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Zero Carbon for Business

Zero carbon energy to meet your business needs(1)

Wind farm


Hit your environmental goals with renewable energy.


A variety of energy including low-carbon, nuclear, coal and gas. 

How does Zero Carbon for Business work?

  1. Energy sources
    Electricity is generated from a variety of sources, including zero carbon nuclear power.
  2. National Grid
    Electricity is then transmitted through the National Grid and through your local distribution network.
  3. Your business 
    Then we supply the electricity to your business.

We can't identify what particular type of energy generation source your electricity is coming from. That's why we match the electricity we estimate your business has used from a zero carbon source. In this case, that's nuclear.

Renewable energy windmills in a green landscape

Want to find out more about our renewable energy sources?

If you’ve got environmental goals your business needs to hit our renewable energy source might be best for you.

Make a positive change to your organisation's sustainability credentials with our renewable options. Report zero carbon emissions from your purchased electricity.

Our fuel mix

Every year, we publish the details of the fuel sources used to generate the electricity we supply to our customers.

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Looking for a contract that means you’re in control of when and how much energy you buy? We’ll provide you with the right contract for your circumstances.

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