Tas Gas – gas provider

tas-gasTas Gas is Tasmania’s premier gas supplier, generating and retailing natural gas for residential and business throughout the state.

  • What utilities does Tas Gas offer?
    • Gas
  • Who can sign up with Tas Gas?
    • Residents of Tasmania

Tas Gas is the number one retailer and provider of gas in Tasmania. They formed in 2003 and provide gas to residential, commercial and industrial properties. Aside from retailing gas, the Tas Gas Networks also own and operate hundreds of kilometres of pipelines.

Who is Tas Gas?

Tas Gas is Tasmania’s number one gas generator and retailer. They offer natural gas plans for both residential and business clients, but only in Tasmania. They have options to choose plans and switch over online at their official website. Their website also offers a variety of energy usage calculators.

What packages does Tas Gas offer?

Tas Gas don’t provide set packages, but recommend plans on a per customer basis. Speak to an energy broker today for more information.

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Could you switch to Tas Gas?

If your property has a natural gas line, and you live in Tasmania, you can get in touch with Tas Gas. If however, your property does not have access to a pipeline, installation will be necessary; Tas Gas are currently running a promotion for gas installation. If you are unsure whether your property has access to gas, you can use the Tas Gas tool available through their official website to find out.

Pros and cons of Tas Gas deals


  • Comprehensive natural gas plans, cheaper than other energy sources
  • Discount on connecting gas
  • No exit fee charges
  • Provides a variety of payment options


  • Only provides gas services, thereby limiting bundled deals
  • Limited available information about gas plans
  • Potentially expensive installation process
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How to switch to Tas Gas

To switch to Tas Gas, first it would be a good idea to determine if your property is near a natural gas pipeline, using the tool mentioned above. Tas Gas can further be contacted on their website.

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