Business Electricity

Cheapest Business Electricity

Business Electricity Savings: We all want the cheapest business electricty, as electricity these days makes up a considerable portion of any business’s overall costs. Still, there are savings to be made, and many would be amazed at the difference in price suppliers offer for your contract.

But with dozens of energy providers in the market, trying to contact all of these to find, collate the quotes to ensure you get the best price is very time consuming and often very frustrating. Taking away your valuable time that could be used elsewhere running your business.

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We Compare 30+ UK Suppliers To Get You The Best Price For Your Business Electricity

NRGUtility will take that headache away from, not only that, but with our relationships with over 30+ of the UK’S largest business electricity providers, we have access to the best prices. All we need from you is a copy of your recent Electricity Bill and a signed letter of authority from you, and that’s it, for many businesses we can get quotes in a matter of hours, however for larger companies and those on half-hourly meters this process takes about a week.

Once we have the quotes, we will present you with the best options for your business electricity.

Remember if your existing contract is coming to an end, you must have a new contract in place 28 days before your current contract expires or run the risk of being albeit temporarily on an out of contract tariff if you don’t know when your contract ends, we can find out for you.

With NRGUtility on your side, you won’t need to do a thing we will source the quotes, prepare the contacts all you will need to do is agree on what quote to go with and sign the contract drawn up by us, and we ensure a seamless transition from one contract to another.

So instead of spending hours ringing dozens of different electricity suppliers. Get in touch today, and we will do all the hard work for you.

Renewable Energy - Solar Panels

The electricity produced by solar panels is clean, renewable and emission free.

By going solar, you can reduce the demand for fossil fuels, limit greenhouse gas emissions, and shrink your own carbon footprint. In fact, just one home installinga solar energy system has a measurable effect on the environment.

Solar Energy is a clean, affordable, and sustainable way to generate electricity. Along with substantial financial benefits, solar power has significant environmental benefits as well,reduces air pollution,reduces water wastage,reduces our reliance on fossil fuels,helps fight climate change,helps reduce our household’s carbon footprint

Most people who go solar on their home or business do so primarily for the economic benefit. There are four main ways to think about solar from a financial benefits perspective:

Going solar drastically reduces or even eliminates your electric bills. Electricity costs can make up a large portion of your monthly expenses. With a solar panel system, you’ll generate free power for your system’s entire 25+ year lifespan. Even if you don’t produce 100 percent of the energy you consume, solar still reduces your utility bills, meaning you’ll save a lot of money.

Going solar helps avoid rising energy costs. Every year, electricity prices continue to increase throughout the country. By investing in a solar energy system now, you can lock-in the price you pay for electricity today in order to protect against future increases in electricity costs.

Going solar increases your property value. This one’s easy: homes with solar sell for more than homes without. And when you consider that solar allows you to reduce or eliminate electricity bills, it’s easy to understand why: wouldn’t you rather live somewhere without monthly utility bills?

How do solar panels work?

  • A solar PV panel consists of many cells made from layers of semi-conducting material, most commonly silicon. When light shines on this material, a flow of electricity is created.
  • The cells don’t need direct sunlight to work and can even work on cloudy days. However, the stronger the sunshine, the more electricity generated.
  • Solar PV systems are made up of several panels, with each panel generating around 355W of energy in strong sunlight. Typical systems contain around 15 panels and generate direct current (DC) electricity. Because the electricity used for household appliances is alternating current (AC), an inverter is installed along with the system to convert DC electricity to AC. This electricity can be used throughout your home, or exported to the grid.
  • Renewable energy is any natural resource that can replace itself quickly and dependably.
  • Renewable energy sources are abundant, sustainable, and environmentally-friendly – making them a great choice for us humans and our planet!
  • Unlike fossil fuels, renewable energy sources won’t ever run out, as they are constantly replenished no matter how much we use. So while supplies of fossil fuels like coal and oil will eventually be depleted, renewable energy sources will always be there.Solar Energy
  • Solar energy comes from the sun. It’s the primary source of energy for all living things on Earth, and can also be converted into electricity through solar cells.

What are the benefits of solar energy?

  • Solar energy comes jam-packed with benefits. Here are a few reasons why solar power is so awesome!
  • It’s renewable, which means we will never run out of it.
  • It’s easy to generate – once solar panels are installed and are running at maximum efficiency, they only need a small amount of maintenance.
  • It’s silent – PV cells make no noise at all as they turn sunlight into usable electricity. So we can enjoy the peace and quiet!
  • It’s non-polluting. Solar electricity power plants produce zero emissions when they’re up and running.

What is climate change?

The definition of climate change is any process that causes adjustments to a climate system. Today, we often use the phrase to describe the way humans are affecting the climate, through the release of heat-trapping greenhouse gases.

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