Octopus have some great tariffs including agile which works out sort cheap for of peak charging. Also the best service I have ever had.Posted on general charging forum a couple of days ago.. I might have put it in wrong place.
Just waiting to see who they appoint to take over my Tonik account and how much more expensive it will be
I am in a worse situation, I have been arguing with them for 18 months because they have my night and day tariffs the wrong way round. They can't figure out why I use more power at night than in the day even though I have 4kW of solar and two EV's that are charged over night.I'll have a look... but apparently you are meant to wait untill you are switched over to whoever they appoint and then once they have my credit from Tonik I can start process of moving to a cheaper tarrif with them or another supplier.. So weeks away I guess
"Meant to" : Yes ; "Obliged to" : not necessarily !I'll have a look... but apparently you are meant to wait until you are switched over to whoever they appoint and then once they have my credit from Tonik I can start process of moving to a cheaper tarrif with them or another supplier.. So weeks away I guess
Tonik were not fined, they had an invoice to pay and after repeated warnings refused to do so. They chose not to purchase sufficient ROCs in the market knowingly exposing themselves to the alternative. They also failed to make Feed-In-Tariff payments too. Ultimately customers of all other suppliers will pickup the tab for this.This was triggered because Tonik were not meeting their renewable targets and so were hit by a rather sizeable fine.
Anyone know which other suppliers are in default?
Source:Ofgem is consulting on issuing seven suppliers with final orders over £34 million in outstanding Renewable Obligation (RO) and feed-in tariff (FiT) levelisation fees.
The suppliers - Co-Operative Energy, Robin Hood Energy, Flow Energy, MA Energy, Nabuh Energy, Symbio Energy and Tonik Energy - missed the 31 August and 1 September RO deadlines, with Ofgem stating they also haven’t provided “adequate assurances” they will make the payments by the late payment deadline of 31 October."