The Bristol Energy Hub is our unique customer service point and events space, located on Bristol’s Harbourside.
The Hub is open 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday. See details below for weekend openings.
Why visit the Bristol Energy Hub?
At the Bristol Energy Hub, we hope you’re able to enjoy great face-to-face customer service from our team including:
paying bills or topping up pre-payment meters
help with understanding your bills
information on switching energy supplier
energy efficiency advice for your home or business
learn more about Bristol Energy’s mission to be a force for social good
About events at the Bristol Energy Hub
In the Hub’s events space, you can enjoy free, family-friendly activities, and meet some of the Bristol organisations we’re working with to be a force for social good, including community groups, local organisations, charities and others that share our values.
We work with local organisations to hold events because we believe that community organisations should work with local people to help spread the news of their good work. And we believe in a fun and proactive approach to raising awareness of the many neighbourhood projects Bristol has to offer.
February Half-Term at the Hub
This half-term we're celebrating our love for Bristol with free family craft activities.
Drop in and create a love heart inspired by what you love most about Bristol.
Pop into the Hub to see us
Address: Unit 5-6, 1 Canon’s Road, Bristol, BS1 5UH
(For SatNav, this address takes you to the back of the building, the entrance is on the quayside)
Directions: The Bristol Energy Hub is located in the centre of town on the Harbourside, a couple of doors down from The Watershed and the Tourist Information Centre.
Thirsty? Refill your water bottle here!
We're part of Bristol's Refill Campaign, which aims to reduce the use of single-use plastic bottles that use up valuable natural resources to make and transport, and create mountains and mountains of waste once we’ve gulped down the contents.
Check out the 200+ other Refill points across Bristol.