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Making it easy to switch business energy contracts

Between April and December 2014, all of the ‘Big 6’ energy suppliers and Opus Energy voluntarily scrapped automatically renewing - or Rollover - contracts. This means there are new rules to look out for if you wish to renew or switch your business energy accounts.

We’ve included all the main rules here:

Numbers = Days before Contract End Date (CED)

SupplierRenewal Letter sentLock in dateDo they rollover?If applying 30-0 days before CED, notice period starts...If applying after CED, the notice period starts...Supplier termination email
British Gas6030No - Move onto variable tariff, 30 day notice periodDay notice receivedDay notice receivedcontract.renewals@centrica.com
Eon9030No - Move onto variable tariff, 30 day notice periodDay notice receivedDay notice receivedsmecontractterminations@eonenergy.com
EDF60-7530No - Move onto fixed tariff with no exit fee. 30 day noticeDay notice receivedDay notice receivedsmecustomerservices@edfenergy.com
Scottish Power60-9030No - Move onto fixed tariff with no exit fee. 30 day noticeDay notice receivedDay notice receivedsmecontracttermination@ScottishPower.com
Npower9060No - Move onto variable tariff, 30 day notice periodDay notice received Day notice receivedbusiness.queries@npower.com
SSE6030No - Move onto variable tariff, 30 day notice periodDay notice receivedDay notice receivedbusinesscontracts@sse.com
Opus9060No - Move onto variable tariff, 30 day notice periodDay notice receivedDay notice receivedcontactus@opusenergy.com
Ovo6030No - Move onto variable tariff, 30 day notice periodDay notice receivedDay notice receivedbusiness@ovoenergy.com
CNG120-15090Yesn/an/aterminations@cngltd.com
Gazprom90-12090Yesn/an/aterminations@gazprom-energy.com
Dong9060Yesn/an/aterminations@dongenergy.co.uk

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