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What is biomass energy and how is it made? In short, biomass energy is a renewable energy source derived from raw materials and animal materials. If you're thinking about switching to a green energy contract, it's important to understand what you're getting. Most people hold the wrong...

Large business energy contracts can be pricey if you choose the wrong plan. A great option for any high energy user is a multi-site meter. Unlike standard contracts which can lead you to overpay for your gas and electricity use, a multi-site energy deal can help...

With the election ending, the uncertainty surrounding Brexit is still rife within the minds of the general public. Until negotiations are agreed upon, the future of the UK is very much a mystery. Regarding the in the impact of Brexit on energy, our departure from...

Value Added Tax (or VAT) is an indirect tax which is placed whenever value is added throughout the supply chain (from raw materials to final product). If your business's taxable annual income is over £85,000 you will need to register for a VAT charge on...

A good supplier will be on your side. We've come to expect excellent customer service and accuracy as the norm, however, there are odd incidents where energy giants can make mistakes. At its worst, suppliers can repeatedly threaten customers over bills they are not responsible for,...

What Is An Business Energy Tariff? A business energy tariff is how an energy supplier charges a customer for their electric and gas usage. There are many types of energy tariffs on the market, all with their own pros and cons. The cost of your energy...

A faulty meter can be the source of a lot of problems. You may find that the meter box is damaged or the meter itself is malfunctioning. Unlike some electricity issues that we're more familiar with, such as power cuts, broken meters can often fly...

According to OFGEM only 21% of SMEs make the time to review available energy tariffs to compare and review what they could be saving. Surely this cant be true? And, at a time when SMEs need to cut costs more than ever, the humble rising...