Author: Bethan May Freire, Corporate Affairs
Author: Mark Keeling, Sales Director
We have hit the ground running in 2018 and the business activity for the April contract round is now well and truly underway. However, let us take a few minutes to celebrate our Business Energy successes of 2017.
Author: Emily Fincham, Marketing Executive
Authors: Alice Gunn, Product Developer & Helen Sanders, Wholesale Policy Manager
Author: Rob Silvester, National Account Manager
Introducing you to SSE Protect and budget certainty for business customers.
Author: Gary Stalker, SSE Business Energy National Account Manager
Why choose to use renewable electricity and what does it really mean?
There’s growing concern about the impact of greenhouse gases on the environment, and carbon reduction is a serious concern for all businesses. Attitudes have changed, organisations are evolving their sustainability strategies, and energy is a critical component.
Topics: SSE Green
SSE Green, offered to businesses of all shapes and sizes, has been independently verified and assured by Carbon Clear.
Carbon Clear, CDP Accredited Provider and trusted provider of carbon, energy management and sustainability services, has independently verified and assured SSE Green. Offered by SSE Business Energy, SSE Green is a 100% renewable electricity and allows businesses to report zero emissions for their Scope 2 emissions under the GHG Protocol Corporate Standards.
Topics: SSE Green
Author: Kevin Greenhorn, Managing Director of SSE Enterprise Energy Solutions
It’s an exciting time for businesses and for the energy market. There’s a momentum of change happening across businesses of all sizes and it’s fascinating to watch. The conversation is that energy should no longer be seen as just an outgoing cost; it’s an asset and opportunity. The direction of opinion seems to be that forward-thinking businesses increasingly understand that energy is a revenue generating asset that benefits the whole organisation – both in how it functions and how it is perceived. At SSE, we strongly believe in this too.
Topics: Energy Optimisation
Energy intensive industries to be exempted from the cost of Contracts for Difference; the compensation schemes for the Renewables Obligation and Feed in Tariff remain in place until legislation is amended to introduce exemptions.
You may have seen this morning’s announcement that SSE has entered into an agreement with npower to combine SSE’s household energy supply and services business in GB with npower’s household and business energy supply in GB.