the tool, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0800 121 6022 or at email@example.com.
When you switch, your new supplier will work out the details with your old supplier. All energy suppliers use the same pipes and wires, so no work will be required at your property. The only difference will be who you get your bill from.
Most energy suppliers will credit check new and renewing business customers and depending on the outcome, it may be prudent to ask for a security deposit payment. The energy companies also pay for the energy in advance whereas the customer pays in arrears.
Yes. You can use NIE Network’s list of Commercial Suppliers and then call around to find the best deal for you.
Contact NIE Network on 03457 643 643 to find out who the current supplier is. Once you have registered, use NIE Network’s list of Commercial Suppliers and then call around to find the best deal for you.
View our Electricity Comparison Table and Gas Comparison Table on a regular basis for the best prices. If you find a cheaper tariff switch to them. If you are in a fixed term contract then end date with your current supplier before switching so you do not incur an early exit fee.