List of German Gas Providers

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When do I need a gas provider?[edit]

  • If you rent (or buy) an apartment or house directly from a landlord
  • and your place uses local gas heating. To find out

You usually don't need a gas contract

  • when you sublet an apartment or room, because then your main tenant has already a contract with them.

How to order and pay a gas supplier?[edit]

  • Find out whether your warm water is heated by gas.
  • Estimate your consumption. Typical:
    • apartment size 30 m²: 4350 kWh (no water heating) / 4800 kWh (incl. water heating)
    • apartment size 50 m²: 7250 kWh (no water heating) / 8000 kWh (incl. water heating)
    • apartment size 70 m²: 10150 kWh (no water heating) / 11200 kWh (incl. water heating)
    • apartment size 90 m²: 13050 kWh (no water heating) / 14400 kWh (incl. water heating)
    • apartment size 110 m²: 15950 kWh (no water heating) / 17600 kWh (incl. water heating)
  • Compare providers or pick a provider from the list below
  • Order online
  • Based on your consumption estimation, they calculate a monthly prepayment rate for you. Pay that rate now every month.
  • After a year (usually), they measure your actual consumption.
    • If you used less than your estimation, you will get money back and your monthly prepayment rate will be lowered.
    • If you used more than your estimation, you will need to pay the difference and your monthly prepayment rate will be raised.

Compare gas providers[edit]

List of gas providers[edit]

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