The energy market is highly volatile, with ever-changing wholesale and non-commodity costs. As a result, many businesses prefer an energy contract that is simpler than a flexible deal and will aid budget certainty and financial planning.
Having a fixed corporate energy contract helps give businesses budget security by setting costs for the duration of their agreement. It’s important to understand whether all your costs are fully fixed; not all non-commodity charges are fixed within a fixed price contact.
Procuring corporate energy contracts can be very time consuming for businesses especially as they need to understand when to go to market. Utilitywise can manage the entire process on your behalf with our proactive approach to electricity and gas fixed contract tendering. We’re renowned for negotiating competitive contracts at the most opportune points in the market.
Our fully Account Managed service offers our clients peace of mind with all aspects of their energy procurement. We assign clients a Procurement Analyst who has the knowledge and skills to deliver a service tailored to your individual needs and requirements. They are highly trained in resolving queries and liaising with energy suppliers to negotiate energy contracts.
Utilitywise will provide you with:
Thousands of businesses trust Utilitywise to help manage their commercial energy contracts. We have a proven track record in the corporate market:
When you become a fixed procurement client with Utilitywise, you can be confident that:
Our dedicated Account Directors and Procurement Analysts track the wholesale markets in advance of renewals, enabling us to identify prime opportunity points for clients to tender. We’re impartial and tender to all suppliers meaning we can find the most suitable contract for your requirements.
Fixed price energy contracts are one of the simplest forms of energy contract around. Find out how it can help your business.
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