Is yours one of the 75% of UK businesses that does not have an efficient utilities management process? If so, you might be allowing contracts to roll over on to out-of-contract rates. You might even be on the wrong contract or tariff. All of these situations can be very costly.
Our aim is to provide a significant reduction in the cost of your gas and electricity bills, with no disruption and at no cost to you. How will we do this?
The cost reduction process is simple:
• First, we analyse your latest gas, electricity, fixed or mobile telephone bill
• We report back to you outlining your options and potential savings
• You choose your preferred option
• We sign you up with your preferred utility supplier(s)
• We manage the changeover to ensure everything goes smoothly
• We maintain regular contact to ensure your future needs are being met.
All you need to do is provide us with a copy of your most recent bill(s) and a letter of authority (LOA) (which you can download from our website), reproduced on your company’s headed paper. You can even upload the information to us through the Energy Enquiry Form on our website.
That’s all there is to it.
What’s more, in addition to being offered the best solution to their current utility problems, EPL clients also receive an ongoing account management service at no extra charge.
All our assessment services are FREE and clients are under no obligation at any time. Our services are independent and we use only carefully selected service providers offering very competitive rates.
So, is it worth the effort of contacting the Ellis Partnership? Absolutely. Typical savings for our clients are 10–20% on gas and electricity and up to 50% on fixed and mobile phone bills.
With such potential savings on offer, can you afford not to take advantage of our services?
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