PFP energy are a non-profit energy supplier that entered the market in October 2015. They buy energy from existing suppliers and generators. At present they do not have full control over how sustainable their energy is. But over time they aim to find the best balance between low prices and reducing carbon emissions.
“With us, you’ll feel good about your energy. Not just because we’re much cheaper than the big energy providers - but because we’re very straightforward to deal with too.”
PFP Energy aim to deliver tariffs that are within the top 10 cheapest tariffs nationally.
They offer 2 types of tariffs:
In the event you do find yourself on deemed / out of contract prices you will need to contact PFP energy immediately and they can send you a fixed price alternative.
Why should this interest me? This is really a precaution, in-case you’re to be caught out of contract you need to know what you’re in for. This will help you be prepared and be more alert to when your contract is coming to an end.
PFP Energy aim to give you the most accurate bills, therefore they ask for a meter reading each month. You can do this two ways:
You can manage your bills and payments online. The preferred payment method is direct debit where your bills are paid automatically.
You can also make some great savings off your annual bill by:
To move business location, you will need to contact PFP Energy as soon as possible by calling 01772 395 777. You will need to provide an up-to-date meter reading (ideally on the day before or the day of the move). This will ensure that you are not charged for any electricity used after your moving date. Not only that, PFP Energy will need the details of your forwarding address.
Their website explains their Void and Vacant Management Service which can be an asset in helping you avoid unnecessary costs:
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