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Reducing Business Energy Costs Together

The National Energy Purchasing Groups

Want to be part of an energy framework that can help reduce your organisations energy costs further? Well now you can!

If your organisation is eligible* you can register your interest in our National Energy Purchasing Groups for water, gas and electricity.

A fully managed service

With rising energy costs businesses need security, lower prices and budget certainty when agreeing energy contracts.
The National Energy Hub offer services that help you monitor and reduce your energy costs with protection in a volatile marketplace.
With our expertise your organisation can manage, monitor and reduce energy costs, consumption and carbon emissions.

The Energy Buying Revolution

Energy is purchased in advance (PIA) aiding budget certainty and giving you peace of mind and protection from market increases.
We can re-forecast, sell back and buy energy with no risk premiums and increasing saving opportunities during the contract.

Benefits of the framework

  • Access to the wholesale energy market
  • All risk premiums removed by suppliers through unit rates and capacity charges
  • The most cost effective and risk averse method of purchasing energy
  • Direct access to a unique range of value added services, including but not limited to bill validations and carbon emission (CRC) reporting
  • Bespoke billing options
  • Take advantage of a falling market to increase saving opportunities. 250 purchasing opportunities as oppose to the one-day window you get with fixed contracts
  • Technical support through a Carbon Trust accredited energy management partner
  • Includes the provision of new connections and meteing
  • Open to all organisations with requirements for, gas or electricity

Interested?

Register your interest before 1st April 2018 to see how your organisation can benefit from our National Energy Purchasing Groups today.

*Eligible organisations include; private organisations registered with Companies House and sole traders. All public sectors spending less than the OJEU thresholds are also eligible.