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What is a business smart meter?

A smart meter takes a reading every 30 minutes and sends it to the user’s business energy supplier. It is one of the latest technological advancements in the energy sector which helps consumers manage their energy consumption levels.

Who do we receive our business energy bills from?

In all instances, you will receive your bill from your energy supplier. They will charge you for all services they provide on a monthly or quarterly basis.

What is the Meter Point Reference Number?

The Meter Point Reference number is the unique number for your gas supply. It can be found on your gas bills and some gas suppliers may call it a supplier number or the M number or even the MPR number.

What do I need to do to switch my business energy supplier?

Well, firstly you need to contact Free Price Compare when you’re business energy contract is up for renewal or when you have a moved into a new business premises so we can compare the entire market to find you the best available business energy tariff. Free Price Compare will help and guide you through the whole process free of charge.

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    • Switching energy supply only takes 5 minutes and you can save up to £2100* off your energy bill.
  • Guides

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  • Suppliers

  • British Gas

    British Gas was founded in 1812 as originally the Gas Light and Coke Company. It was recognised as the first Public Utility Company of its kind. Today British Gas is owned by its parent company Centrica and it supplies energy to more than 11 million homes and businesses.


    Contract Natural Gas (CNG) was formed in 1994 just after the deregulation of the energy markets. The specialist gas supplier is a real alternative to the ‘Big Six’, where focus is on delivering good customer service.

    Corona Energy

    Corona Energy was formed in 1995 initially focused on providing gas to UK businesses. Today they deliver to 11% of the Industrial & Commercial Gas market across 8000 businesses. Recently, the company took the decision to become a dual fuel supplier and now provides quotes for electricity supply too.

    Dual Energy

    Dual Energy was established in 2009 and is a UK owned independent electricity provider servicing all UK businesses. Dual Energy is at the forefront of Smart Meter billing as it installs smart meters on all business premises it supplies.

    Dong Energy

    Dong Energy has been in the UK market since 2004. In 2012 it entered the retail gas market with purchase of Shell gas direct for £30 million. Dong Energy can also supply electricity but only when the AQ is above 5 gigawatts per meter.

    EDF Energy

    EDF Energy is owned by its French parent company Électricité de France abbreviated to EDF. The company was formed in the UK in 2002 by acquiring and merging with SEEBOARD Plc, London Electricity and SWEB Energy Plc.


    E.ON UK formerly known as Powergen is a subsidiary of German giant E.ON. The parent company acquired full ownership in January 2002. E.ON has over 5 million customers and so forms part of the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers.

    Gazprom Energy

    Gazprom Energy is wholly owned subsidiary of the Russian energy giant Gazprom Group. Its history in the UK markets goes back to 2006 when it started supplying gas to UK businesses followed by electricity in 2009.

    Haven Power

    Haven Power started trading in 2006 and provides UK businesses with electricity only. In 2009 Haven Power was acquired by Drax Power ltd, which has given in financial stability with a £100 million plus turn over. Haven Powers key strength has been its focus on delivering exceptional customer service.


    Npower’s history goes back to 1990 following the privatisation of the energy markets by the late Thatcher Government. In 2000 the company split into two and the UK operation was renamed Innogy. In 2002 the company was acquired by RWE and is now known as RWE npower plc.

    Opus Energy

    Opus Energy started trading in 2002 to supply UK businesses with gas and electricity. With the backing of GDF Suez it now supplies 200,000 businesses throughout the UK.

    Ovo Energy

    Founded in 2009 by Stephen Fitzpatrick as a domestic retailer of energy, Ovo Energy prides itself as an alternative to the Big Six.

    Scottish Power

    Another constituent of the Big Six, Scottish Power Plc was formed in 1990 following the privatisation of the energy markets. In 2006 it was acquired by Iberdrola the Spanish Energy Giant. Today Scottish Power supplies 5.6 million households and businesses throughout the UK.


    SSE Plc was formerly Scottish and Southern Energy Plc. The company was created in 1998 following the merger of Scottish Hydro-Electric and Southern Electric. It’s the second biggest retailer in the UK with 9.2 million customers and is a part of the ‘Big Six’.

    Crown Gas

    Crown Gas and Power is a subsidiary of Crown Oil Ltd. It is a specialist gas supplier which has been trading since the deregulation.


    Founded in 2001 Axis provided telephony services and lines to businesses. It is now the only company that provides UK businesses with telephone, broadband, mobile, gas and electricity services– essentially a one-stop shop for all telecommunications and utility requirements.

    Extra Energy

    Extra Energy is a recent entrant to the UK market and is part of the German owned Extra Energie group.

    Hudson Energy

    Hudson Energy is part of the US Company Just Energy Group. In the UK they provide electricity to large consumers of power such as those designated as “Half Hourly”.

    Regent Gas

    Regent Gas was formed in 1995 as a gas supplier to UK businesses. It now supplies “1,000’s” of businesses throughout the UK

    GDF Suez UK

    GDF Suez UK has been operating in the UK since 1999. Its prime focus has been Industrial and Corporate customers where they have a 4.7% of the market share.


    SmartestEnergy is owned by Marubeni Corporation and it provides SMEs and large corporates with business electricity. SmartestEnergy delivers energy to 730 customers including names such as John Lewis Partnership and Toyota Motors

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