Business energy price plans

Compare business energy tariffs to find the right deal for your business


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Our business energy tariffs and deals explained

We know every business is different. So, we offer a range of business energy price plans to suit you. Here we explain our range of business energy tariffs so you can choose the best option for your business.

We offer fixed term energy plans, flexible rolling contracts as well as tailored business energy plans for customers with half-hourly meters or customers looking for greener business energy.

All our fixed price and fixed term British Gas Business electricity plans are zero carbon as standard, which is backed by electricity from renewable energy sources (72%) and nuclear generation (28%).  Our renewable energy for business plans have a 100% renewable fuel mix.

You can see the breakdown of the fuel we use in our fuel mix.

Fixed Price Energy Plan - our most popular plan

You will have no worries about price rises with our Fixed Price Energy Plan

  • Pick the best contract length for you from 1 year to 3 years
  • The unit rate stays the same for the length of your 1, 2 or 3 year plan
  • Pay by Direct Debit and save 7%[1]
  • Your bills will still vary depending upon how much energy you use
  • We'll let you know when it's time to renew in your online account

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Renewable business energy

If your business uses more than 150,000 kWh of gas or electricity, then you're eligible for our renewable business energy plan.

  • Lower carbon footprint
  • Renewable energy can help signal sustainable thinking to both employees & customers

Renewable business energy

Half-hourly meters - electricity

We can offer an energy deal that fits around how and when your business uses electricity.

  • Tailored pricing based on your energy usage and on the opening times of your business
  • Choose our nationwide half-hourly meter operator service, or pick your own

Half-hourly meters

Variable Price Plan

If you've been on one of our Fixed Price Energy Plans and not agreed a new contract, you'll be put on our Variable Price Plan. Also known as a VPP or out of contract rates.

  • Your unit rates could go up or down
  • We'll write to you 30 days before rates are due to change
  • You can move onto one of our other plans at any time

Deemed rates

If you move into new premises supplied by British Gas and haven't agreed a new contract with us, you'll be paying our deemed rates.

Standard Variable rates

Consider other options

We'll only move you onto our standard variable rates in exceptional circumstances.

If you're going to be moved onto these rates, we'll contact you to let you know the reasons and to explain the options that are open to you.


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Tackling net zero risks in business

In the last year, businesses have had a long list of problems to tackle.
There’s still a strong focus on delivering net zero strategies, but the wider business context continues to be challenging, and some organisations hesitate to take firm steps on the path to net zero. 

Rather than stow away net zero plans for a distant future, what steps can be taken to overcome the risks faced today, and new challenges on the horizon?  We surveyed 300 businesses to find out how they are planning to overcome net zero risks and accelerate their net zero plans. 

* We may record calls to help improve our service to you. Calls to 0800 numbers are free from mobiles and landlines. Calls to 0330 / 0333 numbers will cost you no more than 01 or 02 numbers from landlines and mobiles and may be included with your call package if you get 'inclusive minutes'. Text messages are charged at your standard message rate and may be included in your call package.

[1] If you agreed your contract directly with us, the 7% discount will be shown as a discount line on your bill.

If you agreed your contract through a third party broker, the discount is included in the standing charge and unit rate.

Customers who move to our variable prices,whose variable prices have changed, those we've price matched, or where another supplier’s energy agreement has transferred to us, do not qualify for a Direct Debit discount.