Switch to 100% renewable electricity*.
Why choose E.ON Next as your supplier?
Our big thing is renewable electricity, and we really want you to come with us. Help us get more people on to 100% renewable electricity and see how we can reduce carbon emissions and all do our bit for the planet.
Get a quote for your electricity and gas and switch your energy supply over to us online today.
What our energy customers say about us.
We'll always go that extra mile for you, but don't take our word for it, check out what our customers have to say. Once you switch your electricity and gas to us, you'll never want to leave.
How to switch energy supplier.
It couldn’t be easier to switch your electricity and gas supply over to E.ON Next and start enjoying positive energy. We've got a great range of energy deals for you to choose from, perfect for getting those energy bills down.
You can see how much you're paying for energy with your current supplier on your latest energy bill as well as how much electricity and gas you're using. Use that info to get a more accurate quote.
How long does it take to switch supplier?
It takes few weeks for your electricity and/or gas supply to move over to your new supplier. You’ll also have a 14-day cooling-off period, in case you change your mind and want to stay with your current supplier.
Moving into a new home?
Whilst we can’t sort out your internet for you, let us help take the stress out of moving by setting up the electricity and gas with us at your new property.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number and move-in details.
If you're not already supplied by us at your current home, then get a quote online today.
* Electricity backed by 100% renewable sources, E.ON's renewable generation assets, agreements with UK generators and the purchase of renewable electricity certificates. The electricity supplied to your home or business comes from the National Grid and DNOs.
**We have worked this out by using Ofgem’s average yearly electricity consumption of a medium house (2900kWh) multiplied by the weighted average carbon intensity of the current BEIS published UK residual fuel mix, covering the period between April 2020 - March 2021, published in August 2021 (2900kWh x 0.392334kg CO2/kWh = 1138kg CO2). To calculate the carbon avoided, we then compare this to the 0kg CO2/kWh Carbon intensity for residential customers in E.ON Next who receive electricity backed by REGOs. (2900kWh x 0kgCO2/kWh = 0kg CO2).