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Engie reviews, prices and tariffs

French company Engie is a global player when it comes to energy, employing 17,000 people in the UK and 160,000 globally. Previously, “GDF Suez”, they became Engie in 2015 with a focus on three key activities; production & supply of energy, services and regeneration.

Interestingly the company can trace its origins back to 1858 when they traded as the Universal Suez Canal Company, constructing the Suez Canal. In 2005, it floated on the stock market before its merger in 2009 made it the world's largest independent generator of power.

In January 2020, it was reported that Engie was making a strategic exit from the domestic UK energy market with Octopus energy to acquire 70,000 households from the deal. The company wants to focus its efforts on working with businesses and local authorities.

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Understanding your
Engie bill

Your online or paper bill from Engie will tell you:

  • The billing period (typically monthly)
  • What you owe and when it needs to be paid
  • Your estimated energy usage over the billing period
  • A detailed breakdown of your usage
  • A breakdown of how the price has been calculated for transparency
  • Your current account balance
  • The amount you’re in credit (CR) or debit (DR)
Engie Bill

How to switch to Engie

Love Energy Savings can handle a switch to Engie for you. We’ll get everything sorted for you by liaising with your current provider and the Green Star Energy team.

Enter your details here to generate a quote for your business and then simply decide if it’s the right supplier for you.

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Energy saving FAQs

  • List of business energy suppliers

    At Love Energy Savings, we work with the following energy suppliers:

    • Avanti Gas
    • British Gas
    • CNG
    • Crown Gas & Power
    • Dual Energy
    • EDF
    • EON
    • Gazprom Energy
    • Npower
    • Octopus Energy
    • Opus
    • Scottish Power
    • Total Gas & Power
    • Utilita
  • Who is the cheapest energy provider for businesses?

    The cheapest energy provider for businesses will depend on a number of factors, such as:

    • Your location
    • The size of your premises
    • Your current supplier
    • Current spend on business energy
    • Current consumption of kWh units and current standing charges
    • Meter type (standard, economy 7, maximum demand or half hourly)

    The easiest way to find the cheapest energy provider is to compare energy prices.

  • Who is the best energy supplier?

    Choosing the best energy supplier for your business is very important. You want to know that the provider you choose will value you as a customer, that you’ll receive excellent customer service and that the company acts with total transparency.

    Which? consumer magazine published a survey that compared key suppliers on a number of factors including:

    • Bill accuracy
    • Customer service (phone)
    • Customer service (online)
    • Complaints handling
    • Helping you understand and reduce energy use
    • Value for money

    Take a look at the ‘Best and worst energy companies for 2019’ survey for more information.

  • What do I have to do to switch my business energy supplier?

    Switching your business energy has never been easier. Once you’ve found a supplier and quote which suits your business’ needs simply hit ‘Buy Now’ or wait for one of our agents to contact you. Once you’re happy to proceed, we’ll handle the entire switch for you. We’ll need a few additional bits of information along the way, but this will all be explained in your welcome pack

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