Posts Tagged ‘energy supplier objections’

Brexit and Your Energy Bills

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

It is fair to say that following the EU referendum just about everything has been in turmoil, and energy prices, which are so often volatile, have not escaped this uncertainty.

In fact following the country’s decision to Brexit our energy prices are nearing a nine-month high as various doom-laden scenarios are mooted. The fact that there was a uneasiness about future supply long before we Brexited has only added to the woe and to an increase in prices.

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Avoiding objections when switching energy supplies

Monday, March 2nd, 2015

The procedure when you change supplier for your electricity or gas, is that the new supplier will send a “transfer request” to the old supplier a short while before the date when the supply is to move across.

The old supplier should then just release the supply. Occasionally, however, they block the transfer, using a procedure that is called an Objection. No reason is given, and the new supplier is just told that they cannot take over the supply.

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Dealing with energy supplier objections

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

One of the main reasons why businesses struggle to switch their energy business or have failed to in the past is due to the objections raised by their incumbent supplier that prevents the switch from going ahead. Sometimes these objections lead to the switch not occurring as to do so becomes “more trouble than it is worth”.

Even though the raising of such objections can be seen as a purposeful obstruction by the incumbent it primarily comes down to three reasons – there is an amount outstanding on your account that needs to be paid before the switch can happen, you have failed to give the correct termination for your contract, or your new supplier has applied for the transfer on the wrong date.

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