Gas and Electricity in Fraserburgh - SSE, SGN & More

Fraserburgh town centre

Fraserburgh is a town in Aberdeenshire in the north east of Scotland. It is known for being the largest shellfish port in Europe. It has population of around 13,500 people. Fraserburgh's incumbent suppliers are SSE for electricity and British Gas for gas.

DistributionDistribution Network Operator (DNO) - SSE Gas Distributor - SGN

SSE Fraserburgh

Scottish & Southern Energy Networks (SSE)

Emergency number - 0800 300 999 (Northern Scotland)

Non-emergency number - 0800 980 1395

SGN Fraserburgh


Emergency gas number - 0800 111 999

Non-emergency number - 0800 912 1700

Power cut in your area? Get in touch with your distribution network operator, Scottish & Southern Energy Networks, using the above contact information. You can also check for live updates by following the below link.

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Average Energy Usage by City

Electricity - 1016 kWh = £171

Gas - 4960 kWh = £251

Source: Over three month period, via British Gas's UK Energy Consumption Checker.

Even though we've been able to choose any energy supplier we want for the last 27 years, many areas in Great Britain still seem to have a natural affinity towards their incumbent and historically connected suppliers. The most popular supplier in the Fraserburgh area is SSE.

Fraserburgh's most popular supplier, SSE

Fraserburgh Energy Offices

Fraserburgh has one of the offices for electricity wholesaler 'Electric Center'. If you would like to find out more about working for Electric Center click here to visit their careers page.

Electricity Fraserburgh

Electric Center
26 North Street
AB43 9DJ



Fraserburgh used to be supplied by 'North of Scotland Hydro Board' before it was privatised in 1991. It then changed to 'Scottish Hydro-Electric plc'. It merged with 'Southern Electric' to become 'Scottish & Southern Energy', which is the company that we now know as SSE.


Before 1973, when the company became a region of the British Gas Corporation, 'Scottish Gas Board' used to supply Fraserburgh for its gas.

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