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SSE Business Energy Reviews, Prices & Tariffs

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Scotland-headquartered SSE is traditionally one of UK’s largest energy suppliers. In 2020, it sold off its domestic retail customers to Ovo Energy. Following the acquisition, customers can only purchase business energy from SSE.

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SSE is one of the UK's largest business energy suppliers offering renewable electricity from UK wind and hydro assets. From fully fixed to flexible tariffs, they offer commercial gas and electricity solutions to businesses of all sizes.

About SSE

SSE Business Energy offer a range of commercial gas and electricity tariffs for both small and large businesses.

SSE Protect

Aimed at small and medium sized businesses, this a fully fixed tariff offering:

  • Fixed terms for up to 3 years to suit your requirements.
  • 100% renewable electricity from SSE’s own UK wind and hydro assets.

SSE Choice

This tariff is aimed at small and medium sized businesses offering fixed wholesale costs only. This means that non-commodity prices may vary.

Businesses can benefit from:

  • Fixed wholesale rates for up to 3 years.
  • 100% renewable electricity from UK wind and hydro assets.

SSE Shaping

Aimed at large businesses, this tariff provides a fixed energy usage profile with access to live market prices to take advantage of changes in market conditions.

SSE Cash Out

The SSE Cash Out tariff offers visibility of usage in real time to help large businesses control energy usage and costs. Customers will also have access to on-site generation and the ability to sell back to the grid.

SSE plc is a multinational energy company founded in 1998.

SSE Business Energy continues to supply commercial gas and electricity to businesses across the UK.

The easiest way to reach SSE Business Energy is often by their website or mobile app.

You can also reach SSE Business Energy by phone via the general switchboard: 0345 070 7373.

SSE’s main postal address is: 

PO Box 7506
PH1 3QR.

SSE is committed to helping providing clean, zero-carbon energy solutions to businesses. 

SSE Business Energy generates renewable electricity from its own UK wind and hydro assets.

Here, you can find the latest fuel mix disclosure information from SSE.

Energy Source

British Gas Average

UK Average










Natural gas



Other fuels



CO2 emissions

175 g/kWh

186 g/kWh

High-level radioactive waste

0 g/kWh

0.007 g/kWh

Cancellation policies vary by tariff types. Some of SSE’s fixed tariffs include exit fees that you’ll need to pay before you can cancel the contract and switch to another supplier.

Comparing business energy suppliers and switching is simple with Love Energy Savings.

All you need to get started is your postcode and you can view the latest energy prices in as little as 30 seconds.

Once you've chosen the right tariff for you, our team will handle the rest. From communicating with your old supplier, to getting you set up with your new supplier, we'll handle the process every step of the way.

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Understanding your SSE bill

Your online or paper bill from SSE will tell you:

  1. Your unique customer account number
  2. Your name and billing address
  3. The billing period of the invoice
  4. Service account number and invoice number
  5. Supply address
  6. Breakdown of charges being applied for the period and how they’ve been calculated
  7. The number of invoices that are being totalled on your account balance
  8. Total including any outstanding balance from previous bills
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