Now is the time to check you are getting the best possible business electricity prices
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(prHWY.com) April 6, 2012 - Bournemouth, United Kingdom -- Now is the time to check you are getting the best possible business electricity prices
As we trudge through what are, traditionally, the bleakest and coldest months of the year, it's important to keep an eye on business overheads, such as business electricity prices.
Despite recent moves by some of the Big Six energy companies to slash prices in the domestic market, and the hope that business electricity prices will also begin to fall, customers are being warned to stay vigilant and to consider business electricity price comparison to ensure that they are getting the best possible deal on their power.
In an increasingly competitive energy market, it is good to hear news of prices falling. Business energy users, as well as domestic customers, would be expected to benefit from lower business gas and business electricity rates
if savings made by energy suppliers thanks to a milder than expected winter to date are passed on.
But Julian Morgan, from business energy comparison service Energy Advice Line, warned that businesses should not automatically expect any savings to be passed on. He said it was still essential to compare [urlf=http://www.energyadviceline.org.uk/business_electricity.php] business electricity prices to get the best available deals on the market.
"Energy prices are still extremely volatile and firms should not assume their business energy suppliers will pass these savings on to them," Mr Morgan said.
"In any event, rises and falls in energy prices take some time to flow through to business energy customers as most firms are on fixed-term contracts - prices fluctuations only kick in once these contracts come up for renewal.
"In a competitive market like this, where business electricity and business gas suppliers are fighting for market share, it's actually more important than ever to compare commercial electricity and gas prices. It's the only way to find the cheapest deals."
It's easy to compare businesselectricity prices
by using an impartial service such as Energy Advice Line. With no contracts to any energy suppliers (unlike some other business electricity price comparison services) yet with the negotiating power to get better deals than small business owners going it alone, the Energy Advice Line offers a simple and no obligation comparison service.
You can compare business electricity prices and prices for commercial gas for free via the company's website, where the latest prices are displayed to guarantee transparency. You are also able to contact Energy Advice Line via a freephone service, where one of their knowledgeable advisors can talk you through the best available tariffs for your company.
Should you decide to switch, Energy Advice Line offers a complete switching service and will remind you when your business electricity contract is up for renewal, so you can again compare prices and shop around to ensure that you get the very best deal.
Visit Energy Advice Line's
website today to compare business electricity prices.
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