Sign up for our procurement services in 4 easy steps

We will make everything as clear as possible so you can make your own final decision. One thing you don’t want to happen is for your meter to go out of contract so it’s vital that you make timely decisions to avoid hugely inflated rates.

How we work

1 - LOA

To be able to act on your behalf we need a Letter of Authority. You can download our template here. 

Don’t worry, that doesn’t allow us to enter any contracts on your behalf. Just to access your usage data and gather prices in a tender. The final signature on any contract is always yours.

2 - Analysis

We’ll gather your usage data from suppliers and then carry out an audit of your expenditure and usage and establish which government schemes you’re signed up for. If our findings suggest that savings could be made, we would request your permission to carry out surveys of your sites.

3- Tender

With a solid knowledge of what you need we can make recommendations around fixed or flexible contracts, go out to market on your behalf and tender your supply. This involves talking to all the major suppliers and getting you the best value in the market. 

4 - You Decide

The ball’s back in your court at this point. You have all the data, analysis and pricing that we will have gathered for you and can make the best informed decision. 

Once you’ve decided, we send you the supply contracts for signature. Then we can start all the admin of getting supply in place for you. 

Please be aware of Rogue Energy Brokers: You should never hand over the power of signature to your broker or any other party. The LOA should only ever allow your broker to gather information about your usage. It should never allow your broker to sign contracts on your behalf.

If you ever need advice or just want to talk through your options, please call one of our account managers who will be happy to help. Contact Us.

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