Haven Power

Electricity for Large Businesses

1Third party costs include: Feed-in Tariff (FiT), Renewables Obligation (RO), Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS), Distribution Use of System (DUoS), Balancing Services Use of System (BSUoS) and exclude any new taxes or levies and CCL and VAT increases.
2The costs of Contracts for Difference (CfD) and Capacity Market (CM)
3The Energy Intensive Industry (EII) Exemption Charge is calculated from the cost increase of RO and ss-Fit due to EII exemption.
More information on EII exemption can be found here

For many businesses, electricity is just a costly commodity. It means workers aren’t sitting around in the dark, it powers computers and boils the kettle. But for major energy users, it is the lifeblood of the business, meaning the relationship between supplier and customer is paramount.

We believe in working closely with large customers. We make it our business to understand how you want to purchase your electricity, to work with you to provide innovation and cost efficiency through your supply contract.

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Why Haven Power?

We are proud to be a supplier outside of the ‘big six’. We like to do things differently and that means we keep the customer – you – at the heart of everything we do. It’s easy to say, but this is a commitment that our entire business was founded upon, and a value that continues to drive the business today.

More and more businesses are switching to Haven every year, thanks to our personal service, British-based account teams and proactive attitude. We have grown considerably in recent years, now turning over £1bn per annum.

the Drax Group

As part of Drax Group we source the majority of our power from Drax Power, the largest power station in the UK, which is a predominantly renewable energy generator.

Thanks to Drax we can offer a Biomass Renewable Electricity option with all of our products.

biomass benefits

Biomass Benefits

why biomass?

  • Drax’s sustainably-sourced biomass provides a reduction of over 80% in carbon emissions compared to coal.
  • Biomass is the alternative choice for today; a modern and highly efficient renewable energy source.
  • Biomass is an important element in Britain’s energy mix, alongside wind and solar. Biomass pellets are the only non-fossil fuel that can be turned up to fill the gaps when the weather means wind or solar produce less than expected.

Find out more about our Biomass Renewable Electricity option