Why let one business energy supplier monopolise your business? Find the best energy supplier for all your business needs with uSwitch business energy.
Business energy customers have plenty of options when deciding who to choose for their energy supply.
The familiar names which currently supply your home can also supply your business.
British Gas, EDF Energy, npower business, E.ON, Scottish and Southern Energy and ScottishPower all offer energy plans for business customers, but there are many other smaller companies providing competitive prices too.
Like domestic customers, businesses are free to choose the best business energy supplier for their needs.
But with so many options and variables involved in choosing the best business energy supplier, many businesses opt to use an experienced intermediary to do the research and negotiations for them.
uSwitchforbusiness energy comparison provides a free, quick and impartial service to find the best energy deals for businesses of all shapes and sizes.
How does uSwitch evaluate business energy suppliers?
uSwitch business energy compares plans from many business energy suppliers. uSwitch is not a supplier itself, but acts as an independent advisor in association with its partners, giving businesses an impartial view of the business energy suppliers on offer.
uSwitch business energy makes it easier to choose the most appropriate deal for your business energy needs.
Why put up with high business energy prices?
Save on your business energy bills by becoming one of the thousands of customers who switch with uSwitch each week.
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*Saving is based on average business gas usage (65,000 kwh). The potential saving is the maximum saving that can be made by switching Gas between Big Six Supplier 1yr tariffs (Gas switch from 3.79p/kwh to 2.94p/kwh). All prices are correct as of 21/05/2015.