Deemed Tariffs

If you’ve recently moved business premises and have started using gas and electricity without first agreeing a contract with a supplier, you’ll be placed on a deemed rates contract. Your energy supplier may also place your business on deemed rates if you continue to use energy after your current deal has expired or is terminated by yourself or your supplier.

Some contracts do stipulate what rate you’ll pay after termination, however many don’t, so you’ll need to be sure of when your contract ends to ensure you don’t overpay for energy. Deemed tariffs are, on average, 80% higher than rates charged in negotiated contracts - so make sure you switch to a better deal, as soon as possible. Give our energy experts a call on #CAMPAIGNBUSINESSSERVICENUMBER# to run a comparison today

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