At The Energy Desk, we offer all types of commercial electricity contracts, from fully fixed price energy plans to flexible basket arrangements. We’re proud to have helped over 20,000 businesses save money on their commercial electricity, from both the half hourly and non-half hourly markets.
Our clients include individual retailers, industrial manufacturers, leisure chains, pub groups, development companies, government offices and development companies.
The Energy Desk endeavour to provide clear, transparent electricity services to our customers and clients. Each of our plans has been developed to save your businesses’ costs and ensure you’re getting the best value for money.
If you’re looking to change your electricity provider or you want to save money, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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TED provide services that best fit the needs of your business and with minimal disruption to ensure you never spend more than you must.
TED provide a full support system to you; every business owner will receive their own account manager to support and assist with billing issues, smart meter assistance, renewal, health checks and more.
With numerous new green taxes added and more to be introduced on electricity contacts, clarity on the overall cost of commercial electricity has never been so important. .
The Energy Desk understands that as a small to medium enterprise, you want convenient and clear, best priced offers with no hidden costs.
Our SME electricity procurement service can offer a fixed rate electricity, so your business is protected from unexpected energy price increases, whilst being guaranteed a low fixed rate for the full term of the electricity supply contract.
Through TED, if your business has 5 or more sites that require electricity, a multi-site electricity contact will allow you to reduce costs and minimise hassle.
By grouping your electricity contracts together, a multi-site contract will make for a simpler and more manageable system, which is significantly more cost effective than purchasing energy for each site separately.
TED’s market analysts will advise you on the best time to purchase energy up to 2 years in advance, by tracking market peaks and troughs.
The Energy Desk have a variety of Flexible Procurement solutions available, ranging from simple trackers to fully flexible solutions providing a platform to buy and sell energy back
Volatility in the energy markets has been at unprecedented levels over recent years and is set to continue for the foreseeable future.
Since the 1998 market crash, the introduction of flexible procurement allows clients to trade, fix or sell energy in order to spread the risk of energy purchasing.
TED is committed to finding the best commercial electricity procurement for your business. Talk to TED today and start saving on your energy bills.
TED’s commercial electricity procurement services include:
When purchased at an opportune time, keeping a fixed energy tariff at a low price for 5 years can prove to be extremely cost effective. Whereas our flexible energy purchase allows price to vary based on current market conditions which can prove more attractive during high-price market conditions.
Flexible purchasing allows TED’s customers to take advantage of price changes in the energy market allowing businesses the opportunity to spread price risks over several purchasing decisions throughout the year.
Utilising TED Tech, TED can provide granular data logging to better understand customer consumption and advise accordingly on how best to manage business energy consumption.
TED can provide what is known as basket deals, companies join our ‘basket’ and buy as a group / collective, the group purchase allows for bulk buying, which can provide better pricing than what could be obtained through single site purchasing.
TED can offer contracts that are reviewed on a quarterly basis, giving customers the chance to drop it in favour of a better deal that may appear mid-way through the contract if energy prices increase or decline.