Any supplier offering competitive business energy rates will be included in our panel. Suppliers we have terms with currently include:
Scottish Power is a leading provider of electricity and gas, serving five million homes and businesses in the UK and in the western United States. They generate electricity, operate and maintain large power delivery networks and provide a full range of energy supply services, including metering, billing and call centre support.
Scottish Power deliver electricity and gas to *3.218 million (12%) domestic consumers in the UK.
EDF Energy is one of the UK’s largest energy companies and a wholly-owned subsidiary of the EDF Group, one of Europe's largest energy groups. EDF generate around 6% of the UK's electricity, employ nearly 12,000 people.
EDF Group's activities include generation, trading, transmission, distribution, supply and other energy services. It has over 38 million customers in Europe, with over 28 million of these in France. It has key business interests in Germany and Italy as well as France and the UK. EDF was founded in 1946 and became a public limited company (EDF SA) on November 19, 2004.
EDF Energy deliver electricity and gas to *3.666 million (13%) domestic consumers in the UK.
npower are the retail arm of German owners RWE npower, a leading integrated UK energy supplier, part of the RWE Group. RWE npower operates and manages flexible, low-cost coal, oil and gas-fired power stations and are developing innovative energy-related technologies.
npower deliver electricity and gas to *4.048 million (15%) domestic consumers in the UK.
E.ON is one of the UK's leading energy suppliers, the second largest electricity generator in the UK owner of the second largest distribution network.
E.ON UK is part of German parent company E.ON; the world's largest investor-owned power and gas company.
E.ON deliver electricity and gas to *4.922 million (18%) domestic consumers in the UK.
British Gas Business is Britain's leading supplier of energy to the business sector, and the only energy supplier dedicated to the needs of small to medium size customers through to industrial and commercial customers.
The creation of a distinct business unit in 2002 enabled British Gas Business to focus on the specific needs of businesses, from core gas and electricity services to central heating care.
British Gas deliver electricity and gas to *6.035 million (22%) domestic consumers in the UK.
Formed in 1948 as The Southern Electricity Board, they are now part of the only UK owned energy supplier Scottish and Southern Energy Group plc, a FTSE 100 company.
Scottish and Southern Energy Group currently manage the largest distribution network in the UK.
Scottish and Southern Energy Group deliver electricity and gas to *5.225 million (19%) domestic consumers in the UK.
Haven Power is an electricity supply company established specifically to serve the energy needs of business customers. Providing a real alternative to the large, multinational power suppliers, which have traditionally concentrated on domestic or large industrial users, Haven Power offers smaller businesses a simple, accurate, predictable and cost-effective electricity supply based on individual business needs.
Haven Power is part of The Welsh Power Group and has the resources, confidence and backing of a major generation group. Haven Power is large enough to offer competitive pricing but small enough to provide a flexible, responsive service to business customers.
Contract Natural Gas (CNG) started in 1994 following the deregulation of the UK gas industry and their portfolio of satisfied commercial customers has grown ever since.
Deregulation sparked opportunities for real competition in the gas industry, and a welcome chance for the sector’s true innovators to break the mould and offer a more progressive and customer-focused service. The people behind CNG fit that mould and bring the expertise gained over decades of experience to the businesses they serve today.
Opus Energy is a leading independent supplier of gas and electricity to the business sector, offering companies a competitive source of energy and a high standard of customer care.
Established in 2002, Opus Energy supplies energy to over 150,000 properties across the UK. Many of their customers are small and medium sized businesses who enjoy the savings they can offer, along with flexible and accurate billing. Opus Energy's long term power supply agreement with a major shareholder, GDF SUEZ, enables them to provide customers with a reliable source of low-cost electricity. They are also a significant provider of power to the retail industry, the Government sector and to housing associations across the UK. Some of the household names supplied by Opus Energy include Rushcliffe Homes, Stagecoach and FirstGroup.
*Energy Supply Probe – Initial Findings Report OFGEM Ref 140/08 6th October 2008