CNG passes one million-customer milestone

Leading supplier and shipper of natural gas, CNG, has reached its most significant milestone to date. This month the business supplied gas to more than a million people through its […]

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By george marshall

Leading supplier and shipper of natural gas, CNG, has reached its most significant milestone to date.

This month the business supplied gas to more than a million people through its extensive list of around 50,000 customers and more than one million through its wholesale contracts with other suppliers.

CNG is recognised as the largest independent shipper of gas in the UK.  The company’s expanding portfolio is testament to its hard work establishing itself as a real alternative to the Big Six energy suppliers.

The energy company’s record new total of 600 million therms equates to 17.5 billion kilowatts of energy, making for an impressive output for CNG, which has geared up for further growth with a new brand identity, launched earlier this year.

Under the message of ‘Power Up’, CNG allows customers both clarity and control when it comes to energy, an ethos that is helping to shape the business for the future.

Chris England, Financial Director at CNG, said: “Hitting the one million customer mark is a huge achievement for our business. Most people know us as a commercial supplier for SMEs but we have invested a great deal of time in becoming the chosen shipper for many other suppliers and this milestone comes as a result of hard work, amazing customer service and constant drive to offer the best we can to energy users and the industry.

“We’re all about creating a more diverse energy market and we relish the opportunity to use what we know to bring new suppliers to market to strengthen competition in the industry. The strength of our offering means we’re perfectly placed to continue growing our business on every level.”

CNG is in a unique position as a gas supplier with both a shipper licence and an expert Energy Connections team, meaning the business can own and manage the delivery of gas from the national network to individual properties, giving much more control to the business and its customers.

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