When was Zenergi founded?
Feed in Tariff
Climate Change Levy - The climate change levy (CCL) is a tax on industrial and commercial use of energy and was introduced on 1st April, 2001. The Climate Change levy applies to sales of electricity, coal, natural gas and Liquefied Petroleum Gas to the business and public sectors.
Do we have any reason (other than price) not to place the supply with the incumbent?
If no, we would recommend staying with incumbent but allow the customer to decide. Reasons could include:
Prevents having to resubmit DD/VAT/ECD forms for some suppliers
the transfer may be objected to if there is outstanding or delayed payment
we may be close to the transfer deadline therefore unable to register on time without period on out of contract rates
After confirming with the customer, we are authorised to sign the renewal on their behalf within the parameters specified.
For quarterly ‘Q’ billed meters = Standing charge x 4 / 365
For monthly ‘M’ billed meters = Standing charge x 12 / 365
Why? There are both in this quote, pricing a monthly billed using the quarterly formula will significantly underestimate the cost to the customer, leading to unhappy customer, potential legal implications and likely compensation payments due
Take or Pay Clause e.g.TGP
What are their currentarrangements for MOP/DC
If they have an agreement elsewhere, what is the end date? (or who is the supplier so we can find out on their behalf)
If they have no agreement, are they happy for us to appoint on their behalf using our scheme
When sending the offers if there is one single lead supplier OR usually upon confirming acceptance