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Swcomms-energy urge business to make informed judgements on the cost of their energy requirements to help mitigate the financial burdens many are carrying in the current crisis

By June 5, 2020January 26th, 2021Coronavirus COVID-19, Member News & Updates

Swcomms-energy urge business to make informed judgements on the cost of their energy requirements to help mitigate the financial burdens many are carrying in the current crisis.

Jon Whiley, Commercial Director, swcomms-energy said: A perfect storm of a price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia in January, resulting in the overproduction of oil, and the impact of the coronavirus on the stock market in February caused oil prices to drop by 60% since the beginning of 2020. On 21st April 2020 oil prices were the lowest, per barrel, since 2002.

“At a time when businesses are amassing additional high costs swcomms-energy search the energy market to find significant savings like these and secure them on our customer’s behalf. We proactively monitor energy prices, keep businesses informed of the highs and lows, so they can make informed judgement on the costs for their energy requirements.

He continues, “Our dedicated account managers support businesses through the easy switchover process, make any necessary arrangements for customers moving premises and ensuring that they never roll out of contract falling on to high energy market prices.”

Contact swcomms-energy at [email protected] or on 01392 576476.