Energy Contract Review
- An audit of your current contract terms
- A review your current energy spends
- Detailed checks to make sure all your relevant agreements are correct and contracted
Our free, no obligation Energy Contract Review could help you identify areas of your business where you could be more cost efficient. It won’t cost you a penny and all we need to get started is a few details and a copy of your latest invoices.
If your contracts are coming to an end and you want to make sure you are on the most competitive rates or if you are fixed into your energy contract until later this year, but still want to make sure you are with the best supplier for your needs when they end, our Energy Contract Review can help give you all the information you need to make the right choices.
We work closely with over 20 different energy suppliers whom we’ve built fantastic relationships with but unlike many other consultants we do not sign up to sales targets or incentives. This allows us to give an honest, unbiased comparison. There are many simple energy saving solutions which can help you to reduce your energy usage. Let us help you to identify those areas which would be of greatest value to your business.
An audit of your current contract terms
A review of your current energy spends
Detailed checks to make sure all your relevant agreements are correct and contracted
A discussion around your company’s long-term energy strategy
Firstly, we need to obtain a Letter of Authority (LOA) from you in order for us to act on your behalf and speak directly with your energy suppliers. This is what gives us permission to act on your behalf but doesn’t contractually bind you to use Indigo Swan as your energy consultant.
We will send you a blank LOA to complete on headed paper and return to us once you express an interest to work together. Without this, we are unable to progress with an Energy Contract Review. Alongside the completed LOA, you will also need to send over copies of your latest energy invoices and/or photos of your meters.
Once we have this information, our team will work hard to gather all the data we need from your suppliers so that we can perform an audit of your current contract terms. This will include detailed checks to make sure all your relevant agreements are correct.
The last part of this process will be to have a discussion with you around our findings, your business’s long-term energy strategy and any sustainability aspirations. We will provide you with a document which will include all the information we obtained from your energy suppliers and our recommendations, so that you have all the information you need to decide your next steps.
If you would like to proceed with a free Energy Contract Review, please get in touch with us today using the form at the top of this page, speak to us directly via the live chat on our website, email us or give us a call on 01603 625522.
Oliver and Rae make up our New Business team and will be your first point of contact during the Energy Contract Review. They will be able to answer any queries you may have and will be in touch with you once we have completed the data gathering and are able to provide you with our findings.
Oliver is our Head of New Business and Sustainability. He is responsible for manging all of our new business enquires and leads on our sustainability initiatives.
Rae is our New Business and Sustainability Executive. She has a passion for helping businesses be more sustainable and helps Oliver manage all our new business enquires.
Arranging, negotiating and managing energy contracts for our clients is what we do best. The energy market is well known for its fluctuating prices, so we monitor the wholesale gas and electricity markets closely and advise our clients on the best time to secure their contract rates for their business.
Our support and advice doesn’t have to stop once we put your energy contracts in place. We also help businesses find ways they can be more sustainable and reach their Net Zero goals. As the energy sector continues to transition and invest in new technologies to deliver a clean and sustainable future, the ways in which your business can reduce their environmental impact are also increasing.
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