Business gas comparison
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150 business energy tariffs

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We will beat your energy renewal or
we'll give you £1,000 T&C's apply

Who we compare...

Opus Energy
EDF Energy
British Gas
E.ON

We keep it simple with
our 3 easy steps...

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Fill in our simple form...

We ask a small set of questions which helps us understand your business and its needs.

2
Our expert team searches our network of energy suppliers to find you the best deal...

Once your quotes are ready, an expert from our trusted partner will be in touch.

3
Sit back and start counting your energy savings!

Pretty easy wasnt it?

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Why use BusinessComparison to find you a better deal?

On average, we save businesses £446 per year on their energy bills
On average, we save businesses £446 per year on their energy bills
Our energy customers save an average of 40%
Our energy customers save an average of 40%
We will beat your energy renewal or we'll give you £1,000 T&C's apply
We will beat your energy renewal or we'll give you £1,000
T&C's apply
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Compare business gas prices & UK suppliers

Across the UK businesses are under pressure to pay rising business gas and electricity bills. Here at BusinessComparison, we make it possible to compare business energy prices by working with a panel of the leading business gas and electricity providers, to compare their various tariffs and offers.

Whether you are a small start-up or a large corporate organisation, businesses of every scale can be impacted by the cost of their business electricity and gas. Rising energy costs can have a serious impact on the costs of operating and will quickly begin to eat into any potential profits, so it is worth ensuring that your business is signed up to the best tariff available.

The majority of us are aware that we are able compare energy prices at home to find the best deal, but it is also possible to find and switch to the cheapest business gas deals. Although the main benefit of switching your business electricity or gas supplier is the large potential cost savings, there are other benefits.

The various business gas providers will all offer different levels of service, so if you are unhappy with the customer support with your current provider of business gas, a new supplier could provide an improved experience. There are also a growing number of green business gas and electricity suppliers which could provide a service which is a better reflection of your own business ethos.

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How much could I save
by switching to new business gas rates?

The amount you could save when you compare business gas suppliers will vary significantly depending on your current supplier, the levels of use and your current tariff. The amount you could save will be impacted by the type of contract you are currently signed up to. For example, if you have multiple sites you could benefit from a multi-site gas supply contract, or simply switching to direct debit payments could provide additional discounts on your current bill.

Business energy rates are different to domestic ones, as the energy rates can vary each day depending on the supply and demand, currency prices, regulator fees and government levies. Simple changes in the weather conditions or how you store your gas could have an impact on the price you will pay for business gas. This can make it difficult to predict and monitor the value of your supply, especially if you are not currently within a fixed price term.

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Which business gas tariffs are available?

Finding the right business gas tariff for your business may seem confusing. From fixed rate to variable tariffs, we’ll help you find the best solution for your business requirements. Here we help guide you through the different tariffs and how they impact on your energy bills.

Business gas tariffs

There are two main types of tariff used for business energy. Because the size and scope of every business is different, so too are their requirements for gas and electricity.

Choosing the correct type of tariff reflects how you use energy within your business as well as how you go about paying for it. Certain factors should be taken into account when selecting a commercial energy tariff for your company, including your businesses financial situation, how much energy you use and where your business is located.

A fixed-term contract is usually the cheapest option as it locks in a price for a set number of years. However, it is worth remembering that if you leave a fixed rate tariff early, you may be required to pay an exit fee. Although, in many situations there are still savings when taking into account any fees thanks to the new reduced business gas prices. When signing up to a new provider it is possible to lock in a rate for a fixed period of between 1 and 5 years, which means you will know exactly what you will be required to pay over the agreed period. Although, it is worth considering that the longer fixed rate period you choose, the more expensive the tariff.

The opposite to a fixed rate tariff is a variable rate contract, which will require you to pay the current market rates for energy for each unit used. This means you business will be impacted by fluctuations in gas prices and your bills each month could change even if the same amount of gas is used every month.

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How to compare business gas suppliers

If you are searching for cheap business gas the first step you should take is to use our quick business gas comparison tool. Our comparison service is designed to help you compare business gas prices from the Big Six suppliers; British Gas, E.ON, EDF Energy, npower, SSE and a variety of small energy suppliers.

The comparison tool will take into account your specific details, as the best business gas rates will vary depending on your location, demands and business size. We will ask you a variety of questions such as your current level of use and the anticipated energy requirements, the name of your current supplier and the business premises postcode.

The gas rates available to businesses are dependent on more variables than domestic properties, with suppliers basing their available tariffs on factors such as the sector you operate in and the businesses credit rating. The comparison service is designed to capture the required information, which will then be reviewed against the available tariffs.

We are also committed to providing businesses with access to the suppliers which provide the best levels of customer support. Our panel of gas suppliers are chosen because of their expertise, support and competitive prices.

Once we scour the tariffs available you will be provided with the most competitive options, which we believe are a great fit for your business. From the available tariffs you will be able to consider the length of the term, the contract type, the budget you have allocated and any additional extras which the supply includes such as, boiler servicing or additional care packages.

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How do I switch gas provider?

Our comparison service and team of dedicated energy experts will make the whole switching process quick and easy. Once you are happy with your business gas quote, we will then require some more detailed information. For example, your most recent gas bill, business registration information, gas meter number and the date your switching window opens. We will then pass the details you have provided across to the new supplier, who will begin to process your switching application.

The new supplier will organise the switch of your services and there will be no disruption to your supply. The new supplier will use the same pipes to deliver your gas as the previous provider, which means the whole process is actually surprisingly quick. In most situations there is no requirement to change your meter, if it is a standard meter the new supplier will continue to use it.

The new supplier will contact you with a supply changeover date and payment details for your future bills. To close the account with your current supplier you will need to pay any outstanding amounts or organise for any credit to be repaid to your business.

If you would like to compare business electricity or gas, our useful comparison service is completely free of charge and all quotes do not carry any obligation to change your supplier. To find out more about how much you could save by switching your business gas or business electricity, please contact our experienced team today.