Are the Big Six energy companies losing their grip on the market?

Published:  25 January, 2018

emissions2.jpgWith around 80% of the UK’s households (not to mention scores of businesses) powered by it, mains-supplied natural gas is an integral fuel to the UK’s energy mix. The result is continued high demand, and a busy, competitive market for both domestic and commercial mains gas.

What do we mean by the Big Six?

Historically, the lion’s share of this market (c.80-90%) has been dominated by a handful of large suppliers known as the Big Six: British Gas, EDF, EON, Npower, SSE and Scottish Power.

For those homes and businesses that are willing to look beyond the Big Six, there is plenty to be gained from testing the water with a smaller challenger firm – and financial savings are just the beginning.

FLOGAS BRITAIN, for example, is reported to be a respected supplier with more than 30 years’ experience in the energy industry. As well as providing bespoke off-grid energy solutions such as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), it specialises in gas mains for businesses too.

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