Yorkshire Gas and Power has tariffs to suit businesses of all types and sizes. Whether you run a small business or are part of a multi-national corporation, YGP can provide energy to you at very competitive prices.
Yorkshire Gas and Power offers fixed-price energy contracts that last between 12 and 36 months. With a fixed-price contract from Yorkshire Gas and Power, business prices are locked in for the duration of the contract. This provides stability and consistency as your energy bill will only fluctuate due to usage rather than changes in price.
As well as fixed contract rates, YGP gives you the option of common contract end dates. This means that any contracts you have with YGP will lapse at the same time. So, if you have separate business gas and business electricity rates, you can end and renew them at the same time.
Yorkshire Gas and Power can provide an energy supply to multiple business sites at once. To keep this simple for you, YGP supplies energy to all of your sites under one energy contract. You can also choose from a range of billing options designed to give you flexibility.
Flexible and pass-through contracts
Flexible and pass-through contracts are other options offered by Yorkshire Gas and Power. These are only usually a good idea if your business is willing to take a risk on your energy costs. Under these contracts, a portion of your energy bill will be charged at the pass-through rate.
This may save your business money compared to other types of contracts. However, some of the risks are passed onto your business.
Yorkshire Gas and Power billing
As a business energy supplier, YGP focuses on making the billing process straightforward. The invoices you receive are simple and easy to understand.
To eliminate seasonal fluctuations, YGP allows you to spread your costs over 12 months with a monthly payment plan. This makes managing your business’s finances easier.
Yorkshire Gas and Power’s current out-of-contract rates are charged per supply point and are as follows:
- All unit rates: 25.99p/kWh
- Standing charge: £4.99 per day
- All unit rates: 107p/kWh
- Standing charge: £1.96 per day
There is a capacity charge which only applies to half-hourly energy metres. The charge is 24.66p/kVa per day.