EnergyBillKill, World’s First API-Driven Commercial Energy App Launches in Bristol
An innovative new energy bill management app has been unveiled at Business Showcase South West in Bristol. EnergyBillKill is the only API-driven commercial energy switching app available to the market.
Created in response to the rising cost of energy in the UK, EnergyBillKill combines the latest technology with decades of experience to provide the quickest and easiest energy switches for business owners and managers.
The app will get the most affordable rates from suppliers and slash the broker fees by 50% or more, giving savings of up to 30%. Businesses can compare prices, and decrease their energy bills with minimal hassle and minimal 3rd party costs.
EnergyBillKill is already available on the App Store and the Android Shop and is free to download. And it aims “to deliver some of the cheapest business gas and electricity prices in the UK.” It will be first focused on business management, giving out gas and electricity prices directly from energy firms. They claim they can cut fat broker commissions by 2 to 3 times, which means business owners and managers get to keep more hard earned cash.
Energy Bill Kill Co-Founder Michael Rossman explains the motivation behind creating the app: “It’s widely acknowledged that the UK’s major energy suppliers overcharge their loyal customers and as energy prices continue to rise, this is becoming an even more critical issue.
“Our aim is simple: be transparent, fair and simple, taking away the hassle of switching and delivering the lowest energy prices to small businesses in the UK in just a few clicks.”
Business Showcase South West is an annual event that attracts around 220 of the most promising brands, SMEs and entrepreneurs from in and around Bristol.
“Bristol is a dynamic and exciting City with a vibrant community of entrepreneurs, making it the ideal place to launch EnergyBillKill. We look forward to delivering big savings and efficiencies to our customers here and across the UK,” adds Co-Founder Aidan Brady.