Looking for commercial energy plans?
SaveOnEnergy.com® helps commercial energy customers compare business energy suppliers and find the most suitable rates for their company. Sure, you could do it yourself, but why waste the time without the certainty that you’re actually finding great business electricity rates.
According to a recent survey conducted by Dynata on behalf of Save On Energy, the largest private deregulated marketplace in Texas, business owners spend more than five hours every year researching plans.
With just a few pieces of information about your company and its consumption patterns, our market experts can begin scouring plans from our partners for the best commercial energy rates.
Let SaveOnEnergy.com assist with comparing energy companies and finding the right business energy solution for your company.
Biggest factors for business energy plans
Business owners or operators say the No. 1 factor in their decision for an energy plan is price, according to our survey. That’s not surprising, of course. Other top factors included:
- Plan options
- Brand recognition
- Ease of purchasing
- Renewable energy options
What do Texas businesses consider the most difficult parts of buying commercial energy?
- Time (5.1 hours per year)
- Too many options
- Confusing contracts
- Difficulty estimating usage
- Hidden fees
SaveOnEnergy.com energy experts can help with all those problems.
The average Texas commercial electricity rate in 2020 was 7.74 cents per kilowatt hour. It costs you nothing to use our marketplace to see whether you can beat that rate this year.
How to shop for business energy on SaveOnEnergy.com
When it comes to commercial energy, shopping isn’t as easy as entering your ZIP code and seeing available rates. Businesses use more energy and need it at different times than homeowners. That’s why you won’t see rates on most marketplaces selling business energy.
We need information about a business to customize a plan for its usage. Among the information we’ll collect is what your business does, when its usage is the highest, and how much it typically uses during a month. That allows us to adjust for your needs rather than you having to adjust to how a provider supplies energy.
One thing to remember is that regardless of which business energy supplier you choose, your electricity will be delivered by a utility. Your monthly bill shows utility fees as transmission and delivery utility charges or transmission and delivery service provider charges. The utility, in addition to transmitting power, also maintains the electricity infrastructure and responds to power outages.
Fill out the form on this page to get the process started.
Next steps for business energy rates
For more information about business energy plans and how they differ from residential plans, check out our educational commercial energy page.
If you’re ready to let SaveOnEnergy.com prevent you from taking up your time and energy finding commercial plans, fill out the form on this page or call an expert at the number on this page. Either way, you’ll connect with someone who will make sure you have great options.
Plus you’ll get five hours of your life back!
Compare and Negotiate Rates
In the 10-plus years SaveOnEnergy.com has been in business, we’ve helped companies large and small negotiate deals on commercial energy rates.
Capitalize on energy choice
Doing business in a deregulated energy market can prove to be particularly valuable to profit margins, as long as businesses compare energy companies in order to utilize the system to their benefit.
We’re here to help
Our services go beyond just helping you compare energy companies. We’re here for you and your business team every step of the way.
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