About E.on UK

E.on UK generate and supply electricity and gas for the UK’s homes and businesses, and are part of the largest investor owned power company (E.ON GROUP) in the world employing over 17,000 in the UK and 93,000 worldwide.

Electricity Features & Benefits

  • Fixed means fixed – all prices are fixed for the term of the agreement and include pass through charges such as FiT/RO

  • Good Prices and commissions

  • Access product available for low users (below 9,999kWh)

  • Connect Mid, Connect Mid Plus, Connect Premier available with uplifts up to 1.00p/kWh

  • Connect available with fixed uplift of 1.50p/kWh

  • Quick registration period from 7 days

  • Sensible Credit Policy is a good fit for most businesses

  • Verbal LOA's accepted

  • DocuSign LOA's accepted

  • Docusign accepted

  • LOA's authorising multi sites require 'All Sites' to be stated on the LOA accompanied with a list of sites authority has been given for All agents selling E.on products must adhere to the E.on TPI Code of Practice.

Gas Features & Benefits

  • Fixed means fixed – all prices are fixed for the term of the agreement and include pass through charges such as FiT/RO

  • Good Prices and commissions

  • access product available for low user (below 24,999kwh)

  • Connect Mid, Connect Mid Plus, Connect Premier available with uplift up to 1.00p/kWh

  • Connect available with fixed uplift of 1.5p/kWh

  • Quick registration period from 21 days

  • Sensible Credit Policy is a good fit for most businesses

  • Verbal LOA's accepted

  • DocuSign LOA's accepted

  • Docusign accepted

  • IGT meters can now be quoted on SME

  • LOA's authorising multi sites require 'All Sites' to be stated on the LOA accompanied with a list of sites authority has been given for All agents selling E.on products must adhere to the E.on TPI Code of Practice.

Renewal Cycle

Eon will accept a renewal contract up to 180 days prior to the current contract end date. There is no need to serve termination if renewing with Eon.

 

Termination

Termination can be logged at any point from the contract start date up until 30 days before the contract end date. Terminations served after this point will be accepted and free to leave 30 days from that date. If a renewal contract is not agreed the customer will be moved on to a rolling variable price plan which requires 30 day termination notice.

 

If termination is served and the site remains with Eon after contract end date the customer will be moved onto out of contract rates which are significantly higher. 

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