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Powering the Gas Industry with APIs
We are responsible for centrally managing and maintaining gas registration data on behalf of the gas industry in Britain.
To help improve the gas supplier switching experience for consumers, we host a number of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). Giving access to gas consumer use data, they help our customers improve their business operations and increase efficiency.
Ultimately, our Gas APIs work to improve the supplier switching process. They help to make a better change of supply experience and increase the number of people choosing to switch and how often they move supplier.
Gas API Services are available to gas industry customers working to support the improvement in the reliability of switching, and provide an enhanced consumer experience.
Eligible customers include:
- Price Comparison Websites (PCWs)
- Third-Party Intermediaries (TPIs)
- Gas Shippers and Suppliers
You will need an active Gas API Service account with us to take part. Complete an API Services Application form and return it to the Customer Contracts Team to get started.
Supply Point Switching service
Supply Point Enquiry Service
Supply Point Quantities Service
|Domestic||Domestic and Non-Domestic||Domestic and Non-Domestic|
|Switching Events||Switching Events and Portfolio View||Formula AQ|
Price Comparison Websites (PWCs)
Third Party Intermediaries (TPIs)
API Services Application Forms Process
Each band shows the maximum allowance of API calls (hits) allowed per year.
Pricing for the bands will be detailed in the contract, which will be shared once we have received and validated your API Service Application Form.
Each API service will have its own contract and associated pricing.
Not eligible? Find out from us
We are working on extending access to our APIs. If you are interested in taking part but your organisation is not in one of the groups with access, or you are unsure whether you will be eligible, please email the Customer Contracts Team.
Understanding Application Programming Interfaces
APIs provide a set of requirements that control how software programs communicate with each other. An API simply and securely connects:
- Business processes
API services let companies exchange data and build consistent experiences for consumers and users moving from one system to another.
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