Pop in a few details below to confirm your renewal.
You can renew your fixed terms contract by following the link from your email or letter and following the instructions. Once you click submit we will be sent your information and will update your contract. Alternatively, you can call or email.
In your email or letter that invites you to renew you will be given a date to renew by. Beyond this date you will be automatically rolled on to the Standard Variable Tariff. At this point you can still switch onto the Fixed contract but the interim period will be charged according to the rates on the Standard Variable tariff.
If you don’t renew then you will be automatically rolled on to the standard variable tariff. Whilst on this tariff you can change to another tariff or supplier without an exit fee.
If you want to switch away before the end of your contract, then you may be liable to pay an exit fee. Please consult your terms and conditions for this as this may vary depending on your tariff.
You direct debit will remain the same when you renew your contract so there is no need to set up this up again.
When we invite you to renew, we will always offer you our cheapest tariff. However, if you would like to check this you can see all of our available tariffs here (link to energy plans page and/or TIL tool).
Yes you can still renew your contract, even if you have a debt balance on your account.
You will receive an instant confirmation email once you submit your renewal. With a period of 72 hours you will then receive official confirmation of your new tariff and terms.
Your renewal will take effect immediately from the date of the confirmation email or letter.
If you already have a Solarplicity Smart Meter, then you will be able to renew onto the Smart Fixed 2 tariff, however you will not receive the Smart Bonus. If you have a Smart Meter from a different supplier, you will need to book for an engineer to install a Solarplicity Smart Meter once you have renewed in order to receive the Smart bonus.
Yes, you will have 14 days to change your mind. If you do, then please contact us by phone or email to advise us.