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Guide to Non-commodity Charges

jeca business energy T 01246 290 490 W buy better, use less Guide to Non-commodity Charges Non-commodity charges are applied to the cost of energy consumed by your business. These charges are set by third parties, out of the control of your energy supplier, and are intended to cover network charges, security of supply and environmental charges. Below we look at several facts and figures highlighting a number of changes to energy, bills and charges over recent years. A Brief History of Energy, Bills and Charges 1989 Late 90s The late 90s saw the The Electricity Act was passed in 1989, which paved the way for privatisation of the electricity industry in Great Britain. emergence of the competitive energy market. 70* 2009 Today Fast forward to today, and In 2009 energy companies were advised that they must publish reports showing their revenues and profits, and clearly demonstrate how they generate and supply energy to there are over 70 active suppliers of energy throughout the UK. ensure better clarity was provided to consumers. Non-commodity Charges APRIL Non-commodity charges are expected to increase on April 1st 2020. As non-commodity charges account for over 60% of your energy cost, it is best practice to review your business energy contract, to ensure you are benefitting from the best contract structure and price. Different types of energy contracts (fixed and pass-through, for example) can affect your prices when reviewing. ECA Business Energy have internal systems that critically analyse complex supplier offers and provide a balanced view of commodity and pass through costs to ensure that the offers received are transparent and costed accurately. For full details about ECA Business Energy and how they can help with managing business energy please visit еса business energy ECA Business Energy ЕСА House 1 Dronfield Court buy better, use less Civic Centre Dronfield S18 INQ T 01246 290 490 W

Guide to Non-commodity Charges

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In this infographic we look at several facts and figures highlighting a number of changes to energy, bills and charges over recent years.


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