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We love to help small businesses and so we’ve provided some useful energy resources below. If you are looking for government or legislation information or trying to contact industry bodies in the energy sector then you will find the relevant links below. However we’re always happy to help answer any questions you may have so if you need any advice just give us a call on 0800 411 8830.
If there are any industry bodies or government organisations that you would like us to include here then let us know and we will get them added to the list.
The DECC website has information about saving energy for both your home and business.
Find tools and guides for running your business on the BIS site. There’s also information about pensions, business finance and available grants.
Protects consumers by promoting competition and regulating the monopoly companies which run the gas and electricity networks.
Consumer Focus is the statutory consumer champion for England, Wales, Scotland and (for postal consumers) Northern Ireland.
If you have a problem sorting out a complaint with a gas or electricity (an energy) company, the energy ombudsman may be able to help.
The Energy Saving Trust gives impartial, accurate and independent advice to communities and households on how to reduce carbon emissions, save money on energy bills and how to use water more sustainably. They work in partnership with government, local authorities, third party organisations and businesses.
The Carbon Trust is an organisation which helps businesses, governments and the public sector to speed up the move to a low carbon economy through carbon reduction, energy-saving measures and low carbon technology.
ESTA, the Energy Services and Technology Association, is the UK’s leading Energy Management industry association.
Energy UK was established in April 2012 following a merger of the Association of Electricity Producers, the Energy Retail Association and the UK Business Council for Sustainable Energy.
The Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA) is the leading campaigner of an integrated approach to delivering energy services using combined heat and power and district heating.
National Energy Action (NEA) is the national charity which aims to get rid of fuel poverty and campaigns for more investment in energy efficiency to help those who are poor and vulnerable.
The Energy Institute (EI) is the professional body for the energy industry, delivering good practice and professionalism across the whole of the sector.
Energy Networks Association (ENA) represents the ‘wires and pipes’ transmission and distribution network operators for gas and electricity in the UK and Ireland.
The Energy Intensive Users Group (EIUG) is a single-issue lobby group which campaigns for secure industrial energy supplies at internationally competitive prices.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) is an autonomous organisation that works to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for its 28 member countries and beyond.
National Grid owns and manages the grids to which many different energy sources are connected.
Distribution networks own and operate the distribution network of cables and towers that deliver electricity from the transmission network to homes and businesses across the country.
National Grid Metering is a subsidiary of National Grid, providing metering services to around 17 million of National Grid’s gas meters within the regulated gas market.
This is the government’s online resource for businesses.
RenewableUK is the trade and professional body for the UK wind and marine renewables industries. RenewableUK was formed in 1978 and has 661 members. It is the leading renewable energy trade association in the UK.
The Renewable Energy Association (REA) was established in 2001, as a not-for-profit trade association, to represent British renewable energy producers and promote the use of renewable energy in the UK.
An independent daily resource and information service for UK businesses that want to learn more about the opportunities and challenges of moving to a low carbon economy.
"Very easy. Bea Luseni very efficient & knowledgeable."This review was posted by Alan Duffy on the 31st of March 2017
Super helpful and easy to work with
"Recommend this company in a heartbeat - Nicole Borneuf was super easy to talk to, was not pushy in the slightest, very helpful and replied with all my questions very professionally and did all she could to help. I had to deal with a few companies to sort my business energy out, all but Nicole were too pushy for my liking and I refused to follow through with them. Thank Nicole - you are a credit to your company, thank you for making the stressful energy change so easy."This review was posted by Mia Drew on the 29th of March 2017
An Extremely Competent Company
"Switch my business has not only helped my SME secure a good energy deal for the second year running but Jessica swiftly found a alternative supplier for me when I was let down on the day of switching by the new contractual provider I had chosen some 4 months previously. Being suddenly out of contract and without provider is everyone's energy nightmare. Greatest thanks."This review was posted by S McMillan on the 29th of March 2017
Helpful, friendly and we saved lots of money!
"Jessica Purnell was helpful and friendly, she made the whole process easy and simple AND we saved lots of money thanks Jess"This review was posted by Melanie Baker on the 23rd of March 2017
Quick & Easy
"Kabibi was very helpful and the whole process was very efficient. The one small reservation I had was that I was phoned up by Kabibi almost immediately having received my online quote - which wasn't enough time for me to finish reading the quotes! Fortunately she was able to assist me in a greater savings on both Gas & Electricity, and so as long as the switchover is seamless I will remain very happy with the service."This review was posted by Amanda Brown on the 21st of March 2017