Energy Consultants Yorkshire

GAS AND ELECTRICITY

Trust Utilinet with your energy costs.

Let us take the hassle out of switching energy suppliers

WE HAVE GREAT CONTACTS WITH MORE THAN 20 OF THE COUNTRY’S LEADING ENERGY SUPPLIERS FOR BUSINESS, SO YOU CAN BE REST ASSURED THERE IS NO-ONE BETTER QUALIFIED TO FIND YOU THE BEST DEAL FOR YOUR BUSINESS ENERGY QUOTES

Big enough to get the best deal, small enough to care with your own account manager who will handle the contract from beginning to end and resolve any issues at no added cost to your business. They will make switching or re-negotiating your energy needs as quick and as hassle-free as possible.

Whether you’re the owner of a small store, or a large manufacturing firm with factories across several sites, our business energy consultants will search the market for the best prices and negotiate the most cost effective deal for you.

Changes in your gas and electricity prices can bring uncertainty for any businesses, fixed price energy tariffs for up to five years can give you peace of mind that your bills won’t suddenly rise and help you plan.

Going green no longer costs the earth

We also offer great, competitive deals on green energy tariffs – doing your bit for the environment no longer means paying over the odds for a renewable energy supply.

Choose from either our standard ‘new energy’ or ‘green energy’ tariff. Both are very competitive and can be taken out over 12 or 24 months. The ‘green energy’ tariff also consists of 100% renewable energy.

Send us your energy bills and an LOA today and one of our business energy consultants will be in touch to talk you through the process.

Case study 

We recently reviewed the contract for a local bakery . The contract was coming up for review  so the accounts manager had diligently received quotations for the electricity supply.  She had received calls and given headline quotations from other parties.  On deciding that the various, independent and validated quotations supplied by Utilinet Yorkshire were not cheaper than one she had received, she decided to go with the random offer (saving an extra £110 on a 25K usage).

We discussed this dilemma and advised the bakery that the quotation the account manager had received would be rejected as that particular supplier could not accommodate their electricity meter.  We agreed to contact the bakery on the change-over day to see if they needed our help.  The call was timely as this contract had been rejected by the cheaper supplier for the reasons we had previously suggested.

Utilinet were able to re-price the supply and place them with a suitable supplier.  The decision to opt for those headline rates cost the company an extra £1,500 by falling into out of contract rates.