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FAQ's about using EnergyBroker

With so many steps and so much perceived hassle it's no wonder 84% of Irish businesses do not switch energy supplier every year. However, did you know that switching energy supplier every year is a simple way for your business to lower costs?

Here's our top FAQ's and what you need to know about using EnergyBroker to help you make the switch for your business.

 

1) How will I be charged for using EnergyBroker's service?

We do not charge our customers. Like any insurance broker or financial broker we receive payment from the energy supplier. Lower your bills with our free service.

 

2) Will EnergyBroker give me access to all the tariffs out there?

We only deal with suppliers we trust to give the lowest rates available & know will provide our customers with the best service. We always compare prices from many suppliers so you get the lowest rates on the market. Find lower energy rates for my business

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3) How are prices compared?

The first thing we look at is the Standing Charge and the Cost per kWh that each supplier offers. The Standing Charge is a daily fixed cost that covers grid maintenance and any other expenses incurred when supplying fuel directly to a premises. It’s not unlike paying for line rental with your phone contract. Cost per kWh is the price per unit of energy used. Could my business be paying a lower rate for it's kWh & find out how to lower my Standing Charge. 

 

4) Will I be able to switch to the supplier of my choice?

Yes, but it is important to remember that you can only switch when you are out of contract. It's very important to keep track of your contract end date, so you never get rolled over to another high rate contract by your current supplier. EnergyBroker will make sure your business never goes out of contract and onto a higher rate.

 

5) What information about my business do I need to give EnergyBroker?

In order for us to find you the best deal you need to provide us with a copy of your latest energy bills (electricity & gas) For us to determine when your contract end date is we need signed permission (Letter of Authority) for us to contact the suppliers on your behalf.

 

 6) How long will the process take?

Once we have your bill details we can let you know within a day if your business is paying too much for it's energy. We will then advise you and based on your decision we will handle all aspects of the switch for you. 

If you're interested in finding out whether your business could be saving money on energy costs please fill out the form below

 

 

 

 

 

 

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