Regent Gas provide commercial natural gas contracts for SMEs and large corporate businesses.
They can also manage supplies and meter connections.
Find out more about Regent Gas below.
Regent Gas Reviews
- Trustpilot: No reviews available.
- Which?: No review available.
- Review Centre: No reviews available.
- Google: No reviews available.
- Citizens Advice: Doesn’t rank in the Citizens Advice list of 15 business energy companies and how well they deal with complaints.
Regent Gas Power Compare Score: No average available.
Regent Gas Business Gas Tariffs
- Fixed price contract.
- Fixed price contract with a mid-term review.
- Fixed term deferred gas purchase (for businesses consuming 5,000,000 kWh per annum).
To find out specific pricing information, contact Regent Gas directly for a quote.
Note the tariff information listed above was correct at the time of writing (9 February 2018), although as noted, prices will vary by post code and subject to change at any time.
Regent Gas Background
Established in 1995, Regent Gas provides natural gas connections and supply to businesses in England, Scotland and Wales. They have contracts and products tailored to businesses of all sizes, some fixed for a particular term, tailored, deferred, or fixed with a mid-term review.
Regent Gas have 1000 customers, including hotels, manufacturers, offices, warehouses and more.
Regent Gas Smart Meter
Other Regent Gas Meters
Sites that use less than 293,000 KwH will have their meter read every 6 months. The invoices sent between are based on estimated readings which are less accurate.
Sites that use more energy than this will have a meter reading agency come to their premises to read their meter every month.
Regent Gas Bills
Payment can be made through Direct Debit, which will automatically be taken 10 days after the date on the invoice. Regent also accept payment by standing order for specific monthly amounts, bank transfer and cheque.
Any queries or questions about an invoice should be brought to Regent as soon as possible, particularly if you pay by Direct Debit.
Regent Gas App
There is no app for customers, but there is an online account on the website.
Switching To Regent Gas
There is no specific switching information on the website, but usually you need to provide:
- How much you’re spending on energy right now (either annually or monthly, but ideally both)
- When your current contract date ends and if there are any exit fees.
- What your consumption rates are.
- Your up-to-date meter readings.
Moving Locations With Regent Gas
If you’re moving to a new premises, you will need to let Regent Gas know in advance.
Different premises and conditions can mean different energy needs and costs. Always check for quotes if you’re planning to move, it could be cheaper than using your current supplier in a new location.
Regent Gas Fuel Mix
Fuel mix depends on specific supplier.
Coal – 0% (8.5% UK average)
Natural gas – 100% (44.1%)
Nuclear – 0% (21.0%)
Renewable – 0% (24.2%)
Other – 0% (2.2%)
Regent Gas In the News
Aberla appoints Paul McCarren as MD amid new investment, rebrand
Solar Power Portal, 22 Aug 2017
A piece about an energy contractor’s new Managing Director, mentioning Regent Gas as one of the firms helping to back them.
Regent Gas Complaints
No reviews available. There is a complaints procedure on the Regent Gas website, and they aim to respond to complaints within 14 days with either a resolution or update.
Contact Phone Numbers & Email
Phone: 0845 2412700
Email: Contact form
Regent Gas Address
Regent Gas Ltd, Regent House, Kendal Avenue, London, W3 0XA
Regent Gas Summary
For businesses which need a reliable gas supply, a provider like Regent could be a good option because they provide various different contract options at different price points. However, there’s a distinct lack of reviews available, so it’s difficult to assess how competitive their prices really are, or how highly recommended they come.
- Various fixed contracts available.
- Online account available.
- More environmentally friendly natural gas.
- No reviews available.
- Just gas, wouldn’t suit businesses needing electricity and gas.
- No way to manually submit readings, so could make bills inaccurate.