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Energy costs and Third Party Charges

Third Party Charges (TPCs) have been having a big impact on energy costs and are one of the main reasons for rising electricity bills over recent years. For example, third party costs now account for over 60% of the delivered electricity bill price compared to about 55% in 2015 and about 30% just ten years ago.

Businesses now realise how important these elements are during the contract renewal and negotiation stage, and how each supplier breaks these costs down and present them in different guises.

Some of these costs may not be recognisable and chances are you may not have seen some of them before. When you work with GET Solutions, we provide clear and transparent costing reports from each supplier, giving you the correct information to create an informed and accurate decision on choosing your next energy contract. Furthermore, we aim to deliver you a saving with our purchasing power and exclusive relationships with all UK energy suppliers in the market place.

Since the turn of year, global markets have been in turmoil following the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic and have deteriorated further as it continues to escalate. As Governments rush to lock-down and implement financial aid packages to their citizens and businesses, demand for gas and electricity has continued to be driven downward.

Energy prices are therefore historically very low due to demand side issues as a result of Covid-19. So please get in touch if you want to avail from these exceptionally low offers and budget certainty for the years ahead.

To find out more about Third Party Costs or our latest offers, please get in touch with our Corporate Team on Tel. 024 7630 8830 or email sales@getsolutions.co.uk

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