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Robin Hood Energy

Robin Hood Energy

Robin Hood Energy 2020 customer rating

Robin Hood Energy scored five stars out of five in the latest survey of UK energy customers. The survey, run annually by Uswitch via YouGov, included more than 17,000 respondents and is the largest survey on customer satisfaction of energy suppliers.

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About Robin Hood Energy

Robin Hood Energy is a small gas and electricity supplier offering both residential and business energy to customers in Britain.

The Nottingham-based supplier joined the quickly expanding list of UK small energy providers in 2015.

Indicative of its name, the supplier is a not-for-profit organisation launched by Nottingham City Council, and its aim is, simply, to provide more affordable energy to the people.

The supplier is the first of its kind — a local-authority-owned energy company — since the energy market was nationalised more than 65 years ago, and Robin Hood Energy hopes to tackle fuel poverty by offering an affordable alternative to the big six.

The supplier also works to help other communities and councils mirror their business model to establish their own local energy suppliers.

Despite being focussed in the Nottingham area, anyone in England, Scotland or Wales can switch to Robin Hood Energy.

Learn more about Robin Hood Energy in our Meet the Small Suppliers interview.

Robin Hood price rises

In February 2019, Robin Hood Energy announced it would be increasing the price of its standard variable tariff in April 2019, after Ofgem announced an increase to the energy price cap.

In October 2018, the supplier announced a price rise of 14.8% for customers on its Evergreen tariff, to come into effect in November 2018.

In March 2017, Robin Hood Energy announced it would be raising prices by 17% on average for standard variable rate customers on a dual fuel tariff.

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