Compare Business Gas
Find a better deal, compare business gas with Exchange Utility and utilise our buyer power for your business. Be confident that we’ll find the perfect tariff at the best price for your business through an impartial business gas comparison.
The UK business gas market 2017
During 2017, we have seen a significant drop in gas prices and the wholesale value of other energy sources.
This can be attributed to unit operating costs being reduced in the previous 2-3 years, as oil and gas suppliers have had to become more competitive and more concerned about efficiency of supply. Warmer temperatures in the UK are also creating a reduction in demand which similarly drives down prices for businesses.
Oil prices have also experienced a decline, which is important for Britain, as many gas contracts across Europe are index-linked to the price of oil – So if oil prices decrease, then so does the price of gas.
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Why compare business gas?
By comparing business gas prices, you are providing your business with the opportunity to take advantage of recent cost per unit reductions in the price of business gas.
Loyalty tends to go unrewarded in the business energy sector, therefore you should always review your options when you enter the switching window for your contract.
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The most compelling reason to compare business gas is that, if you go out of contract, you will be rolled onto your suppliers’ most expensive tariff. From that point forward will be paying far more than you should be for your business gas.
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How to reduce the cost of business gas
There are several ways that you can reduce the cost of your business gas:
Compare business gas tariffs
You can compare business gas tariffs with Exchange Utilities range of UK energy suppliers.
We will help you to decipher the gas market and find the best deal for your business. Our friendly energy experts will be on-hand throughout the entire process to make sure that you have all of the information that you need to make an informed decision.
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Implement consumption reduction measures
Energy efficiency measures can be a fantastic way to reduce the cost of your business gas. Here are just a few actions that you can take to start cutting your business gas bills with ease:
- Reducing your heating by just one degree Celsius can save £85 to £90 per year in a three bed semi-detached home (Energy Saving Trust) – So imagine what it can do for your business premises
- Close your windows overnight to save enough fuel to drive a small car over 35 miles.
- If not maintained or there at all you could be losing 1/4 of the heat in your business. Installation could save up to £135 per year
- Make sure that your weather stripping is maintained. Worn / torn weather-stripping can lose between 7 and 12% of heat in a business premises
- Seal the air leaks around the utility cut-through for pipes (“plumbing penetrations”), gaps around chimneys and recessed lights in insulated ceilings and unfinished spaces behind cupboards
How will switching business gas supplier affect my business?
When comparing business gas provider and choosing a new contract, you may be concerned that this will affect the gas supply to your business – Don’t be!
All energy suppliers within the UK use a central network of connections to deliver gas and electricity to your business. This means that there is no need for any major works, you can complete your entire switch on paper.
The only small exception to this is if you need to install a Smart Meter that is compliant with your new supplier. If this is a requirement for your new contract, the process should be relatively simple and should not affect your supply.
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What is green business gas?
Green business gas is energy that is generated from renewable sources such as Anaerobic Digestion – A process in which organic waste is transformed into biogas.
Unfortunately, there are limited techniques to produce green business gas. However, some suppliers do promise not to involve fracking in their extraction methods – a way of mining natural gas that is globally protested against by environmentalists.