Business Energy Prices UK

Current & Historic Business Energy Prices for UK Businesses

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Cheap business energy prices that keep your business going

We understand that your goal as a business owner is to maximise your company’s profitability and productivity — which means waste isn’t an option. To find the best business energy prices out there you may have to do some shopping around.

Be sure to negotiate and compare business energy prices so that you can truly capitalise on your energy choice. You deserve to feel like your business gas and electricity supplier always serves to benefit your business.

Business Energy Prices UK

Compare Current & Historic Business Energy Prices for UK Businesses

Business electricity prices for 3 year contract

Energy supplierStanding ChargeUnit Price kWh
Octopus Energy27.3813.67
Dual Energy 26.1913.20
British Gas33.2113.38
Scotish Power 31.1413.16
TotalGP 34.5513.92
Opus 31.0013.72
Npower 24.0914.00

The average Standing charge based on a 3 year contract is 27.24 pence. The average unit rate based on a 3 year contract is 13.94

Energy supplier prices correct as of 17/03/2020 and based on a business electricity meter type

Business gas prices for 3,4 and 5 year contract

RegionUnit rate kWh
3 year 
Standing charge
3 year 
Unit rate kWh
4 year 
Standing charge
4 year 
Unit rate kWh
5 year 
Standing charge
5 year 
East Anglia3.8737.553.8540.383.6440.23
East Midlands3.9037.323.8640.023.6540.10
North East3.9439.273.9543.353.7242.59
North Thames3.9640.143.9444.923.7043.69
North Wales3.9639.223.9543.153.7142.75
North West3.9338.533.9142.363.6741.71
South East3.9940.423.9845.683.7544.32
South Wales3.9238.753.9042.553.6641.82
South West3.9540.623.9645.783.7544.50
West Midlands3.9438.713.9142.593.7041.93

Busines gas prices correct as of 07/05/2020

Historic prices of fuels (gas and electricity) purchased by non-domestic consumers in the United Kingdom (excluding the Climate Change Levy)

FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter
Very Small  15.84  15.49  16.09
Small  14.25  13.76  13.95
Small/Medium  12.85  12.31  12.44
Medium  12.09  11.24  11.51
Large  11.41  10.62  11.25
Very Large  11.18  10.13  10.01
Extra Large  10.77  10.00  9.68
Average  12.37  11.62  11.66
Very Small3.9524.5215.895
Very Large1.8811.4481.357
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small  14.64  14.97  15.26  16.18
Small  12.94  12.84  13.32  13.93
Small/Medium  11.38  11.49  11.75  12.81
Medium  10.72  10.89  11.03  11.91
Large  10.16  10.33  10.39  11.00
Very Large  9.85  10.00  10.09  10.26
Extra Large  9.18  9.43  9.83  9.87
Average  11.06  11.12  11.35  11.94
Very Small3.4304.0534.8834.088
Very Large1.6751.7211.9991.962
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small  13.34  13.67  14.06  14.03
Small  12.00  11.91  12.07  12.35
Small/Medium  10.63  10.43  10.52  11.01
Medium  10.06  9.90  9.96  10.39
Large  9.98  9.96  9.84  10.49
Very Large  9.84  9.96  9.77  10.17
Extra Large  9.07  8.72  8.73  9.29
Average  10.55  10.38  10.38  10.89
Very Small3.5294.0374.8923.665
Very Large1.5361.3631.4301.550
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small  12.56  12.39  12.22  12.31
Small  11.71  11.21  11.59  11.78
Small/Medium  10.41  10.07  10.27  10.66
Medium  9.63  9.27  9.44  9.92
Large  9.48  9.27  9.23  9.79
Very Large  9.27  9.07  9.06  9.71
Extra Large  8.88  9.04  8.96  9.41
Average  10.17  9.92  9.99  10.43
Very Small3.7734.0465.0213.606
Very Large1.4971.2081.2701.502
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small  13.53  13.06  12.85  12.60
Small  11.92  11.68  11.81  11.73
Small/Medium  10.59  10.42  10.56  10.47
Medium  9.81  9.72  9.75  9.70
Large  9.56  9.66  9.41  9.66
Very Large  9.39  9.37  9.28  9.27
Extra Large  9.03  8.98  9.03  9.19
Average  10.35  10.18  10.16  10.24
Very Small3.8374.3784.8324.184
Very Large1.8751.7371.6741.668
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small  13.20  13.42  13.72  13.60
Small  11.44  11.42  11.36  11.53
Small/Medium  10.28  10.19  10.08  10.34
Medium  9.46  9.30  9.12  9.52
Large  9.39  9.46  9.06  9.50
Very Large  9.02  9.19  8.70  9.39
Extra Large  9.03  8.74  8.56  9.18
Average  10.06  9.94  9.85  10.18
Very Small4.0674.4455.0634.411
Very Large2.2461.9161.8122.044
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small  12.03  12.09  13.07  13.81
Small  10.52  10.79  10.89  11.19
Small/Medium  9.48  9.65  9.63  9.96
Medium  8.62  8.82  8.82  9.34
Large  8.55  9.06  8.80  9.06
Very Large  8.65  8.84  8.50  8.77
Extra Large  8.19  8.26  8.51  8.68
Average  9.29  9.46  9.45  9.92
Very Small3.8674.1754.6734.153
Very Large2.2902.2242.2592.270
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small  12.20  11.96  12.30  12.52
Small  10.36  10.14  10.39  10.40
Small/Medium  9.05  8.95  9.08  9.24
Medium  8.11  8.18  8.27  8.46
Large  7.78  8.26  7.99  8.41
Very Large  6.80  7.91  7.84  8.20
Extra Large  7.62  7.92  7.86  8.29
Average  8.90  8.85  8.84  9.17
Very Small3.7524.0094.4253.953
Very Large2.0931.9782.0872.247
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small  11.01  11.41  11.78  13.04
Small  9.65  9.56  9.75  10.22
Small/Medium  8.09  8.23  8.39  8.92
Medium  7.46  7.40  7.46  7.99
Large  6.93  7.24  7.07  7.39
Very Large  7.03  7.01  6.64  7.14
Extra Large  6.96  6.58  6.98  7.26
Average  8.13  8.06  8.12  8.68
Very Small3.1203.3883.3133.555
Very Large1.9592.0911.9332.089
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small  11.97  12.02  12.14  11.94
Small  9.78  9.70  9.78  9.59
Small/Medium  8.24  8.17  8.15  8.07
Medium  7.30  7.11  7.16  7.27
Large  7.04  6.59  6.50  6.56
Very Large  6.83  6.34  6.43  6.57
Extra Large  7.11  6.24  6.64  6.40
Average  8.47  8.15  8.21  8.14
Very Small3.2053.3223.3262.857
Very Large1.4181.3611.5931.840
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small 11.87r  11.86  12.05 11.87r
Small 10.04r  10.05  10.11 9.84r
Small/Medium 9.14r  9.33  9.06 8.25r
Medium 8.24r  8.36  7.98 7.40r
Large 8.08r  8.23  7.73  7.26
Very Large 8.00r  8.18  7.72  7.23
Extra Large 7.07r  6.89  6.61  7.06
Average 9.06r  9.13  8.85 8.56r
Very Small3.7273.6303.4583.116
Medium2.672 2.276r1.8691.803
Large2.501 1.909r1.7001.653
Very Large2.124 1.436r0.9981.224
Average2.795 2.405r1.8601.935
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small  9.75  9.86  10.45  11.29
Small  8.26  8.28  8.81  9.77
Small/Medium  7.26  7.26  7.76  9.77
Medium  6.37  6.73  7.18  9.23
Large  6.28  6.61  7.01  8.84
Very Large  6.46  6.86  7.11  9.36
Extra Large  5.65 6.15r 6.30r  7.67
Average  7.12  7.43  7.81  9.45
Very Small2.9272.9453.1683.548
Very Large1.7432.0532.0852.286
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small9.27  9.57  9.67  9.67
Small7.97  7.29  7.99  8.09
Small/Medium7.75  6.59  7.20  7.15
Medium7.00  6.23  6.26  6.32
Large6.61  5.74  5.92  6.01
Very Large6.69  5.62  5.63  5.81
Extra Large6.32  4.76  4.19  5.35
Average7.39  6.49  6.63  6.87
Very Small 2.816r2.6212.5802.651
Small 2.621r2.2601.9192.234
Medium 2.151r1.8111.5431.800
Very Large1.3740.9681.0481.512
Average 2.164r1.7181.5161.908
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small7.307.888.539.10
Very Large5.
Extra Large    
Very Small2.2662.1732.4422.623
Very Large2.0161.4121.2811.447
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small6.296.566.796.98
Very Large3.633.683.884.58
Extra Large    
Very Small1.7091.7611.7771.989
Very Large1.2421.2431.1431.945
FuelSize of consumer1st quarter2st quarter3st quarter4st quarter
Very Small5.845.916.076.14
Very Large2.762.652.933.63
Extra Large    
Very Small1.4881.3631.5981.370
Very Large0.8441.0250.9530.992

Average non-domestic gas prices excluding CCL


Average non-domestic electricity prices excluding CCL


Business Energy Suppliers Information

British Gas for Business (also known as BGB) supplies business electricity and gas to over 350,000 UK businesses which is more than any other UK business energy supplier. British Gas for Business is a separate part of business and is not reliant on the household domestic brand British Gas.

They offer bespoke energy services for bigger commercial and larger industrial business customers. Just like British Gas domestic customers, their business customers can claim smart meters by 2020.

Other benefits:

  • Fixed priced business energy tariffs
  • Free Advice on energy efficiency
  • Free dedicated account manager for businesses
  • As a customer of BGB you can get discounts on other BGB services

EDF energy is one of the "big 6" energy supplier to the British businesses. They offer business energy rates and plans to suit all business sizes from small business or larger industrial businesses. Another strong feature of EDF energy is the ability to offer short term business contracts to help start-up businesses and a business which is relocating.

You can ask EDF energy to install a smart meter for your business where applicable.

Other benefits:

  • 24/7 live online chat
  • Account management via online portal or mobile app
  • Submit business meter readings online
  • 7% discount, if you pay business bills monthly by direct debit
  • Renew or change business contracts online

Eon is a well known household domestic brand who also offers gas and electricity to businesses within the UK. They are one of the biggest gas and electric companies in the world.

They offer a smart meter for their business customers - if you want a smart meter for your business, simply call them or request smart meter installation online using Eon’s website.

Other benefits:

  • They pride themselves on their award winning business customer service
  • Advice available on energy efficiency for your business
  • You have an option to manage your business energy account online with Eon
  • Electricity customer can call 105 to report any issues 24/7
  • Gas customers can call 0800 111 999 to report any gas emergency

SSE is the second biggest energy supplier in the UK and it is a combination of southern electric, SWALEC, Atlantic and Scottish hydro. They offer business energy tariffs to small, medium, large and public sector businesses.

With SSE, you can get green energy tariffs for your business and you can also check with SSE’s customer service to see your business can have smart meter.

Other benefits:

  • You can submit a meter reading online
  • Dedicated account management support
  • Email and telephone customer service
  • Flexible billing and contract options

Scottish Power is one of the "big 6" energy supplier in the UK and part of Iberdrola Group. Scottish Power providers electricity and gas to UK’s businesses, including large and SMEs.

You can submit a meter reading and manage your business consumptions online by using your dedicated portal.

Other benefits:

  • Dedicated support centre for businesses
  • Online customer service via chat function
  • Scottish Power mobile app on Google Play and App store
  • Business support via UK based call centre
  • Online account management and help line

Npower provides gas and electricity to businesses throughout the UK and are one of the "big 6" energy suppliers within the UK.

They offer fixed and variable business energy contracts, you can choose a fixed term contract length from 12 months to 5 years.

Other benefits:

  • Online management for your business
  • Paperless billing
  • Online payment management
  • Smart meters are available

Gazprom is the UK’s leading business gas supplier. They supply gas for fast food chain McDonalds throughout the UK

Other benefits:

  • Automated meter reading (also known as AMR)
  • Online login and management for existing customers
  • Payment portal – My Gazprom Energy

CNG is also known as Contract Natural Gas and they supply gas to over 50,000 UK businesses that includes local shops, SMEs and national chains.

Other benefits:

  • Live chat for business customers
  • Reasonable business gas rates
  • Excellent customer service

Opus Energy was founded in 2002 and they supply gas and electricity to over 150,000 customers. Around 1,200 new businesses apply for their services every week.

Other benefits:

  • UK based customer service
  • Free online account management
  • Tailored business services where applicable

Haven Power is part of Drax group and is one of the largest generators of renewable energy in the UK. The firm offers variable and fixed rate contracts.

Other benefits:

  • AMR service (automated meter reading)
  • Free advice from business energy experts
  • Electricity generated from 100% renewable sources

Independent British energy supplier for UK businesses. Dual Energy is one of the first business energy suppliers to offer smart meters to get accurate energy bills, they first offered smart meters in 2009.

Other benefits:

  • Free smart meter
  • Annual budget planning
  • Dedicated call centre based in the UK

Dong Energy has been in the UK market since 1989 and formally known as Shell Gas Direct. Dong energy recently changed their name and now known as Ørsted.

Other benefits:

  • Provides personal account management
  • Excellent award winning customer service
  • Automated meter reading (AMR)

Corona Energy was founded in 1995 and has over 13,000 business customers in the UK, they were acquired in 20006 by Macquarie (an investment bank based in Sydney). Corona Energy supply about 14% commercial gas and industrial market in the UK.

Other benefits:

  • Timely and accurate billing facility
  • Dedicated account management
  • Flexible and fixed business contracts

Business energy comparison in kWh (Business gas usage and Business electricity usage)

Energy usage can vary per business, to give you a rough guide of how much your business should be using energy, we have explained below by business size.

Business electricity prices compared against usage and Business size
Business size Low end usage (kWh)High end usage (kWh)Daily standing charge Unite price (per kWh)Average annual price
Micro business50001500023p - 29p14.4p - 15.9p£900 - £2,244
Small business150002500023p - 28p14.3p - 15.1p£2,367 - £3,660
Medium business250005000023p - 27p14.3p - 14.7p£3,774 - £7,234
Business gas prices compared against usage and Business size
Business size Low end usage (kWh)High end usage (kWh)Daily standing charge Unite price (per kWh)Average annual price
Micro business50001500019p - 25p5p - 5.1p£400 - £820
Small business150003000019p - 25p4.5p - 5p£820 - £1458
Medium business300005000024p - 25p4.3p - 4.5p£1458 - £2239

How does commercial energy differ from domestic energy?

  • Business energy unit rates are usually cheaper.
  • Commercial energy contracts are typically longer.
  • No cooling-off period for business energy contracts.
  • All business contracts are for a single fuel (gas or electric). Businesses can have two contracts with the same supplier but fuels are not bundled together in a dual fuel tariff like suppliers do with domestic energy.

What to consider to get the best energy prices for your small business

If you’re a small business owner and you’re looking to manage your financial outgoings, reducing your business energy prices can be a quick and simple way to make cost savings.

Small businesses that don’t switch or renegotiate before the time an energy contract ends will almost always be put onto a rollover contract. More often than not, rollover contracts won’t give you cheap business energy prices. Expensive supplier rates can be a serious and unnecessary drain on your cash flow.

Thankfully, as a small business owner, you have alternative options to find the best business energy prices. With Free Price Compare, you can browse through a wide variety of gas and electricity suppliers to find the cheapest energy deals. Easy!

Can cheap business energy prices still be environmentally sustainable?

In the day-to-day running of your business, reducing your carbon footprint might not be your number one priority. But, did you know that going green has the real potential of saving your business money while doing your bit for the planet?

The good news is that switching to a green, environmentally sustainable business energy supplier is simple. With more options than ever before, UK business owners can choose an energy supplier and embrace renewable energy.

While it’s not too hard to find an energy supplier who can supply 100% green electricity, if you’re looking for a bundled gas deal you might have to turn to one of the smaller business energy suppliers.

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Business Energy FAQS

As a business, lowering costs makes a lot of sense. When it comes to energy, a company uses a lot more on average than a UK household. That can amount to over 10% of overall costs.

At Free Price Compare, our aim is to get our customers onto the best value tariff. So, we compare hundreds of tariffs across the market to get the right one for your business.

Savings vary, but what we can say with confidence is that we will find a competitive quote. That quote will usually be significantly cheaper than the current renewal offer made by your current supplier.

Our process is very straightforward. Our expertly trained advisers are on hand to make sure each step is undertaken seamlessly. We’ll ask you questions relating to the supply of the business property, all of which can be found directly on your bill. A comparison is then generated. If accepted, our advisers will walk you through the application process.

Call us today on 0203 919 094 to get a quote now.

We can offer contracts that range from one to five years. Generally, the longer the contract, the more expensive it gets. However, a longer contract will give you security against price increases.

Some tariffs come with a free smart meter to help you monitor consumption of your usage.

Green tariffs are increasingly popular for tackling climate change. They’ll often be generated from 100% renewable energy. Though it’s essential to keep in mind, all tariffs include an element of renewable energy.

Charities and not for profit organisations pay 5% VAT and no Climate Change Levy (CCL). That brings the cost down, like for like against commercial organisations.

Introduced in 2001 by the then Government, it is a ‘Green' tax on businesses using energy.

The short answer is yes. As long as your business is run from home and the separation is documented on a VAT Declaration form (between what is domestic and what is commercial usage). For further guidelines, contact HMRC.

Feed-In tariffs are designed for establishments, both commercial and residential, that generate their own electricity. If you are able to sell excess energy to the grid, you’ll get money back.

FITs are separate agreements, and in most cases have no impact on tariffs offered by us. For more information on FITs, visit the Energy Savings Trust website.

No, energy companies are billing companies - their job is to look after the billing side. As a billing company, they're not involved in the generation and distribution of gas and electricity.

Green Energy comes from 100% renewable sources like wind, solar and hydro, whereas Brown Energy has an element that's Green. On average just under 33% of Brown Energy is Green while the rest is produced from fossil fuels like oil, coal and gas.

Your most recent bill will have all the information we need to give you an accurate quote, including:

  • The current supplier
  • Tariff name and end date
  • How much energy is being used (in KWH or cost in pounds)

Don’t have all the information? Our expert advisers can still give you a quote.

The great advantage of a business contract is that we're able to book energy agreements 6-12m before your current contract ends.

If you‘re just moved into a new property, check if you're receiving electricity and the gas supply. If everything is working, ask the estate agent or outgoing tenant who the supplier is. Due to you being a new ‘business mover', the supply will be on “Deemed” or “Out of Contract” rates which are very expensive. Just give us a call on 0203 919 094 to get the best deal for your business.

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British Gas

British Gas was founded in 1812 as originally the Gas Light and Coke Company. It was recognised as the first Public Utility Company of its kind. Today British Gas is owned by its parent company Centrica and it supplies energy to more than 11 million homes and businesses.


Contract Natural Gas (CNG) was formed in 1994 just after the deregulation of the energy markets. The specialist gas supplier is a real alternative to the ‘Big Six’, where focus is on delivering good customer service.

Corona Energy

Corona Energy was formed in 1995 initially focused on providing gas to UK businesses. Today they deliver to 11% of the Industrial & Commercial Gas market across 8000 businesses. Recently, the company took the decision to become a dual fuel supplier and now provides quotes for electricity supply too.

Dual Energy

Dual Energy was established in 2009 and is a UK owned independent electricity provider servicing all UK businesses. Dual Energy is at the forefront of Smart Meter billing as it installs smart meters on all business premises it supplies.

Dong Energy

Dong Energy has been in the UK market since 2004. In 2012 it entered the retail gas market with purchase of Shell gas direct for £30 million. Dong Energy can also supply electricity but only when the AQ is above 5 gigawatts per meter.

EDF Energy

EDF Energy is owned by its French parent company Électricité de France abbreviated to EDF. The company was formed in the UK in 2002 by acquiring and merging with SEEBOARD Plc, London Electricity and SWEB Energy Plc.


E.ON UK formerly known as Powergen is a subsidiary of German giant E.ON. The parent company acquired full ownership in January 2002. E.ON has over 5 million customers and so forms part of the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers.

Gazprom Energy

Gazprom Energy is wholly owned subsidiary of the Russian energy giant Gazprom Group. Its history in the UK markets goes back to 2006 when it started supplying gas to UK businesses followed by electricity in 2009.

Haven Power

Haven Power started trading in 2006 and provides UK businesses with electricity only. In 2009 Haven Power was acquired by Drax Power ltd, which has given in financial stability with a £100 million plus turn over. Haven Powers key strength has been its focus on delivering exceptional customer service.


Npower’s history goes back to 1990 following the privatisation of the energy markets by the late Thatcher Government. In 2000 the company split into two and the UK operation was renamed Innogy. In 2002 the company was acquired by RWE and is now known as RWE npower plc.

Opus Energy

Opus Energy started trading in 2002 to supply UK businesses with gas and electricity. With the backing of GDF Suez it now supplies 200,000 businesses throughout the UK.

Ovo Energy

Founded in 2009 by Stephen Fitzpatrick as a domestic retailer of energy, Ovo Energy prides itself as an alternative to the Big Six.

Scottish Power

Another constituent of the Big Six, Scottish Power Plc was formed in 1990 following the privatisation of the energy markets. In 2006 it was acquired by Iberdrola the Spanish Energy Giant. Today Scottish Power supplies 5.6 million households and businesses throughout the UK.


SSE Plc was formerly Scottish and Southern Energy Plc. The company was created in 1998 following the merger of Scottish Hydro-Electric and Southern Electric. It’s the second biggest retailer in the UK with 9.2 million customers and is a part of the ‘Big Six’.

Crown Gas

Crown Gas and Power is a subsidiary of Crown Oil Ltd. It is a specialist gas supplier which has been trading since the deregulation.


Founded in 2001 Axis provided telephony services and lines to businesses. It is now the only company that provides UK businesses with telephone, broadband, mobile, gas and electricity services– essentially a one-stop shop for all telecommunications and utility requirements.

Extra Energy

Extra Energy is a recent entrant to the UK market and is part of the German owned Extra Energie group.

Hudson Energy

Hudson Energy is part of the US Company Just Energy Group. In the UK they provide electricity to large consumers of power such as those designated as “Half Hourly�?.

Regent Gas

Regent Gas was formed in 1995 as a gas supplier to UK businesses. It now supplies “1,000’s�? of businesses throughout the UK


GDF Suez UK has been operating in the UK since 1999. Its prime focus has been Industrial and Corporate customers where they have a 4.7% of the market share.


SmartestEnergy is owned by Marubeni Corporation and it provides SMEs and large corporates with business electricity. SmartestEnergy delivers energy to 730 customers including names such as John Lewis Partnership and Toyota Motors

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