Total Gas & Power is one of the oldest energy companies in the UK and is the largest that aims specifically at industrial and commercial clients.
Total Gas & Power have operated since 1987 and were formerly known as AGAS limited. They are an owned subsidiary of the French oil company, Total SA.
A Guide To Total Gas & Power
Total Gas & Power claim to be the UK’s most trusted energy supplier. With a positive score of 4.0 out of 5 on the review site Trustpilot, this is perhaps a reasonable claim. 61% of Total Gas & Power’s reviews were rated ‘Excellent’ or 5 stars.
Total aims to be one of the most well-thought of suppliers of energy in the UK. They are funding research and development into renewable energy. Total is also proud of their customer service – meaning they are particularly popular with small and medium sized enterprises.
Total Gas & Power energy prices and tariffs
Total Gas & Power offer a range of tariffs for businesses. Some of the most popular are:
- 1 to 4 year fixed term contract.
- Available for both gas and electricity.
- Option to match with renewable energy.
Fix for Five –
- Fixed price for 5 years
- Long term contract for security
- Plan budgets for 5 years in advance.
- Fixed price for 12 months
- Variable rolling tariff from 12 months on
- No exit fees after the first year (30 days notice required)
Total Gas & Power Meter Options
Total offers a range of meters for their business energy customers. These include traditional meters, smart meters and automatic meters readers.
Total Gas and Power is a subsidiary of the French oil company Total SA. Total SA is one of the largest oil companies in the world, operating across the planet. Total SA has been involved in several instances of controversial business practices.
In the UK, Total’s General Manager is Sion Roberts.
You can contact Total Gas and Power in a few ways.
You can call Total on: 0333 003 7874.
You can email Total at: [email protected].
You can write to Total at: Bridge Gate, 55-57 High Street, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1RX.
When you switch with British Business Energy, you don’t need to do any of this. We do all the contacting for you, so you can focus on running your business.
Total Gas & Power has the option of an ‘Eco-Energy’ tariff. This tariff is promised to be from 100% renewable sources. The Gas is generated from food and farm waste. The electricity is generated from solar, wind and sea resources.
Total Gas & Energy uses the following fuel mixture:
- Coal – 5%
- Natural Gas – 53%
- Nuclear – 6%
- Renewable – 32%
- Other – 4%
When you leave Total Gas & Power, there are a few things you need to do. Firstly, you need to inform Total of your intention to leave. Your new supplier should supply to them your final meter reading. You will then receive a final bill.
If you are on a fixed term contract, you may have to pay a cancellation / leaving fee, unless you are within your cooling off period.
Total Gas & Power Price Changes
All energy suppliers, be they domestic or business focused, have to abide by the price cap. This is the maximum amount that a supplier can charge for energy in the UK.
The price cap is managed by Ofgem, the energy regulator. Ofgem raised the price cap in 2021.
Most energy suppliers base their prices on the price cap. As there has been a rise in the price cap in 2021, these suppliers have raised their prices correspondingly.
Regional Price Variations in Total Gas & Power
Not all regions of the UK receive the same prices for their energy.
Different regions receive different prices, based on how much energy they produce. Regions that produce more energy pay less. Regions that produce less energy pay more.