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Why aren’t gas suppliers passing on their savings?

Wholesale energy prices have only been going in one direction recently, downwards. As large oil producing nations Russia and Iraq post record breaking levels of output, energy supplier’s costs have tumbled. These savings though, have not yet been passed onto consumers in the form of lower prices. There are signs, however, that frugal energy shoppers… Read more »

4 ways to keep your restaurant warm….cost effectively

We are now in the grips of the coldest months of the year. For the restaurant trade, this is often the very time when punters want to come in out of the cold, and warm their souls with some comfort food and a glass of something nice. Equally, though, the enivoronment needs to feel warm… Read more »

Getting the best deal for your business gas

As consumers, we operate in a marketplace driven by cost pressures. That is especially true at Christmas. Black Friday bore witness to the willingness in human beings to clamber all over one another, just to find a bargain. Equally, the relatively new online culture means we now let our fingers do the legwork (if you… Read more »

Ukraine to UK – the impact of the crisis hits gas supplies

You will, no doubt, have read the stories – and seen the news – about the worrying, worsening crisis in Crimea.  This strategically important region – currently part of the Ukraine – has pitted the political wills of the West against those of Russia, in a stand-off rarely seen since the icy chills of the… Read more »

Beat the market. Buy gas the smarter way.

Does your present gas contract end between December and May? If so, the chances are you will be renewing your gas contract in October or early next year – in other words, Winter. Why is that significant? It’s still not common knowledge but if you negotiate your business gas contract in the colder months, you could… Read more »