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British Gas Business Gas
British Gas business supplies gas and electricity to more businesses than any other business energy supplier. British Gas supply business energy services and commercial services to suit your needs. British Gas also provides commercial energy for over 400,000 UK businesses.
Gazprom Energy Business Gas
Thousands of companies benefit from Gazprom's simple and cost effective business energy service every day – and you could too. From automated meter readings, 24/7 online switching and future-proof business contracts, Gazprom put all their energy into businesses like yours. And, you can save 10% instantly when you sign-up online. Get an instant online quote today!
npower Business Gas
Fixed term contracts. UK based call centres. Dedicated business switching consultants. npower offer businesses competitive gas rates online. Choose npower and let them show you how you could save on your gas bills. npower's expert consultants could help you and your business save on gas spending too.
Scottish Power Business Gas
Scottish Power understands that finding the best electricity and gas deal and staying in control of your business energy are what's important. Scottish Power can help by offering a range of cheap business energy fixed price contracts which could also protect your company from unexpected price rises for the entire duration of your deal. Through Scottish Power's fixed price monthly direct debit contract you could save as much as £500 against Scottish Power's standard pricing on your annual business electricity bill.
How can I save money on my business gas bill?
No matter how big or small your business is, it’s always a balancing act to ensure your expenditure doesn’t start to overtake the income you make. There are many ways you can save money to improve your bottom line, such as through switching certain suppliers to get a better deal. One of the biggest bills your business pays out is likely to be on the energy it uses. Simply switching to a different package could give you a better deal on your businesses gas.
There are many considerations to make when comparing business gas tariffs. Firstly, the size of your business is important because some suppliers will specialise in certain sizes of business and not others. You should also consider how long you intend to stay in your current premises as a short-term contract gives you more flexibility to switch.
Business gas works differently to domestic contracts as the price can change daily and contracts are fixed for longer. You will also pay more VAT and potentially extra fees based on the size of your business.
Business gas contracts tend to be either fixed, rollover, 28 day or deemed rates. They vary in cost, length and flexibility, so it’s important to compare quotes and consider what type of contract would suit you best.
FAQs about business gas
How much does business gas cost?
The cost of your business gas will depend on where you are based, the size of your business, how many sites you have and your previous credit history. Your choice may be limited if you have a poor credit rating, or you may have to pay more for your energy.
Do I have to pay a standing charge?
Most providers will include a standing charge to your tariff which goes towards the supplier managing your account. You can get tariffs with no standing charge, but they are not always cheaper.
How do I choose the right tariff?
There are several different tariffs to choose from with the main types being fixed, rollover, 28 day or deemed rates.
- A fixed term contract will set an agreed unit rate for your gas and fix it for the length of your contract
- A rollover contract will automatically renew until you cancel it
- A 28-day contract means the price of your energy changes with the rise and fall of the market
- A deemed rates contract is the rate when you are in between contracts
How can you switch business gas provider?
It’s simple to switch your supplier and it can help you save thousands of pounds. Firstly, you should check your existing contract to see whether you can leave without paying an exit fee. If you’re happy with any fees imposed for leaving your existing contract, you can compare quotes from different suppliers to find the best option. Then confirm the switch with your new supplier and don’t forget to give notice to your current supplier.
Do I need to switch provider if I’m moving premises?
Some providers will let you take your existing contract with you to a new location, whereas others will require you to get a new account. This is because your tariff has been based on and is linked to a specific address.
Do I have to take a meter reading before I switch supplier?
Yes, you will need to provide an up to date meter reading to your new supplier.
Can I get dual fuel for my business electricity and gas?
No, you’ll need separate contracts for your business electricity and gas.