Business Energy Procurement

The Green Energy Advice Bureau provide exclusive insights across the energy market, creating bespoke packages tailored to support your business.

We find the best energy solutions for your business

Our energy consultants take the hassle from switching supplier. We can help your business to save on energy that doesn’t cost the Earth and consolidate your energy accounts into one simple bill. We help our clients to identify key areas of waste, explore efficiency measures, and provide a holistic approach to energy efficiency. We do this throughout their organisation, aiming to reduce costs and lower consumption.

Our energy services have been developed to help companies plan for both overall or project reduction, implementing energy efficiency projects with performance guarantees, and a verified return on energy efficiency investments. We offer expertise across multi-site energy management, and help your organisation to meet mandatory legislative requirements, making a valuable contribution towards tackling climate change, while offering the best business energy tariffs on the market.

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Why we’re business energy experts

GEAB don’t just deliver the best energy packages based on price, we work across industry sectors to find the best suppliers to support your energy requirements.

Business energy suppliers

GEAB understand that while your first concern will be making the most cost-effective switch for your business, other crucial factors will influence your choice of energy provider. Your business needs to appoint an energy supplier which reflects your business values, offers great customer service, and generates energy in a way that supports your greener goals and meets legislative requirements.

Large suppliers

Until recently, The Big 6 referred to the core group of energy companies who supplied 90% of UK energy. As market share has now grown, Ofgem refer to the top ten firms currently dominating the market as Large Suppliers.

Green business energy suppliers

GEAB help businesses switch to a green business energy tariff. This tariff boosts environmental credentials and reduces carbon footprint, with all or some of the energy you use matched with renewable energy, and fed back into the National Grid.

Business energy suppliers

GEAB understand that while the first concern for your business is making the most cost-effective switch, other crucial sustainability factors must be determined and will influence your choice of energy provider, from customer service to the best consolidated deal.

Compliance

The Green Energy Advice Bureau deliver fully accredited legislative services, including comprehensive assessments, advisory reports and mandatory certification, along with implementation strategies to ensure your organisation improves energy performance to meet essential government compliance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do GEAB charge for this service?

GEAB currently follow a clear and transparent uplift model, with the Strategic Account Manager and/or Energy Services Team commission rates embedded into contracts within either the unit rates or standing charge. We fully disclose the margin made by ourselves to all customers at point of sale.

What is Net Zero?

Net Zero refers to the balance between the amount of greenhouse gas which is produced, versus the amount which is removed from the atmosphere. We will reach Net Zero status when the amount we add is no more than the amount subtracted. The UK hopes to obtain this status by 2050.

How can you help a multi-site business?

Energy management can be a time-consuming and complex task for any business, but for multi-site organisations with a large portfolio, getting the right energy strategy in place is critical to guarding against significant overspend.

How can I reduce my energy costs?

Reducing consumption across your business can range from making simple changes including installing LED lighting systems and improving heat retention with window film insulation; to implementing half-hourly metering systems and Smart monitoring across sites for greater control and insight into energy usage. GEAB can advise on the most worthwhile solutions for your business. Find out more in our guide 6 Ways to Grow a Greener Business.

What are the benefits of a Smart meter?

Smart meters automatically generate data and update readings every 30-minutes. Gas and electricity usage is displayed in real time, with consumption measured with more accurately, which means your business is billed for the amount of energy used, rather than estimated workplace usage, which can result in over or under-charging. You won’t need to submit meter readings to your supplier, and it is far easier to review processes and monitor consumption.

How are energy bills estimated?

The previous meter reading will be taken from your last bill and subtracted from your current reading. This figure is then multiplied by 2.83 to obtain the volume used in cubic metres. The result is multiplied by the energy contained in the gas or electricity used (the calorific value), which is divided by 3.6 to obtain the number of kilowatt-hours (kWh). Finally, the number of kWh used is multiplied by the pence per kWh rate to obtain the approximate consumption cost.

How do business energy contracts differ from domestic energy?

Business energy contracts tend to be for a fixed duration usually between one to five years, without the option to cancel early. Businesses can opt into fixed-rate energy contract with GEAB to protect them against changes in the energy market.

What affects the price of business energy?

Several factors can affect the wholesale price of business energy, including the weather, storage, regulatory pressures, crude oil prices, flow and availability, and wind generation.

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