Compare Business Gas Prices Today!
Did you know that many businesses across the UK are still overpaying for their business gas? Don’t continue to make the same mistake, compare business gas suppliers today to find the most competitive prices and stop missing out on savings of up to 45%* on your gas bills.
To get started, either call us on 0800 9777 000 or fill in the quote form above to see how much you could save…
*Average savings of 45% can be achieved when compared to your current gas supplier’s standard out of contract rates
Choose a new supplier for your business gas
✓ Fixed tariffs and flexible contract options to meet your needs
✓ Efficiency advice and green gas alternatives
✓ Compare and save on your gas
✓ Discounts for paying by direct debit
✓ Comparison of all of our UK gas suppliers and their tariffs
Regardless of your industry, product or service, gas comparison for businesses is an essential part of operating, if you don’t want to end up paying over the odds for your gas supply complete our short gas comparison quote form to see how much you could start saving today!
When you compare with Exchange Utility, we advise you on the options available to you from our panel of suppliers. Exchange Utility will always offer you independent advice.
We are on hand throughout the entire process, our team will make sure your gas comparison switch is as seamless and time efficient as possible.
Our business gas experts can provide market insight to facilitate a decision that could significantly lower your energy overheads.
Five steps to finding the best business gas suppliers
- Find a recent business gas bill
- Complete our short form on the site or over the phone
- Our experts will compare over 20 energy providers
- Gain access to competitive pricing offers
- Select a new business gas deal that suits your business
Business gas rates: Compare for better business gas tariffs
If you’re searching for the most competitive business gas rates, you have come to the right site. All you need to do is click the button above and enter a few details then sit back and relax.
We will search our panel of suppliers for the lowest business gas rates and we will provide the quote details so you can make the best decision for you and your business.
Ready to find a great business tariff? Then give our gas experts a call on 0800 977 7000 or fill in the quote form above and we will get back to you.
Business Gas Rates: Compare for a better business gas tariff
Our energy experts and customer service team are able to offer rates and tariffs from a wide range of suppliers and compare them for you so you can choose the preferred tariff for your business.
If you would like to try and find other ways in which you could save money, our energy auditing services could be exactly what you need so you can save on your energy bills. Not only that, but we could help reduce your harmful emission levels as well.
Find out more about what we have to offer and give us a call or fill in the quote form above and find those potential savings today!
*Average savings of 45% can be achieved when compared to your current energy suppliers’ standard out of contract rates
Five benefits of a business gas comparison for your commercial property
The commercial gas market can be a confusing place, so there are significant benefits to carrying out a gas comparison for businesses with Exchange Utility that include the following:
- Compare over 20 UK energy providers
- Benefit from expert cost reduction advice on your business gas contracts
- The only paperwork you will need to do involves simply signing two documents to allow us to complete your switch – We take care of the rest!
- Feel confident that you’re getting excellent service by taking full advantage of Exchange Utility’s outstanding supplier relationships
- Never worry about going out of contract and being placed on a higher rate, standard tariff – Our experienced account management team will continue to provide you with support to ensure that this doesn’t happen
Switching business gas providers is easy
Before you call the business gas team on 0800 9777 000 or complete an online enquiry with the form above, make sure that you have a recent energy bill to hand – This will make the switching process faster as we will have all of the details that we need to take action, allowing us to choose a gas provider for your business.
Our expert representatives will guide you through the entire process to get the best possible result for your business.
Comparing your price commercial gas prices per kWh
Comparing business gas prices has never been so easy and hassle free thanks to Exchange Utility. All we need to get started, are a few details from you which you can provide to us by filling in your information in the above energy quote form, or by giving us a quick call. Once we have these details, we can then set to work finding you a new business gas deal. Simply get in touch now to see how much money we can save you.
You will find that the price per kWh changes all the time, so getting the best gas prices possible can be a matter of timing. So, here at Exchange Utility, we will always aim to get you the best price per kWh possible on your gas bills.
What type of business gas tariffs are there?
Business gas prices can cause a lot of stress for the owners of both SMEs and large corporations.
That’s why, when looking into getting competitive gas prices available, it only makes sense to weigh up the different tariff and supplier options that your business can access.
When you compare gas prices with Exchange Utility, you receive easy access to a range of fantastic UK energy provider options – including tariffs from the Big Six suppliers.
✓ Fixed: These contracts are ideal for budgeting and price security. You will pay a fixed standing charge and unit rate for each kWh throughout your contract. If you’d like to find more information on fixed energy tariffs take a look at our guide
✓ Variable: These contracts are usually more expensive and can change at any time. This is where no contract has been agreed and you are on a monthly rolling contract. Your standing charge and price per unit will change in line with market energy prices
✓ Extended/Roll Over: These contracts are usually more expensive, we may be able to arrange with your supplier to extend them and reduce the rates. This is when you haven’t terminated, and the supplier’s terms and conditions mean you have entered a further 12-month contract
✓ Flexible: This is only available to large customers, they are very hard to budget for and you are heavily affected by market movement. This is where you fix a framework deal, in which you must purchase your energy at various points of the contract. A good procurement strategy would take advantage of troughs in the market curve, take a look at our guide on procurement options here.
✓ Pass Through: These contracts can cause your bills to vary throughout the contract and can cause customers to get unexpectedly high bills. This is where your commodity (gas) is fixed but the non-commodity (government and industry taxes and levies) is passed on to you at the prevailing rate. These can either be shown separately on your bill or built into the unit rate and standing charge
✓ Deemed Rate: This is the most expensive tariff, usually when you have just taken over a property you will be on a deemed tariff. It is imperative that you get off this as soon as possible
It takes minutes to compare gas suppliers’ prices, just grab a recent energy bill to get started.
How are business gas bills calculated?
Commercial gas bills are calculated using the following method:
✓ Gas usage is calculated by subtracting the previous reading from your current reading to give your consumption over the given billing period
✓ Your usage is then multiplied by 2.83 to convert your usage from cubic feet to cubic meters
✓ This number is then multiplied by the calorific value of the gas. The calorific value of gas can change
✓ Times this figure by 1.02264 to correct the volume of gas to account for its temperature and pressure
✓ Divide the number that you have by 3.6 to convert your usage to kilowatt hours (kWh)
✓ Finally, times your usage (the number of kWh) by your unit rate and add the standing charge if you have one
Which energy supplier is right for you?
There are a number of things that you should take into consideration before choosing a new business gas tariff or supplier:
✓ When is the best time to choose a new energy supplier or contract?
✓ Which business energy suppliers can I compare?
✓ Are there any historical issues with the proposed business gas supplier?
✓ Which energy supplier has the best customer service?
With Exchange Utility you can compare over 20 commercial energy suppliers to find out who has the best business gas prices.
How do I get better commercial gas prices?
Review your commercial utility contracts with Exchange Utility and you will be able to see the options available to your business for gas prices from suppliers across the UK.
Alongside your comparison, you will receive all of the information and support that you need to make an informed decision on which options are best for your business.
After you’ve completed your business gas comparison and chosen your preferred option, all you need to do is sign two documents, then we will take care of all of the transitional paperwork for you.
Furthermore, when your contract is next due for renewal, our energy account management team will be in touch to help you renew your energy contract!
What affects the wholesale cost of gas?
Learning what aspects can affect the cost of your business gas could save you a lot of money when choosing a new contract as you can gain a better understanding of the market before you purchase.
Factors that could affect wholesale gas prices:
✓ Weather conditions
✓ Generation and extraction techniques
✓ Market reforms
✓ World events
Find out more about why your energy is costing so much or the factors that affect wholesale energy prices here
What is a kilowatt per hour?
A kilowatt-hour (kWh) is the unit measurement used for energy and is used by energy suppliers to calculate your gas and electricity bills. It is equivalent to 3.6 megajoules of energy. This unit measurement is commonly used to describe usage on energy supplier billing. A kilowatt-hour is a unit of energy equivalent to one kilowatt (1 kW) of power sustained for one hour. One unit refers to the use of 1000 Watts over one hour.
What is the difference between a kW and a kWh?
Kilowatts (kW) represent a unit of power whereas a kilowatt-hour (kWh) is a unit of energy.
A kilowatt is 1,000 watts. A kilowatt-hour is your average energy usage over an hour. This is also what your bills are calculated from.
I need to renew my business gas contract, will my current energy suppliers’ kWh prices be lower?
Not necessarily, as prices of energy fluctuate, once we negotiate the best price per kWh on your business’s gas, we will get back in touch with our best savings.
Who is my business gas supplier?
Gas suppliers come in a variety of types, but yours is likely going to be one of the three below:
National suppliers: Operating in multiple regions a national supplier will provide gas to a variety of business sizes. These include the likes of British Gas, EDF Energy and E.ON.
Regional suppliers: These suppliers will operate in a specific region within the UK and will most likely tailor energy plans to suit those areas. These include the likes of Scottish Power, Npower and SSE.
Independent suppliers: A much smaller gas supplier which specialises in specific types of plans including eco-friendly ones. These independent gas suppliers include the likes of Green Energy UK and Ecotricity.
What is a letter of authority (LOA)?
Let us set the scene: We have negotiated some fantastic gas prices for your business, you have chosen your new tariff, and we have gone through the verbal contract with you. The next step in your business energy switchover is to complete the Letter of Authority (LOA). A very quick form to fill in but very important as this enables us to act on your behalf so that we can liaise with the suppliers and handle the switch for you.
What is a termination notice?
A Termination Notice is a document that we use to tell your supplier that we are terminating your current tariff and moving you onto a new one with new business rates. You will receive a termination notice and a Letter of Authority in your Welcome Pack which you simply need to sign and return to firstname.lastname@example.org. These documents allow Exchange Utility to act on your behalf and complete the transition from one supplier to another for you.
Why use Exchange Utility to compare business gas?
✓ Our customer support team is one of the best in the industry
✓ We have years of experience in the comparison of businesses’ gas
✓ We have built a solid reputation for being a reliable, independent and trustworthy comparison company
✓ We are able to compare gas prices from industry leaders to find you competitive rates
✓ Whenever a business gets in touch with us, we always work hard to get them the most competitive rates
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To get started, either call us on 0800 9777 000 or fill in the quote form above to see how much you could save…