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We do more than just supply energy, we give your business power.

Choose us and enjoy the control, flexibility and transparency you need to thrive. We know energy can be a major overhead, so we work hard to take away the hassle of your supply; keeping it simple, competitive and easy to manage.

Still need convincing?

Here’s three great reasons to switch to CNG:

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25 Years of experience

You can rely on us. Years of expertise is right here at your fingertips.

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Over 45,000 customers

Join thousands of companies nationwide, from small start-ups to large corporates that trust us to meet their business needs.

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Customer Focus

Our award-winning, UK-based customer service team puts our customers at the heart of everything they do.

Ensuring reliability, stability and ease

"For us it’s about the quality of the service, and that is why we chose CNG. They’re a business who really care."

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45,000+ business customers can’t be wrong

From SMEs and national chains to local startups. Read what some of them have to say about us.

Raising the bar for pub company

Thanks to flexibility, competitive rates, and a human approach to customer service

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Top dog for customer service

We make Parley Cross Veterinary Centre feel like a valued business customer

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Taking the hassle out of bricks and mortar

Changing Python Properties’ account architecture for extra transparency and control.

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Latest News

16 Apr 2021

How will the capital allowances super deduction benefit my business?

The Government’s new super deduction means businesses can claim 130% capital allowances on qualifying plant and machinery investments, therefore, for every pound a business invests, their taxes are cut by up to 25p.

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14 Apr 2021

What does being data-driven mean for your business?

Head of Insight and Analytics, Chris Henderson, discusses in this blog

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09 Apr 2021

Supporting pubs by keeping our 'virtual' doors open

A recent article by Financial Times reported that many gas and electricity suppliers are rejecting contract renewals or sharply increasing prices for the pub and hospitality sector. In this piece we discuss how we have continued to support this deemed ‘high risk’ sector by keeping our ‘virtual’ doors open.

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