What do businesses think about water market deregulation?

What do businesses think about water market deregulation?

With only one in four feeling “informed” about water market deregulation, we're calling on British businesses to make the most of the potential benefits.

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Commercial Electricity & Gas Contracts

Whether you manage energy and facilities for a multi-national or run your own business, we have an energy contract to suit you.

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Business Water Procurement

Are you ready to switch your water supplier? If you're based in Scotland, you can switch and save right now ... and you'll soon be able to do exactly the same in England.

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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.”

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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.”

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Property Management Company

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    The business water market will deregulate in April 2017 and there’s a new development every day. In all the confusion, it would be easy to think that nobody knows exactly what’s going on.

  • Weekly Energy Market Review – 1 December 2016

    Year-ahead gas and power prices continue to trade sideways at a clear discount to the highs hit in early November.

  • Rough storage is far from smooth this winter

    The UK’s largest storage site has been offline since June, greatly limiting UK supply flexibility this winter and impacting gas prices across the board. With the Rough storage site returning next month, how will this impact on the UK energy market and what plans do we have for future storage?

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    Unfortunately, pubs are in a business category that has a bad credit rating because it has a reputation for defaulting on energy contracts.
    But there is help at hand.

  • Analysis and Commentary on GB Energy Supply

    The collapse of GB Energy Supply over the weekend reveals the inherent dangers for smaller entrants into the UK’s highly-competitive utilities market and has left the Company’s customers in a precarious position.

  • Sobering credit scores brew high energy bills for pubs

    Unfortunately, pubs are in a business category that has a bad credit rating because it has a reputation for defaulting on energy contracts.
    But there is help at hand.

  • Start Of British Energy Saving Time

    As well as turning back the clocks this weekend (30th October 2016), businesses should take stock of their energy saving policies as winter approaches.

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  • Water Solutions – Prepare Now

    A sea change in the water market is coming On 1 April 2017, the commercial water market in England is scheduled to be deregulated. This means any business will be able to switch water provider just like they can change their business energy supplier. Though the water wholesaler will still be geographically determined, the licensed provider…

  • Brexit – market impact one week on

    The week after the referendum before It hardly seems possible that it was only a week ago that the UK voted to leave the EU. The result sent shock waves around the world, impacting on financial and currencies markets as well as reshaping our political landscape. At the time of…