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Utligy is an independent and impartial energy price comparison service for business users in the UK.

Find out why we help over 3,254 businesses per year, save at least 21% by switching their electricity, gas & water supplier to a cheaper deal.

“Using Utiligy couldn’t be simpler. We were able to get an impartial whole of market comparison. Compare costs side-by-side. Allowing us make a fully informed choice on our use of energy. It saved us £12,451/annum.”

ADAM BERRY – OPERATIONS MANAGER
 
 

Get Your Perfect Commercial Energy Deal

Use Utiligy Switch to quickly identify which electricity, gas or water provider is ideal for your particular business requirements.

Utiligy Switch enables you to make a fast, side-by-side comparison of all of your options. All that’s required are a few details from your current bills. 

Thousands of small and large companies across the UK are making energy savings today, so why don’t you join them now?

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Whatever market you operate in, whatever the size of your company, electricity bills and gas bills can be a drain on your running costs. And it’s all too easy to get stuck on a tariff that’s too expensive or simply not right for your specific needs.


At Utiligy, we understand and appreciate that each and every business has different energy requirements. When it comes to gas, electricity and water, there’s no such thing as one size fits all. And that’s exactly why we’re dedicated to finding you the best energy rates for your particular requirements.

When it comes to business energy, there’s no need to get stuck with one provider, especially if you’re paying more than you should be for your gas and electricity.

But many of us do get stuck with the same old supplier, on a business energy contract that’s not right and too expensive. The main reason is, we think that switching will be a time-consuming, frustrating and costly process.


It’s true, finding the best gas and electricity tariffs for your business can take time, which you probably don’t have a great deal of at your disposal.


But that’s where Utiligy comes in…

We make switching your business energy simple and straightforward.


With Utiligy, all you need to do to save up to 26 per cent on your energy bills is use our free and simple comparison tool. It’s been designed to save you money, save you time, and make it easier than ever to find the fairest deals and switch suppliers.


Our expert comparison software enables you to find the best gas, electricity and water services for your business in an instant.


And once you’ve compared, as well as handing the whole process for you, our dedicated team are on hand to help with any queries you have at any stage.

Business size Average annual usage (kWh) Average price (per kWh) Standing charge (daily) Average annual price
Micro business 5,000–15,000 13.0p–13.5p 26.0p–30.0p £650–£1,800
Small business 15,000–25,000 11.8p–13.0p 24.0p–26.0p £1,900–£2,900
Medium business 25,000–50,000 11.3p–13.0p 21.0p–23.0p £3,300–£5000
For gas rates, your company will be put into a category determined by the size of your business. You’ll then pay monthly instalments that cover your estimated use. With gas rates for business, you can choose between being placed on a fixed or variable rate tariff. Take a look at how much gas your business should be using and how much you should be paying in standing charges and unit costs:
Business size Average annual usage (kWh) Average price (per kWh) Standing charge (daily) Average annual price
Micro business 5,000–15,000 4.1p–4.5p 23.0p–26.0p £300–£700
Small business 15,000–30,000 3.8p–4.0p 21.0p–22.0p £800–£1,40
Medium business 30,000–65,000 3.5p–3.7p 18.0p–20.0p £1,500–£2,000
There are many variables when it comes to choosing the best business energy provider for your business, so the best thing to do is use Utiligy’s comparison tool and let our experts handle the switching process for you. This will save you time, money and a fair amount of hassle!

Why not compare business energy for your company today? We’ll search for the best deals from the most suitable suppliers and get you on the fast track to the most suitable business energy supplier for your needs.

There’s a full and competitive market out there for business energy customers, and Utiligy is the best way to tap into that market.

How to get started:

  • Enter a few details and request a quote
  • You’ll instantly be provided with a comparison of the best suppliers, plus details of how much you can save
  • Switching is easy – we can handle the whole process for you, from start to finish.


We work only with trusted suppliers that offer great deals and provide a brilliant service to our customers.

When comparing business energy prices, there are two main charges to pay particular attention to:

  • Unit cost: this is the price you pay for each unit (measured in kWh) your business uses.
  • Standing charge: this is a daily charge that covers the maintenance of the national grid, and the cost of transporting energy to your premises.
 

There are five main types of business energy tariff. To make sure you’re not paying too much for your energy, it’s important to make sure you’re on the right one for your business. The five main types of business energy contracts are:

  1. Fixed-term – a set price per unit (kWh) for the duration of the contract. This does not fix the total amount that you pay each month, which will vary according to your usage.
  2. Variable-rate – unit rates are linked to market activity, meaning they may fluctuate throughout the duration of your contract.
  3. Deemed rate – also known as an out-of-contract rate tariff. This is a rolling deal with expensive rates.
  4. 28-day – a contract for businesses who haven’t switched since the energy market was deregulated
  5. Rollover – a contract that is used when no alternative has been agreed before your current contract’s end date. Rates are usually among the supplier’s most expensive.

When you compare with Utiligy, you’re presented with suppliers that offer the most suitable rates for your budget and business needs.

To make sure we can give you accurate estimates, part of the Utiligy quote service requires you to upload a recent bill. This will give us an idea of your company’s current energy usage and it will also make it easier for us to see where money can be saved and where improvements can be made.

We make switching your business energy simple and straightforward.


With Utiligy, all you need to do to save up to 26 per cent on your energy bills is use our free and simple comparison tool. It’s been designed to save you money, save you time, and make it easier than ever to find the fairest deals and switch suppliers.


Our expert comparison software enables you to find the best gas, electricity and water services for your business in an instant.


And once you’ve compared, as well as handing the whole process for you, our dedicated team are on hand to help with any queries you have at any stage.

Business energy quotes vary between suppliers. The price quotes you’ll receive will depend on a number of factors, including current energy consumption and your business location.

Other considerations include:

  • The size of your business
  • The industry you operate in
  • Your business’s average annual energy consumption
  • The number of sites you need quotes for
  • The length of the contract that you prefer

If you’re a large business that uses a lot of energy or you operate across a number of locations, a multi-site energy deal that puts everything on one tariff could save you time and money.

If you’re a large energy user, you’ll also have to take on half-hourly metering. This is a system that provides accurate meter readings to your supplier every half an hour. This is a requirement for all businesses with a maximum demand of at least 100kW in any 30-minute period.



Take a look at how much electricity your business should be using and how much you should be paying in standing charges and unit costs.