M&S Energy is supplied by SSE, offering energy options from the well-known clothing and food retailer
M&S Energy are also known as Marks and Spencer Energy
M&S Energy are not available to households in the Isle of Man, Channel Islands, Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Why we like M&S Energy
In August 2015, M&S Energy announced that they had gone green, supplying electricity from renewable sources at no extra charge to customers.
The M&S Energy electricity is 100% renewable, sourced from hydroelectricy stations located in Scotland.
M&S may be better known for clothing and food than energy, but after teaming up with SSE they entered the UK's gas and electricity market. They have opted to keep it simple for customers, offering just two energy plans.
M&S Energy had less than 150 responses in our independent YouGov survey, so we can't show a customer service rating. This is not necessarily an indication of poor performance.