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Southend Energy Review: Tariffs, Login & Contact


Southend Energy has closed down!. It’s customers have been transferred to British Gas. Southend Energy was supplied by Robin Hood Energy under a ‘while-label’ agreement. In September 2020, Robin Hood sold its customer base (including Southend Energy customers) to British Gas.

Southend Energy: Key Information

Southend's incumbent suppliers are EDF Energy for electricity and British Gas for gas.

Southend Energy is an energy partnership that was originally made between Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and Ovo Energy in May 2017, but has since changed to Robin Hood Energy.

Offers through this supplier are exclusive to Southend residents and have been negotiated to give those benefiting the best possible deal.

Electricity Tariffs

Southend Energy offers flexibility in their multiple different tariffs - with the capability to mix and match energy tariffs with gas ones. Southend’s main Electricity tariffs include fixed, variable and economy 7 tariffs.

It is also worth noting that they offer a 100% renewable energy tariff, which would give you a completely carbon neutral supply, all of which from renewable generation methods.

These tariffs are no longer offered For up-to-date pricing information, please contact the new supplier.

Feed-in tariffs

The Feed-in Tariff scheme was a now defunct environmental government programme which promoted the use of small-scale renewable and low-carbon electricity generation technologies. The Feed-in Tariff scheme offered by Southend Energy was actually managed by their partner - Robin Hood Energy.

If you installed electricity-generating technology from a renewable or low-carbon source – solar panels or a wind turbine for example – the FITs scheme allowed you to claim money back on your supply.

Eligibility for this scheme came down to demand, and at this time there are no more feed-in tariffs available. Check with the new provider for more information on the Smart Export Guarantee which is the scheme that replaced the FIT scheme.

These tariffs are no longer offered For up-to-date pricing information, please contact the new supplier.

Gas

Southend Energy offered a wide array of Gas options for their customers, with the possibility of opting for a different Gas tariff to Electricity tariff. Take a look at the full list of Gas rates below:

These tariffs are no longer offered For up-to-date pricing information, please contact the new supplier.

My Southend: Southend Energy Login

Southend Energy’s Login page is no longer working. For more information please contact the new suppliers British Gas & EDF directly or visits Selectra’s guide to British Gas and guide to EDF Energy.

We’re all busy these days and sometimes accessing bills online can be a huge time saver. Thankfully, Southend Energy customers can quickly and easily pay bills via their online account.

If you want to access your online account you will need to register on the Southend Energy website. It’s a simple 2-minute process in which you’ll need to set a username and password.

If you’re an existing Ovo Energy customer who signed up before the 18th of February 2020 please note that you can still log into your Southend account powered by Ovo on the Southend website.

Login Assistance

To log in to your account you’re going to need your username or email address, and your password. If you forget your username or password, don’t fret - just click on the forgot your username or password links on the login portal and follow the instructions.

Paperless BillingIf you want to see your bills coming in each month, you’re not alone. Regular structured bills can be a great way to keep track of your home utility expenses. Southend Energy offers paperless billing - helping you contribute to a greener future for our planet.

Southend Energy Contact number

Looking to get in touch with Southend Energy? It is best to contact the new providers directly. The new suppliers are EDF Energy for electricity and British Gas for gas. For information on how to contact these suppliers you can visit Selectra’s guide to British Gas and guide to EDF Energy.

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