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Commercial Electric Company

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When it comes to commercial electric companies, UK businesses are spoiled for choice. Big, established names in the energy market, such as British Gas and Npower compete with smaller niche companies such as Ebico and newcomers like Utilita. The range of different suppliers and products can be bewildering as rival companies vie for customers. Our simple web form lets you compare the whole of the UK market at a single step; simply enter your details along with your current energy usage to receive an immediate quote.

Few companies now specialise solely in electricity. Most offer other services as well -- gas, for example, as well as telecom and other services. You can now get your natural gas, your telephone service and even your broadband Internet from an electricity company. It can sometimes be quite economical to switch to these bundled services, as companies sometimes offer discounts if you purchase more than one service from them.

As well as these other services, a commercial electric company may offer electricity generated from different forms of power. Some companies, such as Good Energy and Ecotricity, specialise in supplying energy generated solely from renewable sources such as wind power and hydroelectric power. Others, such as Npower, offer both conventionally-generated and green energy; customers can sign up for Npower's "Juice" tariff, where for every unit of electrical energy used, Npower will ensure that an equivalent amount of electricity is added back into the National Grid. Green Energy UK takes a different approach: this independent energy supplier offers two different tariffs that customers can choose from. Under the Pale Green tariff, the company supplies electricity from mixed sources -- both renewable and non-renewable sources. The Deep Green tariff specifies that all the electricity supplied must come from 100% renewable energy sources. Some electricity companies charge you more for "greener" electricity, while others offer discounted rates to encourage the uptake of more environmentally-friendly energy. Ebico, the UK's sole not-for-profit energy supplier, takes a different approach: they offer a service called Equiclimate, which enables customers to offset their CO2 by purchasing carbon credits on the European market.

As well as switching to a different supplier, you can often reduce your electricity costs by changing to a different payment method. Many suppliers, including big names like British Gas and Npower, offer you significant discounts if you pay your bills via Direct Debit. Npower, for example, offers up to 60% off some bills if you set up Direct Debit payments. You can also look into companies that offer alternative ways of paying for electricity, such as Ebico. Through its EquiPower tariff, Ebico offers gas and electricity at bargain rates for prepayment customers. With such a wide variation in payment options and prices, it can be very helpful to use online tools to make a quick comparison between different tariffs.

Not all electricity companies supply the whole of the UK. Some smaller firms only distribute to certain regions; for example, Countrywide Energy only supplies customers in central and southern England and Wales. It can be frustrating to hear about a good deal from a small supplier, only to discover that it's not available in your area. Our simple web form only shows you the best quotes from your own area based on your postcode so there's no confusion about whether you can take advantage of a deal or not.

It's easy to assume that all commercial electric companies are all the same, with little real variation in when you'll actually pay. Given the incredible number of companies and products on offer, it can be tempting to imagine that the potential saving on cost isn't really worth the time and effort spent in checking out all the different options. Fortunately, there's a quick and easy way to cut through all of the confusion. Our website lets you compare business electricity tariffs from every supplier in the UK market, returning you the very lowest quotes and showing you exactly what you could save. Don't delay -- start saving immediately.

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RWE npower announces sale of subsidiaries to Utility Warehouse.

• Deal enhances competition in the domestic energy supply market; Npower Limited will sell Electricity Plus and Gas Plus subsidiaries to Telecom Plus by share sale for £218m• On completion, over 770,000 customer accounts will cease to be included by npower within its reported customer numbers. However, these customers will see no change in their service or contracts, and will continue to be sup

20th November 2013