Business Gas Rates - Natural Choice

Your business doesn’t use natural gas like the business across the street, and at Infinite Energy, you don’t have to have the same rate plan. Instead, we’ll create a plan focused on your individual business needs.

  • Long term or short term? Our customers can fix their natural gas rates for virtually any term, from 3 months up to 5 years. You choose the best coverage for your business.
  • Fixed, variable, or both? You can lock in your rate, float with the market or have some usage on both plans.
  • Different needs at different times of the year? Have one plan in the summer and another in the winter. Or one plan for your busy season and one plan for the rest of the year. Whatever your seasonal needs are, we can accommodate them.

Business customers in these Florida utility areas may choose their natural gas supplier:

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Or call us at (877) IVE-GOT GAS (483-4684)

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