In our own personal experiences of running a family home, sometimes it can be difficult to decide on the best gas and electricity supplier. Energy suppliers seem to like making it as complicated as possible to decide which is the best deal! Some suppliers can have a high daily standing charge but have a low energy price per kilowatt hour, whilst other suppliers may have little or no daily standing charge and a higher price per kilowatt hour, so which is the best deal. Please use our free gas and electricity supplier comparison calculator below to find out.

You may also wish to check how many kilowatt-hours of gas you have used over a period of time to see how much this has cost you. If your gas meter measures cubic feet or cubic metres of gas, there is a calculator below which will convert these units into kilowatt-hours of gas. For example, last week in cold weather I used 42.77 m³ of gas, our unit conversion calculator finds this to be 489 kilowatt hours, if I pay 5p per kilowatt hour for gas, this means I used 489 x 5p = £24.45 for that week.

Compare gas and electricity utility supplier quotations. Use our calculator to choose the best combination of standing charges and kilowatt-hour (kwh) rates. Also use our free gas unit conversion calculator, cubic foot or cubic metre conversion to kwh.

### Gas Unit Conversion Calculator

**Step 1**Subtract your previous meter reading from your current reading to give the number of units used over the billing period.

**Step 2**If you have an Imperial gas meter, convert your units into Cubic Metres of gas consumtion as below