Tired of your energy contracts being overwhelming and full of jargon?

Time to get back in control

We get it – there are so many different types of tariffs, contract options, small print to read and you are already busy running your business. This is why at Lumina Energy we want to help you make sense of it all so that when it comes to understanding your business electricity, gas and water you’ve got all the information you need.

What's the Process?


Find your recent energy bill for either Electricity, Gas or Water and get in touch with us.


We’ll discuss your requirements and then search the market for you across our 20 approved suppliers.


We'll talk through your options and highlight any key things to consider.


You want to go ahead - we'll handle the setting up/or switching of your new contract for you.

The Different Types of Business Energy Contracts


For a Fixed, you are charged a set rate per unit of energy, this is measured in kWh, for the fixed term of your contract. This does not mean that your total charge on your bill will remain the same each month, it will change depending on the energy you are using. It’s the cost per kWh which is fixed. We help you find fixed energy contracts for Electricity, Gas and Water.


In a Flexible business energy contract it’s taking your annual energy usage and buying it at various times across the year
to work towards the best possible price for your energy contract, compared with buying all your energy at once with a fixed price. Market conditions and forecasts are taken into account to buy your energy at the right times and often this will enable a deliverability of a better overall price in a rapidly changing energy market. At Lumina Energy, we have our very own Flexible Energy Contract product, if this method interests you, find out more here.

Deemed and Out-of-Contract

A Deemed or Out of Contract situation can happen in a couple of instances;
You might have moved into a new business premise and a new contract hasn’t been agreed. Or;
Your current contract has ended, but your existing supplier is still supplying the energy that you use. This can happen if your original contract doesn’t specify what happens at the end of a contract or doesn’t have any renewal provisions set in place.

Being in this situation can often mean a supplier’s rates will be the most expensive so if this is you it’s important to shop around and arrange a new contract as soon as you’ve got your new business location and/or approach the end date of your contract to avoid paying high costs.

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The Length of Contracts

With business energy the contract lengths can often be a longer time frame ranging from 12, 24, 36 or 48 months. Sometimes there are options available for odd numbers of months too.

Once you sign your energy contract you are tied into this contract until you enter a ‘Switching Window’, this window provides you with the opportunity to switch/renew your contract. This usually happens towards the end of your contract. It’s important to know your contract end dates and notice periods.

We’ve got you covered

By working with us you have access to your own Customer Portal with all the details of your contracts that have been organised through us. We also keep in touch with you throughout your contract so that you never miss a window of opportunity to secure a better business energy contract.

Think about your Supplier

We’ve established partnerships with over 20 suppliers, including the renowned ‘Big 6,’ enabling us to search the market objectively and find the perfect fit for your business needs. Let us handle the work, so you can focus on what matters most – your business.

Energy Suppliers can have various options on offer and there’s lot of factors to consider that go beyond price. You need to think about:

  • What their service level agreements and customer service like?
  • What contract options do they offer?
  • Is their reputation great in the market?
  • What’s their green agenda and are they offering green energy contracts?

The suppliers we work with

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