If you’ve already searched for business energy contracts, you’ll know there are a range of contract types available to choose from. The two contracts you have probably heard about most are fixed-term contracts and flexible-term contracts.
Fixed-term contracts mean you’ll pay the same amount of money [per kWh of energy] for the duration of your contract – this unit price for gas and electricity will never change. These contracts are popular because they enable businesses to better predict their bills and have more control. They’re also the best way to protect against energy price rises, which can push your annual bills up by hundreds of pounds. Flexible-rate contracts are deals where the unit price you pay changes depending on what the market is doing – if the market price rises, so will your unit price. The advantages and disadvantages of these contracts are obvious, and whilst some like taking the gamble that prices can fall, others prefer to not take such a chance.
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