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Energy Procurement

Energy procurement services from Intelligent Global Power can protect your company from rising business energy costs and fluctuating energy prices.


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Our team of energy brokers take time to fully understand your needs, then compare business gas and electricity prices and quotes from a range of business energy suppliers. We evaluate all quotes and legal contract terms in detail to ensure we recommend the best deal for your business – not just the best price.

Our process includes:

  • Taking time to fully understand your energy requirements and usage profile
  • Sourcing a range of energy quotes and products from the big six and specialist business energy suppliers
  • Honest advice to help you compare different business energy tariffs
  • Thorough evaluation of non-commodity charges and government taxes
  • A legal review of your supplier’s proposed contract terms
  • Validation of your recent bills against your actual energy consumption
  • Determine which energy products are most appropriate for your business and explaining the differences between our Fixed, Fixed+, Flexible and Basket energy contracts
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