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With our diverse range of business customers having an annual consumption of over a billion kWh, Catalyst is the market leading independant energy broker in the UK. This scale of buying ensures substantial bargaining power and with our large volumes and significant purchasing experience allows us to negotiate far better electricity terms and models than individual customers can do on their own.
Utilising the Energy Broker service you let us apply our knowledge, expertise, and position to handle your electricity or gas purchases in a professional and efficient manner. We work full-time on getting the best possible terms for our clients.
With Energy Broker service you gain access to:
Catalyst selects professional suppliers with low rates, great service and who can deliver proven results for our business energy comparison service.
Energy Broker's 2- to-3-year time horizon in purchasing enables us to minimise market risk by strategic price optimization, assuring our clients of low and predictable energy costs in the longer term.
Pooling its clients’ electricity and gas purchases Catalyst negotiate contracts at terms usually reserved for the largest customers. We secure prices lower than small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can achieve on their own, and enable access to privileged models and strategies for or corporate clients.
The Energy Broker service has achieved savings for its clients of as much as 42%*. Electricity purchasing and ongoing monitoring of current contracts is our core business. Let us handle this for you and free up time for your core business.* Historical performance is not a guarantee of future results.
We provide a full range of business energy procurement solutions that match your exact purchasing requirements. From basic fixed priced products, that offers a guaranteed price over the life of the contract, ranging from 12-months up to 60-Months and combinations in between.
We can provide these types of contracts for small, medium or large commercial gas or electricity, including half hourly electricity supplies.
Your also find information on how to terminate an energy contract prior to researching the market along with information on the wholesale energy market and the key drivers effecting energy pricing.
For the more adventurous purchaser we offer a range of flexible energy purchasing solutions based around your company’s appetite for risk.
These include practical advice on selecting the right product to suit your budget requirements. In addition to these standard business requirements we also offer group energy purchasing solutions, basket procurement options, commercial LPG gas, and even a water auditing service. All of these solutions and services are designed to make the selection and management of your business energy contracts as easy as possible. Your find more information on these range of product in the following sections.
Browse our full range of energy buying solutions in each section above and discover the right energy buying solution for your business or contact one of our consultants who will be glad to explain all the options available to you.
With so many suppliers offering different types of contracts with varying terms it can be difficult understanding whats going to be best suited for your business needs. For example with our full range of commercial gas suppliers we can provide commercial gas prices from our entire portfolio whilst at the same time providing your business with free water audits.
Or we can compare our wholesale LPG prices with other similar LPG wholesale prices to establish further potential savings. So If you wish to discuss any of our procurement services or solutions further, please feel free to contact our dedicated energy team, who will be more than happy to explain anything that you require in greater detail.
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