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Water was only deregulated in April 2017 and the industry is only just getting ready to embrace this change. What this means for most small businesses is that they can pick and choose other suppliers. There are no huge savings to be made yet and these probably won’t come to the surface for a couple of years. We have been busy learning and exploring the market and ensuring we are ready with important knowledge to pass onto yourself. It is still worth switching and allowing us to advise you on where your business can be placed to take advantage of water deregulation. We are able to honestly achieve some savings by choosing another supplier on your behalf and while the savings may not be as significant as gas and electricity, every penny saved goes towards changing your current balance sheet.

If you are a Business in England, now you will be able to choose your business water supplier.

The Business Water market in England is currently split by regions and most businesses (unless you are a large user) must use the Water supplier that operates in their area. By deregulating the market, businesses now have the opportunity to reduce costs, save money, change supplier and get more attention from their water company. In Scotland, the business water industry was deregulated in 2008 and customers have already received better deals with some receiving nearly 40% reductions on their water rates.

For businesses that have more than one site, they will be able to deal with one supplier instead of lots of different suppliers and ultimately this will save businesses time in administration and money.