Powering Northern Ireland businesses differently
3T Power is a Northern Irish renewable electricity provider committed to doing things differently from the big utility providers. 100% of our energy is generated in Northern Ireland, for Northern Ireland businesses. Using the wind, waves, sun and waste, we deliver sustainable renewable energy which benefits local business and local energy suppliers.
As your energy partner, we’ll work closely with you to help you navigate the renewable energy market so that you get an energy deal that’s good for you and good for our planet – we have the power to change.GET A QUOTE
Why 3T? Discover the benefits
We put all our energy into providing our customers with the cleanest, greenest energy and the most personal dedicated service.
Our simple fixed and flex tariff plans ensure we can confidently offer budget friendly prices while producing environmentally friendly electricity.
Dedicated Account Manager
Say goodbye to waiting in call centre queues. Every 3T customer has a dedicated Account Manager who helps you get the most from your energy.
How do you know that your electricity comes from a local, renewable source? We offer full traceability of our electricity supply, meaning you can rest assured that your company is supporting local green electricity generators.
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Power to the generators
Join our network of over 90 power generators across Northern Ireland. You can benefit from our fixed prices, and we’ll handle everything for you. We are more powerful together.
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