Ebico is a different sort of energy supplier. Unusually for the UK energy market, Ebico is a social enterprise. That means they do not try to make a profit from their energy sales. Instead, they were founded to reduce fuel poverty for their customers. Ebico was founded in 1998, and have been active under various forms since. They are currently properly referred to as ‘Ebico Living’.
A Guide To Ebico
Ebico Living was a not for profit energy supplier of both Electricity and Gas. They use their status to attempt to solve the nationwide issue of fuel poverty.
They offer plans specifically tailored to help vulnerable customers with their energy. They serve more than 60,000 customers with these plans.
Ebico has a Trustpilot rating of 3.5 out of 5. This is based on more than 2,000 reviews.
Ebrico energy prices and tariffs
Ebico Living has a few tariffs that are available for customers to choose between. They offer both a variable and a fixed rate tariff. A variable-rate tariff can change, depending on market forces. This means that your bills might go up. It also means they could go down. A fixed-rate tariff might be in theory more expensive but will not change.
Switching to Ebico Living is easy with British Business Energy. We take care of the switch for you so that you can focus on running your business. Let us find you the best deal available for your business.
Ebico Living offer support for a range of meters. These include pre-payment meters and credit meters.
As Ebico Living is a social enterprise, it is not a for-profit company. However, Ebico’s energy is a supplier through Octopus Energy, which are a profit-making business.
Ebico can be written to at: 2nd Floor, The Zinc Building, Broadshires Way, Carterton, Oxon OX18 1AD.
You can email Ebico at: [email protected] This is their recommended method of contact.
You can call Ebico at: 0300 004 0308.
When you switch with British Business Energy, you don’t need to contact the supplier yourself. We take care of that for you, so that you can focus on running your business.
Ebico Living does not have a specifically green tariff. This is because all of their tariffs are backed by 100% renewable energy.
Cancelling your account with Ebico Energy requires you to get in touch with them. You need to supply a final meter reading so that they can produce a bill for you.
There are no specific fees for leaving a contract early or closing your account with Ebico Energy.
Some regions of the UK pay different prices for their energy usage. This is because different parts of the UK produce different amounts of energy. Areas that produce more energy tend to get lower bills. Areas that produce less energy tend to get higher bills.
Different energy suppliers charge different amounts to their customers. They all have to abide by the energy price cap, however. This limits the amount that suppliers can charge their customers. Most suppliers charge around the maximum that the price cap allows. However, in 2021, the price cap was raised. This means that most suppliers have raised their prices by a corresponding amount. Ebico Energy, as a non-profit making organisation, has not raised its prices in the same way.