Booking an appointment
If you contact us to book an appointment, we will try our best to accommodate:
The closest possible date for the appointment (You’ll have a 4-hour time slot) - if it cannot be straight away, we will advise you within 5 working days to offer you an alternative appointment date.
Should you request (during working hours) a specified period of time that is less than 2 hours long, we will try our best to arrange this for you.
Should we not do any of the above, we will pay you £30.
What happens if we need to rearrange the appointment?
If we need to rearrange our appointment, we must give you at least 1 working days’ notice. Unless, we have your written consent that we can rearrange it with less than 1 working days’ notice.
If we neglect to provide at least 1 days’ notice (without your written consent) we will pay you £30.
Your appointment date
On the day of your appointment, we will ensure that our engineer sent will possess the necessary skills, experience and resources to complete the appointment.
If they do not have the skill, experience or have missing resource, we will pay you £30.
If we have disconnected the supply to your property due to unpaid charges and you have now paid off those charges (as well as any fees to re-connect the supply) and we agree to reconnect the supply to your property, we must do so within 24 hours.
If we fail to reconnect the supply within 24 hours, we will pay you £30.
Please note, if the request has been made outside of working hours, we will look to reconnect the supply the next working day.
If you contact us about a meter which you believe is not recording your consumption correctly (or if we ourselves have evidence to suspect that it is), we will do the following:
Complete an initial assessment to determine if your meter is faulty within 5 working days of your contact,
Take appropriate action if we believe that the meter is faulty, within 5 working days of you contacting us. This action may consist of us replacing the meter, or remotely fixing it.
Offer to confirm in writing, the result of our initial assessment within 5 working days of you contacting us. This offer will be within the meter appointment booking confirmation.
If we neglect to do any of the above, we will pay you £30 for each failure.
If you contact us about a faulty prepayment meter (or suspect that it is) and have lost supply, we will do the following:
Arrive to your property, or fix the issue remotely within 3 hours if we have been contacted on a working day, or
Arrive to your property within 4 hours from when we have been contacted on the weekend or bank holiday.
If we are unsuccessful in any of the above, we will pay you £30.
If you contact us about a faulty prepayment meter, and you are still on supply, within 3 hours on a working day, 4 hours on weekends or bank holidays, or look to confirm the following day if contacted outside our hours, we will take action that will assist us to:
Confirm if the meter is faulty, or
Restore the meter to be a working meter, or
Replace the meter.
If we fail to do this, we will pay you £30.
(Working day - Monday to Friday 8:00am-8:00pm. Weekends (and bank holidays)- 09:00am-5:00pm)
Both the Electricity Distributors and Gas Transporters may be required to pay you compensation due to faults or issues that you have experienced that they are responsible for (to find out more information of yours, or to find who yours is, please see here). We may be asked to make these payments on their behalf.
If we do not pay you the specific amount (they will advise us how much you are due) within 10 working days, we will pay you an additional £30.
If we are required to make a payment for failure of performance, we will make sure this is paid within 10 working days. Should we not pay you within 10 working days, we will pay you an additional £30.
This payment can be added to your account, sent via cheque or added onto your prepayment meter.
There are some circumstances in which we will not pay the £30 compensation
Where we are in a genuine dispute with the customer as to whether we are obligated to make a payment to them
If something occurs that is outside of our control which has meant we have been unable to attend your property e.g severe weather conditions, an act from a person that is not a representative of our company
If the customer inform us that they no longer wish to taken action, or further action over the issue
The meter has been tampered with e.g stealing energy
If we cannot gain access to the meter or property
If we have failed to attend the property to fix a faulty prepayment meter despite the customer declining the offer to fix the meter
All of the above standards are subject to change from Ofgem, and if we are required to pay in relation to this change, this will not stop us from dealing with that standard in a way that will resolve any related issues.