Slough Heat and Power combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Berkshire was acquired by SSE in January 2008. It is the UK’s largest dedicated biomass plant which burns wood chips, biomass and waste paper. The plant supplies steam and hot water to local businesses. Slough Utility Services also supplies the Slough Trading Estate with fresh water.
What do we supply?
We supply commercial customers on the Slough Trading Estate with fresh water and some customers also receive steam or hot water supplies from us. All of our customers are billed either monthly or quarterly and balances are due in full within 28 days from the date of the invoice.
Ways to pay?
Direct Debit – Contact us if you would like to pay your invoices by Direct Debit. We will send you a Direct Debit mandate.
Card Payments – Contact us by telephone to pay your invoice over the phone. You will need your invoice number.
BACS – You can also pay your invoice by bank transfer. Our bank account details are:
Account number: 88951340
Sort code: 60-17-21
Please include your invoice number if you are paying a single invoice or provide us with a remittance advice so we know where to allocate your payment.
Cheque – We can also accept payment via cheque. On the back of the cheque please include your customer account number and the invoice number(s) where you would like your payment applied. Your cheque should be made payable to “Slough Utility Services” and sent to; Slough Utility Services, Customer Service Centre, PO Box 230, Havant, PO9 9DT.
We supply fresh water to a small number of residential customers on Montrose Avenue. These are non-metered supplies and the tariff is calculated using the rateable value.
Want to talk to someone? Via email or on the phone you can contact us at any point and we have helpful advisers waiting on the other end ready to answer any query you may have.
SSE has announced Keltbray as its principle contractor for the demolition of part of the Slough Heat and Power Plant on the Slough Trading Estate. To find out more, please read the press release:
For more information on the demolition process, please read our newsletter:
On 13 and 14 November 2018, we held some drop in sessions on the Slough Trading Estate to provide information to local businesses, residents and other stakeholders on our demolition plans, activities and potential impacts. To see the information that was presented at these events, please click below: