Check who's taken over your energy supply
You might get a new energy supplier if your current supplier:
goes out of business
is bought by another energy company
- changes their name
You’ll still have gas and electricity if this happens.
You’ll normally be told when your account is being moved to a new supplier.
If your current supplier goes bust, you can usually find out who your new supplier is within a few days. They will also contact you to tell you they've taken over your energy supply. You can read our advice about what to do if your energy supplier goes bust.
If your supplier is being sold or changing their name, they’ll contact you to tell you:
the name of your new supplier
when your account will be moved to the new supplier
These are the suppliers that have been taken over since January 2019, and the month they announced the change.
|Old supplier||New supplier||Date|
|Daligas||Not announced yet||October 2021|
|Colorado Energy||Not announced yet||October 2021|
|Pure Planet||Not announced yet||October 2021|
|Igloo Energy||E.ON Next||September 2021|
|Symbio Energy||E.ON Next||September 2021|
|Enstroga||E.ON Next||September 2021|
|Green||Shell Energy||September 2021|
|Avro Energy||Octopus Energy||September 2021|
|People's Energy||British Gas||September 2021|
|Utility Point||EDF||September 2021|
|MoneyPlus Energy||British Gas||September 2021|
|PFP Energy||British Gas||September 2021|
|HUB Energy||E.ON Next||August 2021|
|Simplicity Energy||British Gas||February 2021|
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