At SEFE Energy we understand the challenges that businesses face at this time. That's why we're here to help by answering your questions and concerns, as well as pointing you to the right direction.
The UK Government-led scheme to support businesses and organisations, the Energy Bills Discount Scheme (EBDS), is scheduled to run from 01 April 2023 – 31 March 2024, replacing the previous Energy Bill Relief Scheme (EBRS).
Current data shows that wholesale gas prices have fallen to levels not seen since early 2021 – nearly half of what they were when the EBRS initiative was announced. While this is promising news, prices are still significantly higher than they were.
For a further look into the future of energy support for businesses and what it means for you, find our blog below.
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