Energy Supply Contract Management

Light Up Energy’s contract energy management service offers comprehensive support to businesses, ensuring optimal energy contracts and ongoing management without additional fees.


Energy Contract Management

In contrast to the common practice where clients only interact with their energy consultants during contract renewals, at Light Up Energy, we operates differently. We aim to shift away from the transactional approach typically associated with business energy contracts and prioritise building long-term relationships. Throughout our partnership, you can rely on us for continuous guidance and assistance.

We offer comprehensive services including managing your connections, billing, and metering. Our Business Energy Consultants will ensure that you avoid unnecessary expenses and effectively manage your energy consumption. Additionally, we are available to address any inquiries you may have regarding hardware, carbon emissions, and renewable energy solutions.

No Additional Charge

Our account management and client support services come at no extra charge.

Light Up Energy provides you with comprehensive contract energy management at no extra cost. Our service is built into the competitive rates we secure from suppliers. We handle all aspects of your energy contracts to ensure you receive maximum value without hidden fees or surprises.

Analysis of Your Bills

Our experts meticulously review your energy bills, identifying any discrepancies or overcharges.

We ensure accuracy in billing, validate consumption data, and spot opportunities for further savings. This detailed analysis helps optimise your energy spend and provides clear insights into your usage patterns.


We manage all aspects of your metering, from arranging installations to resolving issues.

Our team ensures your meters are correctly configured, read accurately, and comply with regulations. We coordinate with suppliers and network operators to maintain seamless energy monitoring and reporting.

Support from Day One

From the moment you choose Light Up Energy, we’re by your side.

We handle the entire switching process, liaise with old and new suppliers, and manage all paperwork. Our ongoing support includes contract renewals, query resolution, and monitoring market conditions to optimise your energy costs.

Regulatory Compliance

Stay worry-free about energy regulations.

We keep abreast of all industry changes and ensure your contract energy management practices comply with current regulations. From carbon reporting to energy efficiency standards, we’ve got you covered, minimising your regulatory risks.

Answers to Your Queries

Our dedicated team is always ready to address your energy-related questions.

Whether it’s about billing, consumption patterns, or market trends, we provide prompt, clear answers. We’re your go-to resource for all energy matters, ensuring you’re always informed and empowered.

How Our Process Can Help Get Your Energy Contracts Under Control

Light Up Energy provides various approaches to address the challenges of energy contract management, making it a strategic advantage.

  • AI Data Extraction: We utilise AI tools to extract significant data to simplify your contract setup.
  • Templates: Our custom templates ensure that common tech stipulations like data handling, IP rights, and performance benchmarks are consistent.
  • Repository Centralisation: A secure and centralised repository helps you better organise and control all your contracts, making it easy to group them by regulatory jurisdictions.
  • Security: The sensitive contract data is preserved with bank-level security, giving you peace of mind.
  • Contract Tracking: Our tracking and reporting features are comprehensive, allowing you to keep a close eye on your contracts.
  • Alerts: To ensure you never miss any essential milestones, we can help you set reminders for periodic reviews, licence renewals, or price adjustments.
  • Reports: Automated reports keep stakeholders updated with every contract change.
  • Trail Auditing: You can get an absolutely transparent trail audit for all energy management contract changes, ensuring compliance and enhancing stakeholder trust.
  • Accessibility and Permissions: The cloud-based workspace allows your team members to access contracts anytime and anywhere, with role-based permissions to protect important data.

Our Core Services

At Light Up Energy, we aim to minimise your energy costs through strategic supplier switching and expert market navigation. Our core services include:

Relentless Price Tracking

Constantly monitoring energy markets, we identify prime cost-saving opportunities.

Strategic Contract Renewals

We time your contract renewals to coincide with the most favourable market conditions.

Group Buying Power

Light Up Energy negotiates better supplier rates and terms with our extensive client network.

Comprehensive Comparison

Price comparisons across 20 energy companies, including major suppliers, ensure you get the best deal.

Market Trend Analysis

Our insights on energy market trends support your long-term strategy.

Onsite Efficiency Advice

Light Up Energy’s experts provide complete guidance on optimising your onsite machinery for additional energy savings.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Energy contract management involves managing, negotiating, and administering energy contracts between energy buyers and suppliers. The main goal of contract energy management is to align energy contracts with the demands of the consumers while minimising risks, saving costs, and maintaining compliance with regulatory requirements.

Understanding and including the key elements of energy contracts is essential to ensure a smooth contract lifecycle. Let’s take a look at the following elements:

  • Parties: The parties involved, including the energy consumer and the energy supplier, should be clearly stated with their names and contact information.
  • Scope of Agreement: The products and services, such as electricity, natural gas, or renewable energy, with any required quantities or capacities.
  • Pricing and Payment Terms: The agreed pricing structure (such as a fixed rate, variable rate, or index-based pricing) as well as the payment terms (such as invoicing, billing cycles, and accepted payment methods).
  • Contract Duration: The contract’s start and end dates, as well as provisions for contract renewal or termination.
  • Delivery Obligations: How and where the energy is transferred to the buyer, including transmission, distribution, and any additional charges or responsibilities.
  • Performance and Service Level Agreements: The desired performance standards, quality of service, reliability, and uptime agreements of the energy supplier.
  • Termination and Renewal: Provisions for terminating the agreement, identifying the conditions, notice duration, and any penalties, as well as handling automatic renewal or renegotiation.
  • Force Majeure and Risk Allocation: Circumstances, such as natural disasters or regulatory changes, that are beyond the control of the parties and can excuse or delay performance.
  • Dispute Resolution: How to resolve disputes, such as arbitration or mediation, and the jurisdiction or governing law applicable to the contract.

Remember that the terms and elements of the energy contract can vary based on jurisdiction, industry, and the nature of the energy transaction.

Energy contracts are the backbone of operations in the energy sector as they set terms and ensure smooth transactions. Below are the common types of energy contracts you should know:

  • Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs): Long-term contracts featuring fluctuating prices, delivery schedules, and delivery stipulations.
  • Energy Supply Contracts: Based on the amount and timing of energy deliveries, with specified quantities, prices, and schedules.
  • Direct Access Energy Agreements: Agreements where customers procure energy directly from producers, bypassing the local utility, often subject to regulatory conditions and evolving customer demands.
  • Renewable Energy Credits (RECs): Certificates that serve as evidence of investment in green energy.
  • Distribution Agreements: Involving the transportation of energy, these agreements help maintain energy quality, resolve potential transportation issues, and meet delivery commitments.
  • Lease Exchange Agreements: Contracts for leasing energy resources, including regular inspections, clear leasing periods, and energy quality maintenance.
  • Exploration and Development Agreements: Frameworks for discovering and harnessing new energy sources, encompassing timelines, adherence to safety protocols, and clarity on resource ownership.
  • Joint Operating Agreements: When multiple entities are involved in an energy project, these agreements clarify roles, shared objectives, and communication protocols.