British Gas

About Us

British Gas Business is one of the UK’s leading business energy supplier. We supply gas and electricity to more businesses than any other energy supplier, providing energy to more than 350,000 organisations. We are part of Centrica, a company founded on a 200-year heritage of serving people.

As the world moves towards a low-carbon future, the way businesses acquire, use and manage their energy is changing. That’s why we provide fixed and flexible energy supply options designed to meet your requirements, and our renewable business energy options can support your green credentials and help you meet your sustainability targets.

Our Pledge

As part of our people and planet plan, we are committed to enabling the transition to a lower carbon future and have set these ambitious climate action goals:

  • Be a net zero business by 2045, with a 40% reduction in carbon emissions by the end of 2034
  • Help our customers to be net zero by 2050
  • Build a 800MW portfolio of new solar and battery storage assets by 2025
  • Build a zero emission road fleet in the UK by 2025
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“We’re helping to shape a low carbon future by enabling our customers, the energy system and our business to use energy more sustainably.”

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Contact Us

British Gas
Millstream
Maidenhead Road
Windsor
Berkshire
SL4 5GD
Tel: 0333 202 9802
www.britishgas.co.uk

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