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Chamber Business Energy Tariff

Chamber business energy tariff is a unique electricity product available exclusively to members of the North East England Chamber of Commerce. Powered by British Gas Lite, Chamber Energy is one of the most competitive deals around.

In fact, it’s so competitive we’re willing to bet you won’t be able to find a cheaper tariff out there.

Exclusive
Only members of the North East England Chamber of Commerce can get this unique tariff.

Competitive
Our Chamber business energy tariff is cheaper than almost any energy deal you can find yourself.

Honest
The Chamber business energy tariff has been designed for our members and service fees are minimal.

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Helping the North East do business better

Electricity might be an unavoidable overhead, but we know it doesn’t have to cost the earth. That’s why we’ve created the Chamber business energy tariff as part of our commitment to help our members and the wider north east do business better.

Right now, businesses in the north east are wasting millions of pounds every year on energy.* We want to change that. We’re here to help north east businesses save on energy so they have more money to invest in jobs and productivity.

Together, we grow stronger.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can any business in the North East sign up to Chamber business energy tariff?
No. Chamber business energy tariff is a highly competitive discounted electricity product available exclusively to our members. Join the Chamber today to access it.

2. Which energy supplier provides Chamber Energy?
Chamber business energy tariff is powered by British Gas Lite, a low-cost service provided by British Gas with minimal administrative costs.

3. Are there plans to introduce a gas tariff?
We’re currently working on this in partnership with British Gas Lite. Stay tuned.

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* £500m a year (UK), source: Competition Markets Authority