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Hassle-free energy and water management plans tailored to your business.

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A Utility Management Plan is tailored to your business. That means we can solve any of your business energy or water problems. Whether your utilities are a major strategic concern or you’re just trying to find a new energy contract, a Utility Management Plan is right for you.

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“The best part about Utilitywise is they give you awareness about these contracts, follow up in a friendly manner to assure you about the savings, take care of all the paperwork and yo! The contract is up and running for us. I started to monitor the cost savings from this month! I would go with Utilitywise for all our new contracts. Thank you, guys!”

Archana Rao
Charity

“I would highly recommend Utilitywise. Their professional, helpful and well informed staff have not only negotiated some very good deals on electricity and gas prices they have saved me a lot of time and effort that I would otherwise have spent shopping around for the best prices from the various suppliers myself. I have every confidence in them.”

Vic Hayward
Veterinary Surgery

“On behalf of St. John’s Parochial Church Council, I would like to express our appreciation for your efforts and especially those of your energy consultant, Alessandro, for the investigations into obtaining competitive tariffs for new contracts in respect of electricity and gas supplies on expiry of the existing contracts.”

W I Borthwick
Church

“The great thing about Utilitywise is that they take away the worry. They would only contact me when they needed me to either sign a form or had to run some numbers past me. I knew that I could concentrate on working on other things. Furthermore, the deal that they got me is excellent. I would happily recommend Utilitywise to other businesses.”

Iain Wilson
Property Management Company

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