Buying Gas & Electricity For Your Business

7th April 2021

Buying energy can be confusing. That’s why the team at Professional Energy Purchasing (PEP) has created this quick video to help members understand how the energy market works and the different procurement options available.

Why have an energy contract?

If you don’t have an energy contract in place, you’ll pay your retail supplier a variable rate which is generally more expensive than being on a contract over a set period and is also subject to market volatility.  Contracts can also provide budget certainty and mitigate buying energy when the market price is high.

Why use Professional Energy Purchasing?

PEP has been the approved Energy Partner for the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce for several years because of their consistently high service and money-saving results for members .

They are experts in negotiating energy contracts, ensuring there are no unnecessary risk premiums included, and receive preferential prices from all main gas and electricity suppliers to provide customers with impartial and competitive prices.

They provide a dedicated account manager who will:

  • Liaise with suppliers on your behalf;
  • Advise when it’s the right time to buy;
  • Ensure any queries are managed quickly through strict supplier service agreements;
  • Advise early about renewals to ensure best future prices.

They can also provide a full energy management service to save members shopping around including energy efficiency audits, renewable product supply, and Net Zero planning support.

If you need advice on your energy contract get in touch for an informal, no obligation chat.

0114 327 2645

www.pepgb.com  

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