Business energy switching made easy

As the UK’s leading B2B energy specialist, GAS can provide access to the most appropriate rates and tailor made contracts to safeguard your business’ long-term future in the face of rising energy prices.

Choose your pricing model and remove the stress of switching

We make it easy to save on your business energy

Bespoke Procurement

Energy pricing tailor made for your business and negotiated directly with suppliers.
Benefits
  • Prices are specific to your business needs
  • In general, prices will be lower than our matrix pricing structure
  • A wider range of energy suppliers are approached
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Immediate Pricing

Perfect for smaller businesses looking for a quick turnaround with a standard pricing model.
Benefits
  • A signed LOA isn't immediately required
  • We can provide you with same day pricing
  • Immediately benchmark againts your renewal offer
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Compare offers from the leading energy providers to get the best deal for your utilities:

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our consultants are experts at what they do. It’s their job to constantly monitor the energy market, identifying industry trends and changes in prices.  Through such work, our agents are able to identify exactly when you should start negotiating your energy contracts, as opposed to simply entering the renewal process once your current deal is coming to an end. 

We don’t just stop with your energy procurement. What sets us apart from the rest the of the market is our ability to offer the latest and most complex of technology solutions. Due to our unique partnerships with some of the UK’s leading firms, we can design bespoke solutions that’ll have you saving energy in ways you’ve never imagined.  

Despite their reputation, comparison websites aren’t as convenient for switching business energy as they are for domestic energy users. The factors influencing a business energy price far outnumber those determining a domestic rate.

Many people using these sites believe, mistakenly, that the prices they’re viewing are the best available. In fact, an energy market investigation report by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), revealed that 60% of the best energy deals are not available on switching sites. This is predominately down to the fact that suppliers don’t routinely publish their best tariffs.

The energy industry is a constantly changing beast. What’s best for you now might not be best for you three years down the line. With price comparison site results, it’s often unclear if the deal you’re looking at is really the best fit for your business needs.

An energy consultant at GAS will identify, and negotiate, a bespoke deal that is tailor-made for your business, preventing you from overpaying for services you simply do not need.

You should always look to buy in bulk. Traditionally, when negotiating with energy suppliers, the higher consumption, the lower the unit rate. Remember, suppliers want your business. The more sites you put through them, the more valuable you become as a customer.

Arranging energy contracts for multiple properties at the same time is likely to prove far more cost-effective over time.

No matter how long is left on your current deal, you are entitled to negotiate a new contract. Once you’ve agreed terms and signed on the dotted line, your new tariff will go live immediately following the completion of your current term.

This tactic is often employed by businesses looking to take advantage of any dips in the energy market, or those concerned that prices will have increased come their renewal date.

Although you might perceive a one-year contract as possessing less-risk, bear in mind that future energy prices are volatile and likely to fluctuate over time. We need only look at the current climate, including the impending impact of Brexit and recent rises in inflation, to realise how unstable the market is.

In such an environment, signing a longer-term contract now (on today’s rates) could shield you from future price increases.

When it comes to deciding your energy contract, there is no “one size fits all”.

Every business has their own needs and requirements. If you’re a local corner shop, you’re going to differ significantly to a large manufacturing firm with numerous plants.

Before committing yourself to any long-term deal, it’s imperative that you fully understand every avenue available to you.

That’s where our expertise comes into play. 

The price of wholesale gas and electricity has risen substantially over the last 12 to 18 months. This makes it more expensive for suppliers to buy, and, unfortunately, this additional cost is passed on to you, the customer.

There’s been increased demand from Asia – especially China – for liquefied natural gas. This has helped push up wholesale gas prices across the world. The price of gas rose 250% in 2021 alone.

Regardless of whether you go direct with a supplier or work with a consultant, like GAS, rates previously seen in 2017 and 2018 are unlikely to return in the foreseeable future.

Here at GAS, we use our unique relationships with some of the UK’s leading energy suppliers to ensure you get the best prices possible, and, most importantly, packages that are tailor made for your business.

Technologies and energy management best practices are always changing. Even if you think you’re doing enough, it’s always useful to carry out a full audit of your premises to identify where you are overspending on your energy. 

You’ll have to invest some time & money to conduct a full audit, but the results will be worth it in the long term.

Unlike other energy consultants, we won’t pester you repeatedly with calls. We’ll speak to you once to establish your needs and requirements, then we’ll present you with the best offers available on the market.

After that, it’s completely up to you if you want to proceed with the contract.

The signing of a Letter of Authority (LOA) allows GAS’ energy consultants to do the hard work for you and approach energy suppliers.

The LOA is the legal document consultants require before an energy supplier will agree to provide prices for any potential customer. 

That completely depends upon your current contract. In most cases (barring exceptional circumstances such as a supplier going bust) you won’t be able to switch supplier until your current contract expires.

However, GAS can arrange contracts in advance of your current deal expiring, providing a seamless transition between suppliers.

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