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E.ON UK Business Energy Supplier

Learn more about E.ON and see if they could save your business money on your gas and electricity bills

Established in 1990, E.ON was previously government-owned and called Powergen. In a bid to reduce waste and excessive waste, it then changed ownership and name to become E.ON in 2002.

E.ON is a German company that touches base in 30 countries and has over 500,000 customers, so it doesn’t seem surprising that it’s one of the ‘Big Six’ UK energy providers.

As a UK leading business electricity and business gas company that supplies millions of businesses (and homes), they are now the second-largest electricity generator in the UK, with ownership of the largest distribution network and wind farms, power stations and biomass nationwide.

Scroll down the page to learn more about E.ON, or fill in the form above if you would like to see how E.ON compare to the other leading business gas and business electricity suppliers within the UK…

Why choose E.ON as your business energy supplier?


E.ON is dedicated to focusing efforts on renewable energy production. As of 2018, the company now owns 30% of the London Array wind farm in the Thames Estuary, with 20 wind farms on and offshore.

They provide financial support for products and have launched a tariff aimed at owners of electric and hybrid vehicles with solar panels and home batteries on offer.

E.ON has a large focus on educating customers on how to understand their business energy bills. They are dedicated to helping customers reduce carbon emissions and improve energy efficiency in their homes and have a range of home energy services on offer. So, they offer single-sheet billing with easily understandable tariffs to make this happen.

E.ON tariffs

Prepayment – You use your key or card that can be topped up at any service station, post office or shop with Payzone or PayPoint signage, but can be a more expensive option. Pay-as-you-go tariffs include EnergyPlan with Smart Pay as You Go and EnergyPlan with Prepayment.

Fixed – You’ll be protected from any surges in any prices. The price you pay is set so you won’t be affected by any changes in wholesale fluctuations. These tariffs do come with exit fees and if you change to a standard tariff after the fixed ends, it can end up costlier. Fixed tariffs include Smart Saver v5, Energy Fixed 1 Year v24, Energy Fixed Year 2 v13 and E.ON Amazon Prime Saver v2.

Capped – There’s a limit on how much energy you can use, so if prices increase, the unit amount will not go above whatever you set. If prices decrease, you will benefit. This is only available to dual-fuel customers but guarantees the price will never be higher than what you were quoted so sign up.

Feed-in – If you’re keen to commit to sustainability, this tariff enables customers who have domestic solar panels or wind turbines to earn money by exporting any excess energy to the National Grid.

E.ON also offers two flex contracts to enable you to take advantage of changes in the wholesale energy market by giving you the autonomy to choose when you purchase your energy.

Flex Plus contracts – This allows you to split your electricity consumption forecast into baseload and residual, giving you complete control over your flex contract. This means you can buy and sell as much or as little of the energy that you procure whenever you like.

Flex Baseload contracts – This also enables you to benefit from changes in the market and again splits your energy consumption forecast into baseload and residual volume. This ensures the only aspect you have to worry about is getting the best price for your baseload by buying and selling on a live wholesale energy market.

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Switch to E.ON today

You needn’t worry about changing your business energy supplier, the switch is easy. We will compare E.ON against other energy providers’ prices across the market, to find the deal that’s right for you.

Even better, when your contract is due for renewal, we’ll get in touch to discuss a new deal to avoid you being stuck on costly tariffs.

Just simply give us a call or fill in our quote form and we’ll see how they compare, to help you save time and money.

If you’d like to learn more about the other suppliers we compare, you can find them here on our business energy supplier information page.

How do I Switch my business’s Energy Supplier?

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To change your supplier and reduce your overheads, take advantage of our FREE service and speak to one of our experts today. With our hassle-free, effortless approach, we’ll get you switched in no time, so you can sit back, relax and be confident that you’ve got the very best package.

Make sure you have the following to hand:

Latest energy bills
Contract end date
Yearly consumption

Get in touch with us today using one of the following options:

Call  0800 464 0897 for free to speak to an energy expert
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Worth Remembering…

Keep a lookout for when your fixed rate ends to avoid ending up on an expensive standard tariff
Switching is easy – and you’ll stay switched on throughout the whole process
If you make the wrong choice, don’t worry, there’s a 14-day cooling-off period to make any changes

It’s quick, it’s easy and you’ll have peace of mind knowing you’re on the best available tariff that suits you and your business. What are you waiting for?

Not sure if E.ON is the right business gas or business electricity supplier for your business?

Get in touch with our knowledgeable business energy team who will then be able to guide you through the available options for your business.

Alternatively, to learn more about each of the current business energy suppliers we can compare for your business, click on the links below:

British Gas Business
Corona Energy
EDF Energy
Opus Energy
Regent Gas
Scottish Power
Shell Energy (previously Hudson Energy)
SSE (Scottish and Southern Energy)
Total Energies Gas & Power
Valda Energy