Belfast Telegraph

Prices go down, standards stay up


There’s a common misconception nowadays that energy prices just keep going up and up.

But what are consumers to believe when all we ever seem to see are ‘price hike’ headlines every other week? However there is one particular area that currently bucks the trend and that’s electricity prices for small businesses. Take Northern Ireland’s leading energy supplier for example. Power NI cut its prices by 14.1% for small businesses last October and its Popular Tariff unit rate is the same today as it was in 2009; which allowing for inflation, means a reduction in real terms.

Now more than ever, it pays to choose a supplier you can trust, that offers you ‘real’ value, understands your needs and tailors its packages to suit your business. That’s why around 30,000 businesses here make Power NI their number one choice. Alan Egner, Commercial Sales and Marketing Manager at Power NI said:

“We know that straight talking, great service and big savings are what any business wants in an energy supplier. We’re experiencing huge growth across the business sector with some significant larger user contract wins over the last year and hundreds more small business customers switching back to 14.1% cheaper prices than before.

“When we talk of great service, it’s not an empty promise. We’re talking about the 83% satisfaction amongst our customers and recent Consumer Council NI research that showed Power NI has by far the lowest level of complaints compared to any other supplier here.”

Power NI also works closely with industry experts to provide specially tailored, energy saving products to suit most businesses such as solar PV, lighting and insulation.

Alan concludes: “Real value, a high quality, local service and 0% empty promises. If you’re not getting this then you’re with the wrong supplier. We have been doing business in Northern Ireland for over 80 years and are confident in saying that no other supplier understands your business needs as much as we do.”

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