What to look for in a business electricity supplier

Keith Munday - Commercial Director
| 30th July 2018 | Energy Renewables

In theory finding the right energy provider for your business has never been easier. For a start, there are more suppliers than ever, offering a vast array of deals – but how do you choose between them? Here’s our simple guide for what to look for in a business electricity supplier.


Gone are the days when your supplier was doing well if they simply provided your energy cheaply and efficiently. Nowadays, you should be looking for a provider who can work with you. Whether that’s just to cut costs and manage market risks or to increase income through the clever use of your own on-site generated electricity. As the grid becomes more decentralised, the opportunities for businesses to control their electricity needs are growing rapidly, so look for a partner who can guide you through these complexities.


It’s a given that your supplier should be reliable. As we’ve discussed, the market is in a great deal of flux, with new players entering the fray every day, so it’s important you can rely on your energy provider. Look for a supplier with a proven track record.

Customer Service

It’s a buyer’s market so expect nothing less than superb service. Check out customer service reviews and make sure your chosen partner is doing what it promises. After all, talk is cheap. A good supplier will have glowing testimonials from its present customers.


In a fast-changing environment, you need a guiding hand – someone who can explain the complicated and cut through the jargon. A knowledgeable supplier will be able to find the right deal for your individual needs. For instance, should you opt for a fixed term, pass through or flexible contract? Do your monthly charges cover distribution and transmission costs? Your supplier should have experts on hand to answer your questions.

Fuel Mix

Suppliers are legally obliged to disclose the types of fuel that were used to generate the electricity they supply – the so-called ‘Fuel Mix’. If your business is committed to reducing its carbon footprint, opting for a low carbon or zero carbon supplier will go a long way to hitting your targets. So ask your potential supplier for their fuel mix figures – you’ll be surprised how many suppliers claim to be offering green energy but still rely on coal or gas for some of their electricity generation. In addition, your supplier should be able to provide you with REGO (Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin) certificates.

How does Bryt Energy fit into the above?

Well, you probably won’t be surprised to hear we tick all the boxes and offer a bit more!


For instance, as our Fuel Mix shows, we only supply zero carbon, 100% renewable electricity – purely sourced from wind, hydro and solar. In the past, other suppliers would have charged a premium for this but we provide it at zero extra cost.


We’re looking for customers to formpartnerships with, so we can work with them to really understand their business and electricity usage to provide the right tariffs and products for themOur pioneering technology, such as cost-effective on-site generation, state of the art battery storage and future-focused optimisation controls, can help you decarbonise, decentralise and digitalise your electricity supply, giving you back control.


We also pride ourselves on our customer service – doing this basics brilliantly. But don’t take our word for it, we’ll happily put you in contact with our present customers.


Our reliability is backed by our ownership – we’re part of the Statkraft group, Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy and a leading international hydropower company. This makes us a safe, secure and sustainable energy company.


Finally, when it comes to expertise, our team has decades of experience across all areas of business electricity and we’re on hand to offer help whenever you need it. Give us a call on 0121 726 7575 and put us to the test! For anymore information, please contact our dedicated team at solutions@brytenergy.co.uk

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