Want to make a complaint?

We’re sorry to hear we’ve not got things quite right. Our Customer Service team are trained
to offer you support whenever you need it so you can raise a complaint in the following

● Fill in our online form below
● Send us an email to
● Give us a call on 0330 102 7517
● Write to us at Boost Power, 1 Rivergate, Temple Quay, Bristol, BS1 6ED
● Drop in to see us at the above address.

Our Process

We aim to resolve your complaint as soon as you contact us, but where it hasn’t been
possible to resolve your complaint straight away, we follow our complaints process below.


  1. You get in touch and tell us why you aren’t happy
  2. Our customer service team will do everything they can to resolve your complaint
  3. If the problem can’t be resolved, your case will be passed to our Escalated Complaints Team
  4. One of our experienced complaints team will be in touch within 5 working days.
  5. Some things might take a little longer than 5 days, but don’t worry we will keep you up to date.
  6. If at any point you are unhappy with how your complaint has been handled, we can offer you an internal review.
  7. It’s easy to get free, independent and impartial advice from Citizens Advice, their details can be found below.
  8. As part of resolving your complaint, we will provide you with an explanation of what went wrong, fix the problem and apologise. If appropriate, we may also offer compensation.
  9. If your complaint isn’t resolved within 8 weeks or we have provided you with our final position (deadlock letter), then you have the option to refer your complaint to the Energy Ombudsman
  10. The Energy Ombudsman will undertake an independent investigation on your behalf.


You can download a copy of this page by clicking here, or give us a call on 0330 102 7517 if you need a copy in large print, braille or audio.

Citizen Advice

You can contact Citizens Advice at any point and it's easy to get free, independent and
impartial advice as an energy customer. They can help with a number of different things,
from advice on your bills, what help is available if you are struggling to pay your bills or if you
want advice on raising a complaint. To know your rights (English or Welsh), you can visit Citizens Advice or give them a call on 0808 223 1133.

The Energy Ombudsman

The Energy Ombudsman provides a free, independent service for dispute resolution for
customers. Any decision made by the Ombudsman is binding on our company, so if you
agree with what they have decided, we will implement it. If you would like further information
you can visit their website here.

Contacting the Ombudsman

Phone: 0330 440 1624
Post: Ombudsman Services: Energy PO Box 966, Warrington, WA4 9DF

Past Reports


2018 Q3 Complaints Report
2018 Annual Complaints Report


2019 Annual Complaints Report 

Our complaints procedure is governed by The Gas and Electricity (Consumer
Complaints Handling Standards) Regulations 2008. A copy of these Regulations can be found here.

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