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Yorkshire Gas and Power (YGP) are a commercial provider of gas and electricity serving England, Scotland and Wales. They have been operating in the UK since 2009. It’s quick and simple to compare energy for small business with Utility Saving Expert.
We will cover frequently asked Yorkshire Gas and Power business energy questions such as:
Yorkshire Gas and Power (YGP) state that they have a “refreshing different view” on how they treat business energy customers. Their team aims to take full ownership of customer complaints and resolve them in an efficient way. Through regular contact, they hope to update you should you have any issues.
The business energy supplier’s goal is to become a serious competitor to the ‘Big 6″. They hope to achieve this by providing a high level of customer satisfaction for both new and existing customers.
You can contact Yorkshire Gas and Power by using the following methods:
If you wish to make contact via post, you can write to them at: Yorkshire Gas and Power, Airedale House, 423 Kirkstall Road, Leeds, LS4 2EW
Their office opening hours are between 9:00am and 5:00pm, Monday to Friday. Remember that any telephone calls you make may be recorded.
Contact Yorkshire Gas & Power via telephone by calling them on 0113 856 0056
If you smell gas or suspect a gas leak, contact The National Gas Emergency Service immediately on 0800 111 999. Calls are free, and they operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Republic of Ireland customers should contact The National Gas Emergency Service on 1850 20 50 50.
We also recommend that you take the following action:
You can visit Yorkshire Gas and Power’s website directly at: https://www.ygp.co.uk/
If you need to email YGP, you can send your message to: firstname.lastname@example.org – Your message will be forwarded to the relevant department.
You can also use social media to contact Yorkshire Gas and Power on LinkedIn.
A map showing YGP’s head office location can be found below.
As of figures available in January 2019, this is Yorkshire Gas & Power’s electricity fuel mix:
Source of electricity percentage from the following fuels:
As of figures available in 2019, YGP assessed its environmental impact as follows:
Environmental impact = TBC g/kWh CO2 emissions/kWh and TBC g/kWh high level radioactive waste/kWh.
Yorkshire Gas and Power (YGP) have a range of products available for small businesses to multi-national corporations. They endeavour to offer highly competitive business energy contract prices.
If you’re able to take more risk on your business energy costs, YGP can help by providing flexible and pass-through contracts, this means that certain parts of the energy bill is charged at the pass-through rate. This will pass on some of the risk to your business in an attempt to save money compared to standard energy purchasing options.
Yorkshire Gas & Power is able to provide energy to multiple business sites, this can all be implemented within one simple contract. They can offer a range of flexible billing options to meet your needs.
The business energy supplier hopes to provide straightforward billing through invoices that can be easily understood.
You will have the option to set up a monthly payment plan, they are able to spread the cost of your energy usage over 12 months to eliminate seasonal fluctuations. This can help you more easily manage your business’ finances.
Current out of contract rates, charged per supply point:
Right now there isn’t enough accurate data to show a true representation of Yorkshire Gas & Power’s reviews.
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Last updated 10/05/2019