Comparing Energy Quotes

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Comparing Energy Quotes The energy market is complex and difficult to navigate at the best of times which can make comparing the information on energy quotes a daunting task.  In this post we have listed a few tips to help you along the way: 1. Find out exactly what your responsible for You may only […]

What are Deemed Rates and how to avoid them

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What are Deemed Rates?  Deemed rates (or Out of Contract Rates) are the unit rates that your energy provider will automatically roll your account onto if your contract end date is passed and the contract hasn’t been renewed or moved to a new supplier.  Some energy providers or brokers will simply roll you over onto […]

Top Ten Energy Tips – Get Everyone Involved

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Top Ten Energy Tips – 8 Get everyone involved The cheapest way to start to make an impact on your energy bills is to get your staff and students involved. Creating hype around your energy efficiency goals and creating an environment where energy responsibility is expected is how you will save the most money. Part […]

Schools – CRC exempt In 2013 or 2014 – where is the guidance to support them

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There are thousands of schools still buying energy through local authorities, brokers and energy companies that may be charging Schools the CRC energy efficiency tax when they are exempt from paying. If you are a School signed up then check your electricity contract to see if you are paying CRC.  Guidance is unclear but if […]

Top Ten Energy Tips – Tip 6

Top Ten Energy Tips – Tip 6 – Do you know how much extra your School is paying for your Gas and Electricity? In fact many don’t have the time to protectively check the a complex market before signing their next energy contracts. Many Schools  are unaware of the impending changes to the energy market […]

Schools – Don’t sign up to fixed energy contracts

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The energy market is very volatile at the moment with a wide range of different factors that will affect prices over the next 18 months with prices potentially moving both up and down.  There is the political wrangling between the two major political parties, the introduction of ‘fracking’ for Shale Gas, the surplus of energy […]

Top Ten Energy Tips for Schools – Tip 3

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Top Ten Energy Tips – Tip 3 – Do you know how much extra your School is paying for your Gas and Electricity? In fact many don’t have the time to proactively check the a complex market before signing their next energy contracts.  Many Schools simply allow existing energy contract to roll-over onto a higher […]

Top Ten Energy Tips for Schools – Tip 2

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Top Ten Energy Tips – Tip 2 – Do you know how much extra your School is paying for your Gas and Electricity? In fact many don’t have the time to proactively check the a complex market before signing their next energy contracts.  Many Schools  simply allow existing energy contract to roll-over onto a higher […]