Energy supplier Ecotricity has announced it will cut gas prices by 7% from April.
The company’s only gas tariff called ‘Green Gas’ will help customers save around £50 per year on their bills.
That’s the biggest reduction in the industry so far, the firm claims.
It added the cut in prices follows recent falls on wholesale gas costs.
Ecotricity also plans to produce its own green gas from grass.
Dale Vince, Ecotricity Founder said: “The 5% reductions that we’ve seen so far around the industry just aren’t enough.
“Oil prices have fallen so we’re seeing reductions in gas prices across the industry now – but one thing is for sure, they’ll go up again. It’s only by making our own green gas in Britain that we can keep energy bills affordable in the long term by creating energy independence and we won’t need to frack the countryside to get our gas.”