Reports & downloads
At SEFE Energy, we believe that knowledge is power. That’s why we've created a series of informative guides, engaging events and essential resources to ensure both existing and future customers are presented with the latest energy information.
With a focus on business energy customers, we run a range of events and webinars throughout the year, as well as publishing industry reports and downloadable materials to provide support for businesses of all sizes, across a wide range of industry sectors.
By collaborating and consulting with industry experts, we've ensured all our resources feature the most up-to-date and reliable information – from the processes required when moving premises to comparing business energy quotes to get you the best deal possible.
If you have questions about any aspect of business energy, please head over to our help and support section. Whether you’re unsure about business energy billing or you’re a new customer looking to make the switch to SEFE Energy, this page will provide the answers to any queries you might have.
Please find the full range of our business energy guides and resources below. And for more concise information and advice on business topics, be sure to head to our blog.
Business energy is ever-changing, and it can be hard to keep up. Here, we answer your most-asked questions.
We've devised a guide to contracts, explaining everything from choosing the right type to moving premises.
As climate change increases, so does the popularity of carbon offsetting. But what is it exactly? We’ll explain what you and your business need to know.
For businesses, cash flow is key – and energy is a significant cost. Use our guide and template to improve efficiency.
Here are our tips for making the business energy quote process hassle-free, helping you to get the best deal possible.
Is your company scaling up? Our guide covers all you need to know about business energy when moving premises.
Here’s some important information about the process that takes place when an energy supplier goes out of business.
Unidentified gas is that which can’t be attributed to any user. Find out how UIG charges could affect your business.
We explore environmental schemes, considering how they can reduce carbon footprint and amplify growth.