Gas Consumption Calculator

Your Usage

Your gas meter will record your gas consumption in either cubic meters or hundreds of cubic feet. You will however pay for gas using a price per kWh. Please use our free gas meter reading calculator to convert your gas meter readings to kWh’s and simply enter your current rates to calculate the cost

Step 1 - Meter Type

Please indicate whether your meter measures in cubic feet (imperial ft3) or cubic metres (metric M3).

Step 2 - Enter your readings (do not include any digits in or surrounded by red)

Enter you current meter readings

Step 3 - Check Conversion Criteria

There is no need to change any of the following figures unless you wish to use the exact figures quoted on your bill.

The figures used are national averages – the exact figures used in your area can be found on your bill if you wish to use them.

Step 4 - Please enter your charges

Step 5 - Contact Details

To obtain your calculation please enter your name and email address below. By completing this form you agree that we can contact you with regards your Gas Usage Calculation


By using this calculator, you accept our terms and conditions of this sites usage in full. If you disagree with any part of these terms and conditions, you must not use our calculator. While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, all calculations are only estimates for guidance and should not be used as a definitive indication of a likely bill to be issued by a supplier. In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage arising from the use of the calculator.

Please Contact Us if you are a commercial or business user and would like more information about how we can help you reduce your energy bills.

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