E.ON offer one, two or three year fixed price plans for electricity and gas and as an Independent Footwear Retailers Association member you’ll get up to £35 cashback per meter when you switch to us.
Let us know when your contract ends
If you’ve got a contract for electricity and gas with another supplier you can let us know when your contract ends and we’ll be in touch when your contract is up for renewal, visit eonenergy.com/partner-contract and enter your details.
Or get in touch today
Why not get in touch with us for a quote or to find out more? Call 0330 400 1158 (we’re available Monday to Thursday 8.45am to 4.45pm and Friday 8.45am to 4.15pm) and let us know you’re an Independent Footwear Retailers Association member or email us at email@example.com.
At E.ON, we want to give you the most competitive energy quote we can. That’s why we’ll beat any initial renewal quote you have and if we can’t, we’ll give you £100.
You just need to be on a tariff or energy contract with another energy supplier‡, and be in your renewal window. Find out more at eonenergy.com/pricepromise
Fixed really does mean fixed*
Our current fixed price plans for 1, 2 or 3 years help you control your business energy costs and with us, fixed really does mean fixed. We won’t change prices for our small business customers† part way through a plan, even if our costs increase – so there won’t be any surprises.
Contact our Partnership support team on: 0330 400 1158
Mention that you are an IFRA member to discover more benefits from E.ON’s partnership with IFRA.
Terms and conditions apply, see below:
Terms and conditions ‡ We’ll beat your renewal offer or we’ll give you £100 We’ll aim to beat the forecast annual cost of any 1, 2 or 3 year fixed electricity or gas initial renewal offer, based on your annual consumption which you provide to us. Where we decide not to offer a lower priced plan, we’ll pay £100 per fuel, per site. The promotion is open to new and existing customers who are small or medium enterprises and excludes any other promotion offered by a competing supplier, e.g. cashback. Your energy tariff or fixed price contract must be in the renewal window. If we can’t beat the price you tell us and you would like to claim the £100 promotion we’ll need to see the competing initial renewal offer either in writing or by email issued by your existing supplier. The contract start date must be within 120 days of the date on the renewal letter or email. We’ll review our offer and the competing offer from your existing supplier using information you provide to us such as your annual consumption as well as any additional costs or charges you will pay in the competing offer over the contract period, e.g. distribution/transportation, VAT, Climate Change Levy (CCL) or CCL equivalent charge and government environmental charges or costs. If the competing offer is for a two or three year term, we’ll use the same annual consumption for each year. We’ll keep the promotion open until 2 December 2014, however, we may withdraw this promotion at any time before this date due to unforeseen circumstances eg if more customers take up this offer than we expect. The promotion is available to small and medium enterprises (E.ON Energy Solutions Ltd.) with less than 20 non-half hourly electricity or non-daily metered gas sites who use less than 1,000,000kWh of electricity or 1,500,000kWh of gas per year. The promotion does not apply to existing customers of, or quotes obtained through our Corporates business (E.ON UK PLC). Alternative offers through third party intermediaries are not eligible for this promotion. Any offer of a contract is subject to a credit check. If we can’t beat the renewal offer then we will send a £100 cheque made out to the business name within 28 days, following receipt of the written/email offer and of our declining to beat the offer from your existing supplier. * Excluding changes to VAT, Green Deal, CCL or CCL Equivalent Charge which will be applied at the applicable rate. † Available to microbusiness customers with less than 49 sites and with non-half hourly electricity metering. Microbusinesses are defined as business customers who: • consume less than 100,000kWh of electricity a year, or • use less than 293,000kWh of gas each year, or • have fewer than ten employees (or their full-time equivalent) and an annual turnover of less than €2m.