Understanding how you pay for your business energy is key to finding the right deal
Our Fixed Price Energy Plans set the unit rate you're charged for a defined period of time. This rate will remain unchanged, even as market prices go up or down.
Finding the right fixed term plan could be the best way to manage the cost of your business energy.
In general, the longer you fix for, the higher the price. You're paying extra for the guarantee that allows you to budget more accurately for the length of the plan.
As well as the length of the plan and the price, you need to consider:
You'll be automatically put onto one of our Variable Price Plans (VPPs) if you've been on one of our Fixed Price Energy Plans and it runs out before you’ve found a new deal.
We'll let you know at least 30 days before you're moved on to a VPP. Your rates won't be fixed while you're on a VPP.
If you're on a Variable Price Plan, remember that:
Our deemed rates apply automatically when:
Deemed rates are usually more expensive than a fixed price plan so we’ll let you know the options.
Or get in touch so we can help you understand the alternatives.
We'll only move you onto an out of contract rate in exceptional circumstances.
If you're going to be moved onto these rates, we'll contact you to let you know the reasons and to explain the options that are open to you.
If your gas and electricity accounts are governed by our terms and conditions for large and corporate customers (v.9), when variable price product rates apply you’ll be charged out of contract rates. You can see those in our terms and conditions.
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