Many a time we hear that businesses go bankrupt because of huge fixed costs that need to be paid upfront, such as the monthly bills for gas and electricity. The reason why is because these types of costs will arise before any profits are made, and could put the owners in a dangerous position if the expected profits do not live up to expectations. This is even more detrimental to bigger companies, as the consumption is proportionally higher. Luckily, regardless of the sector you operate in, by letting Utility Bidder’s large business team negotiate your contracts, you can reduce your corporate energy costs drastically.
Especially if your big business is involved in manufacturing, the electricity consumption is likely to reach very high levels. As the electricity percentage in your electric bill is around 44%, prices changing daily can pose a big problem for a company of a higher size. This is where the consultants and brokers at Utility Bidder will help, by giving your company the attention suited for its size. They will analyse your specific business case, then let you know of the best deals available. Installing a smart meter or changing electricity suppliers based on the best quotes after comparing different suppliers online are a few of the services Utility Bidder will provide for your corporate energy needs.
In terms of business gas, the price of oil tends to fluctuate dramatically and many big companies relying on it have suffered massive losses in the past. The best option for you is to turn to the Utility Bidder experts and their strong relationship with the largest oil suppliers, which can get you the best prices, while considering the corporate energy environmental impact. As timing is key, knowing when your contract expires and researching the market thoroughly even a year in advance with the help of Utility Bidder can yield you a lower-cost business energy deal you will be grateful for. With their help, you can lock in a deal over a longer period of time, which can prove crucial in protecting your investment against sudden market price increases.