Business electricity supplier Haven Power has opened up its flexible product offering. The development of its new Flex Lite product mean those companies that wouldn’t usually have access to such products can now feel the benefits of flexible purchasing.
Flex Pro was designed for larger businesses wanting to manage their electricity purchasing in a more dynamic way, allowing customers to react quickly to changes in the wholesale market.
Flex Lite is a variation of Pro, but has been specifically developed for users with volumes as low as 5GWh per annum. This product provides smaller energy users with the benefits that flexible electricity contracts offer, including being able to purchase in baseload tranches as low as a quarter of a MW to better manage their position. Flex Lite customers can also purchase months, quarters and seasonal products to suit their requirements.
I&C sales manager at Haven Power, Ray Attridge, comments: “Flexible purchasing is becoming more popular as businesses try to manage their energy purchasing in line with the wholesale market to see better value. Tailoring our flexible product further with the development of Flex Pro and Flex Lite means that more businesses can now have the means to actively manage their purchasing strategy.”
As with all of Haven’s products, Flex Pro and Flex Lite are backed by dedicated customer support, including bespoke position reports, daily market reports, full access to Haven’s contract trading desk and a TRIAD warning service. Both products can also be combined with Haven’s Climate Change Levy exempt option.
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