You can pay your energy bills by direct debit, bank transfer, by cheque or over the counter at a bank, post office or where you see a PayPoint sign.
Your contract is based on variable direct debit payment, unless an alternative payment method has been agreed. This includes a discount against our standard unit rate. Please note that if you agree your contract based on direct debit payment without a direct debit in place, or you later cancel or recall the direct debit, your prices will increase by 0.5p/kWh for electricity or 0.1p/kWh for gas.
Your bill has a how to pay guide on the reverse and includes the details you’ll require. If you’re paying by cheque, make it payable to the SSE brand that delivers your gas or electricity. You also need to quote all relevant site reference numbers on your remittance advice (these are shown on each invoice) and write your customer account number on the back of your cheque. If you’re posting your cheque, please use the address shown below. You can also pay using the banking details below.
You can now submit your meter readings to us online. You can also call 0345 725 2526 or submit by post to SSE Business Energy, No. 1 Forbury Place, 43 Forbury Road, Reading RG1 3JH.
If you don’t have a direct debit set up, please return a completed electricity or gas mandate to email@example.com or SSE Business Energy Direct Sales, No.1 Forbury Place, 43 Forbury Road, Reading, RG1 3JH.
If you’re billed quarterly but would like to switch to a budget direct debit paying a fixed amount each month, please call our customer service team on 0800 389 4466 to discuss.
Direct debit reduces your risk of getting into debt, as the amount you owe is paid off automatically at the end of each billing period. You’ll have 14 days after receiving your bill to let us know any issues before your payment is completed.
Please post your remittance along with your cheque to:
SSE Payment Centre
PO Box 13
Please email BACS payments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
13 Market Place
Sort code: 57-17-57
Account number: 00000000