Business Energy NPower

Established in 2002, NPower has gone through multiple names and acquisitions but is now wholly owned by E.ON as the two are working together to cater to all of your business needs. In addition to being one of the top six UK energy suppliers, it supplies power to thousands of businesses and is the number one supplier of gas and electricity to UK businesses.

Why choose NPower?

NPower offers tailorable fixed contracts so you set the boundaries for your business, these contracts can last up to five years if you wish to give you peace of mind. They offer live chats and other ways of contact to make sure you receive the best customer satisfaction.

They are a great supplier for many different business sizes from small to medium-sized enterprises to larger sites that require a lot more power. With a range of choices, you are spoilt for choice from your contract to your meter to help you with cost-efficiency.

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With more than 20,000 customers across over 20 industries, Npower Business Solutions is helping UK businesses rethink energy, allowing them to more easily achieve their goals. They offer Automated Meter Readers (AMRs) for small to larger companies and have a plan to introduce smart meters for enterprises to track their gas and electricity consumption. 

Moreover, NPower can provide your business with sub-metering for larger corporations that use multiple sites and buildings. Or, you can use unmetered supplies for stand-alone pieces of equipment that need to be powered, such as street lights. NPower have all bases covered for the diverse ways energy needs to be distributed throughout the UK. 

If your company has a fleet of electric cars, NPower and E.ON want to lead the way with their greener solutions, including bespoke charging ports for electric cars. 

The power giants also have many ways of producing power such as through solar, wind, heat pumps, biomass energy, combined heat and power (CHP), and converting waste heat to energy. With so many ways of producing power supplies, you will be covered for all of your gas and electricity supplies.  

More information on all of these ways to generate renewable power can be found on their easy-to-navigate website. Included is a three-step process offered by them that shows you how to optimise your energy usage to not only benefit you but also help save the planet!

NPower offers industry expertise to help you cut costs that are attractive, for instance, they point out that you can claim tax exemptions for reducing your energy usage, or you can sell the energy you make to benefit everyone. 

The company offers a variety of schemes and initiatives that deal with complex and ever-changing energy compliance issues your establishment may encounter. They offer facts on the variety of ways businesses need to report and audit their utility usage.

If you are unsure of the different types of practices that you should adopt in your business, NPower can assist you by collecting all the information for you and guiding you through the process. 

On their website, NPower breaks down their “fuel mixes” to demonstrate how they provide supplies to companies, according to their commercial gas limited licence and E.ON sources.  This level of detail and transparency is not seen on many other supplier sites so if you want to know what exactly goes into your supplies, be sure to go with NPower!

They have the quickest meter installation on the market, meaning if you decide to switch to them, you will be up and running in no time. Join the thousands of businesses that are helping lead the future of green power by signing up with NPower and making your business’s electricity supplied by different renewable sources. 



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Information & F.A.Q

Is it difficult to compare business gas and electric prices?


Here at Bright Utilities, we aim to make the process as simple as possible, by providing a quick solution and a bespoke deal to match your company’s needs. We will also ensure that you can run your business as normal during the switch to a new supplier. We also have customer services advisers available, who can answer any questions you may have and are able to explain the process in depth.

Why is a business gas and electricity comparison worthwhile?


If you are spending over £5,000 a year on business gas and electric as an SME. You should be comparing what is on offer in the energy market. Because whether you are with one of the big six energy companies or a smaller business gas and electric supplier. You may find that there is a better deal out there because once you begin to look at what is on offer on the market. In particular, there may be a pricing regime which fits the needs of your company better than the deal you currently have.

Furthermore, there may be a supplier who shares the business ethics of your own company. If you are concerned about your green credentials, you may want to examine providers who use renewable energy sources.

Contracts and business gas and electric comparison


Before you take the first steps in an energy comparison, take a look at your existing contract. This is because there may be a clause which limits the timing of a switch, specifying how much notice you must give your provider before switching.

There are however, certain circumstances in which your current supplier can object to you switching. Usually these involve any debt you may have with them, missed payments, or any terms referring to a fixed contract period. If they do object, they must tell you as soon as possible and explain their reasons for objecting, and offer a resolution.

Make sure that you understand the terms and conditions of any new contract you may be entering into, and make sure that you are happy with them. Also, there often wont be a cooling off period.

Does my business have a half hourly meter?


If your business uses a lot of electricity, you might need to have a half hourly electricity meter installed. If your business has a maximum demand of 100kW or greater in any half hour period during the day, then the law states that you must use half hour metering. If your business has a maximum demand of 70kW or more, you can opt to have a half hourly electric meter installed.

How long does it take to switch energy suppliers?


In most cases you can switch the day after your contract with your current energy supplier ends providing, we have given your provider 28 days notice before your contract end with your current energy supplier.

Why should I use Bright Utilities for my business energy?


Securing the most cost-effective electricity contract for your business is can be far from straight forward. Because, due to the numerous additional charges recently introduced and the various length of the contracts available. Using an energy broker can alleviate these issues, especially one which has established a long-term relationship with a wide range of suppliers. Therefore meaning they can provide a range of options and offer expert advice on the contract most suited to you.

If your current electricity supplier has given you a high-priced renewal, get in touch with Bright Utilities before going ahead with the renewal. Moreover, having an experienced broker like us in your corner could help you negotiate a much better business electricity deal. We will also even handle every last detail of switch business energy supplier. From all the paperwork to negotiating with electricity suppliers, the whole aim is to save your business money and get the best energy deal for your business electricity.

Why compare business energy prices?


Energy rates are always changing. Therefore, it makes sense to compare business electricity prices and switch to the best possible deal for you at renewal. It's not always about cost, though. You might choose to switch for better customer support or a tariff that suits your needs. Suppliers are no longer allowed to lock businesses into automatic rollover contracts, which means they can’t charge exit fees or include no-exit clauses in automatic rollovers. This could make it easier to switch business energy suppliers.

Is switching my business energy supplier a good idea?


Businesses use significantly more energy than the average household in the UK, so making sure you’re always on the most competitive electricity tariff is an easy way to save your business money. As well as this, if your current supplier has allowed you to roll on to a higher tariff, you could already be spending more money than you have to.

Using an intermediary to help compare business gas and electric

Here at Bright Utilities, we can support you and help you make a business gas and electric comparison. It is also important to understand that this is different to getting a quotation for your private home supplies.

There are few available price lists in the business market, so you will need to contact suppliers individually. Furthermore, some suppliers may not be interested in offering you a deal, depending on the size of your company and its credit rating. We can however take on a lot of the legwork for you.

We will ensure that the contract is tailored to meet your needs and explain any clauses that are causing you difficulty. We will also provide you with a list of the companies with which we can make a comparison.


Micro businesses and a business gas and electricity comparison

The size of a workforce may be a factor in choosing an appropriate supplier, since many providers will offer different deals for large corporations compared to SMEs.

The regulatory body, Ofgem, have also added another grouping referred to as micro businesses, and this may be relevant to you. These businesses qualify for different energy contracts. They must have fewer than ten employees, and show a current turnover of less than £2m, or alternatively an electricity usage of less than 100,000kWh, or gas billings of under 293,000kWh.

Remember that although business gas and electricity supplies may operate at a lower rate than domestic supplies, business customers are subject to the higher VAT rate of 20% in most cases, rather than the 5% applied to domestic supplies.

All businesses are also subject to the Climate Change Levy, which applies to both electricity and gas supplies.

Why you need to compare business gas and electricity


Most energy companies do not offer a dual fuel arrangement to businesses as they do to domestic consumers. This therefore means that you will have to have separate deals for both forms of energy supply. Many companies will offer a different rate, if you agree to take both electricity and gas from them, but this is unlikely to be the cheapest option.

If you use both types of energy, this means that you will have to carry out two comparison exercises, one for gas and also for your electricity supply.

Here at Bright Utilities, we can simplify the process for you and make sure that you get the most suitable deal for your company, and save money as you switch.

Business Energy Prices


With energy prices in a constant state of flux, you could be improving the position of your business by switching suppliers and negotiating a better deal.

At Bright Utilities, we also understand that it is not always only about outgoings. That is why we will look at a tailored deal which suits your needs. And also matches your green credentials where appropriate, and reflects a tariff which fits your requirements.

As well as this, we aim to provide you with all the energy related advice you need and help procure the energy deal which suits you best. And also by negotiating on your behalf. We can help you make better energy choices and take the stress out of comparing gas and electricity prices, and making that switch to a better deal.

So, let us help you get the process started and get a switch that suits your needs underway.

What is classed as a Microbusiness?


The rules are a little different for companies that are classified as 'microbusinesses'. These are small companies that either: use less than 100,000 kWh of electricity per yearuse less than 293,000 kWh of gas per year have 10 or fewer employees and turn over less than €2 million per yearIf you qualify as a microbusiness, your supplier must provide you with extra support with switching. For example putting the end-date and notice period for your contract on all bills. As well as telling you your annual energy consumption and how your old tariff compares with their latest options.

Can I switch to a green energy supplier?


Yes, Green electricity comes from renewable sources – like sunlight, wind, rain, plants and geothermal heat. Using an electricity supplier that sources some or all of its energy from renewables. Is of course one way of making sure your business is doing its bit for the environment. Please get in contact with one of our team and they will take you thought the options.

How do I compare business energy suppliers?


Firstly, you'll answer a few questions about how much electricity your business uses and where you're located. And then we'll run a search of all the available electricity deals based on what you've told us. You'll be able to see your estimated annual and monthly costs based on 1-5 year contracts. And also some key information about suppliers, like their eco credentials. Enter the postcode of your business. We can then access everything we need to give you a quote. Experts from Bright Utilities will study the market to help you find the energy tariff to suit your needs, then give you a brief call to discuss it.

What is the average saving I could be expecting from my business?


Our energy experts are very knowledgeable which makes it easy for them to find you the most competitive energy prices available, on average saving you up to 45% on your annual energy bill. Not only that, they’ll continue to monitor your tariff and let you know if anything cheaper becomes available, ensuring you never pay over the odds for your business energy.


Did you know we work with The ITF?

Bright Utilities has been working with the ITF since January 2020 and for every company who switches supplier, Bright Utilities will plant 10 trees with the International Tree Foundation.

One of the oldest environmental organisations in the world, ITF has been pioneering community led forest restoration since 1922. With each donation, ITF will plant ten trees with one of our African partners.

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