Why you'll want to switch to us:
Make a change for the future with exclusive savings for E.ON Next customers.
Whilst we all try to do the little things to make our homes more sustainable and to get those energy bills down, there are changes that can make a big impact. From changing your boiler, to switching to an electric vehicle, being sustainable can feel good.
We've a wide range of energy solutions for your home. Plus, if you're an E.ON Next customer, you can enjoy exclusive discounts. T&Cs apply.
We’re looking out for you.
We know that times are very difficult at the moment and we're doing whatever we can to help you get through it. We're listening and are here to help you find the support you need.
Online account management, when you need it.
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.
*Based on fuel mix statements as of 31 March 2022 and customer numbers as of 30 April 2023. 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.
**Lower priced electricity 9.5p/kWh when you charge between 12am and 7am.
^An average household could save up to £540 on their annual gas bill. Savings information for boilers in the UK provided by the Energy Saving Trust, based on a detached house with a boiler rating of G.
^^ These are example figures only, based on standardised MCS calculations. Savings are based on property fitted with a south-facing solar array in central England on a roof with a 35-degree tilt and no shading, with electricity consumption of 4,800 kWh per year (with the customer at home all day), at a tariff rate of 30.0p/kWh. The solar array contains 12 x 405W panels (4.86 kWp) generating 4,544 kWh/year, fitted with a 5.2 kWh (4.2 kWh usable) battery.
^^^Savings information for heat pumps provided by the Energy Saving Trust based on a standard air source heat pump in an average sized, four-bedroom detached home, with radiator upgrades as required versus an old G-rated gas boiler.