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Reduce energy costs with a contractual structure that matches your energy needs.
A competitive energy contract means efficient energy spend
With 15+ years’ experience operating independently in the energy market we leverage technology, market behaviour and data-driven insights. We provide commercial businesses with transparent information to secure competitive energy contracts for Electricity, LPG and Natural Gas.
The Smart Energy Approach
Get it right, ahead of renewal
We review pricing offers against analysis of market trends and futures to advise the best time to renegotiate contract pricing. Our reviews inform on the influences driving market pricing with recommendations for maintaining lower energy. costs.
Be smarter in the market
Buy energy with in-the-market intelligence to secure the best price with strategies that consider short-term and medium-long term pricing influences. This enables you to adapt in volatile pricing periods. Getting it wrong even a little, can have a significant impact on total energy costs.
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We independently review your offers.
NES does not receive commission payments from retailers to ensure the range of retailers you can receive pricing offers from isn’t limited and we aren’t in any way influenced by the outcome.
Avoid unnecessary cost, capitalise on opportunities
Energy pricing is volatile and impacted by influences outside your control. Supply optimisation ensures your consumption and risk profile positions you to avoid cost in a rising market and take advantage of opportunities in a falling market.
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