Is your business looking for a gas contract or is your current contract due for renewal?

Compare business gas supplier prices & find the best value provider for your requirements.

They are currently around 43 commercial gas suppliers in the UK, by requesting these suppliers provide their best business gas rates for your requirements the Utility Centre are confident in finding the most cost effective supplier and saving your company money. The Utility Centre make it very easy to check supplier gas prices, with our FREE price comparison & switching service get a quote today and see how much you can save!

Get a business gas contract quotation online or contact our team.

Find The Best Value Gas Contract For Your Business

The Utility Centres highly skilled team of commercial energy brokers possess the necessary skills & knowledge to find and negotiate the best gas contract rates for your business.

Our team compare gas prices from all established ofgem regulated UK gas suppliers, negotiating on variables such as unit price, standing charge, tariff length, etc.

By comparing and negotiating supplier gas prices we find your business the best value gas contract rates. If your business consumes gas we can help save money on the cost.

Search & Compare Business Gas Prices

To allow our team to request prices from our bank (including the big 6) of gas providers, we require the following information:

  • Meter Point Reference Number and Site Address

  • Current supplier

  • Quantity of gas used (kWh per annum)

  • Preferred contract start date

After gathering supplier prices we present the results for your perusal clearly showing the units rates and standing charges.

Choosing A Business Gas Contract

After your review of our price comparison findings and selection of your preffered gas supplier our team will take care of everything, liaising with suppliers and conducting all paperwork on your behalf. Allowing you to sit back, relax and think about the savings you will make.

The best bit about our services is that there is no charge, all our services are completely FREE - Your business has nothing to lose!

Want to know more? Have a question? Would like to get a Business Gas quotation speak to our team on : 0843 456 0066

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Business Gas Frequently Asked Questions

If you’ve shopped for household gas recently, you may have noticed that the unit price of gas was cheaper than it is for businesses. This is because domestic customers pay less VAT. Plus, what you pay is also dependent on your gas usage and the size of your property.

The typical VAT rate for most businesses is 20%. However, if you operate a charity or a not-for-profit organisation, you could be eligible for a reduction in VAT. If you have any questions, you should speak to your gas supplier and request a VAT declaration form.

The amount you save by switching commercial gas provider can vary depending on your annual consumption, location and length of contract.

Speak to a member of our team and find out exactly what savings you could make, it will only take 5 minutes of your team to compare prices from 90% of UK suppliers.

Once you’ve agreed your new tariff, it usually takes between 4 and 6 weeks for your contract to go live.  We will manage the whole process on your behalf providing updates as we progress.

No, there will be no distruption to your gas supply during the supplier switching process.

We make business gas price comparison as easy and simple as possible.  Tell us your about your business including location and current usage and we will do the rest.  In less than 2 minutes you will be able to compare all the tariffs and suppliers that are available to you, for clarity we always include the gas unit rate price and daily standing charge cost.

Yes, business gas rate prices do vary from region to region.

Factors that influence pricing include:

  • The number of business gas suppliers in the region

  • The number of suppliers that buy from the generators in that region

  • The charges local distribution networks add onto your energy supply