Robin Hood Energy Pricing Statement
Price Change: Robin Hood Energy Pricing Statement
Robin Hood Energy is today announcing that its Evergreen credit tariff will be increasing on the 22nd April 2017. These changes are a direct result of the increase in wholesale energy costs which have risen significantly since 2016. Robin Hood Energy is a not for profit energy supplier who operate no bonus schemes and have no paid shareholders. The company has never previously raised its variable prices and this was to ensure that its customers were protected from price increases across the last two winters.
Our price increases are listed below:
- The average Robin Hood Energy Evergreen Tariff is increasing by 17% for dual fuel credit customers.
Robin Hood Energy is committed to supporting its customers throughout these changes and we will be contacting every customer affected to minimise the financial impact it has on them. We will be offering customers information about the cheapest tariffs available to them alongside any support they may need to switch.
Robin Hood Energy CEO Gail Scholes has expressed her commitment to supporting those affected:
“Robin Hood Energy’s mandate to support those in fuel poverty is still the driving force behind our company. We have made sure that our price increases are the minimum required to compensate for the increase in wholesale energy purchase costs. These price changes ensure that the company does not run at a loss but can still keep offering competitively priced energy to our customers who are at the heart of everything we do.”
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