August 27, 2005
EBICO, the not for profit supplier founded in 1998 has finally succumbed to market pressure and increased the price of its gas and electricity tariffs.
After 22 months since their last increase EBICo has followed the rest of the market and announced a price increase which takes effect for existing customers from the 1st September 2005.
EBICo launched its first product in 1999. EQUIGAS was an innovative domestic gas tariff that delivered lower prices to pre-payment meter (ppm) customers (predominantly low income households) by enabling customers who paid by Direct Debit to share the savings inherent in their preferred payment method with ppm customers.
Based on the success of this product, EBICo launched EQUIPOWER in 2002.
EQUICLIMATE was launched in 2005. This innovative service enables individuals, households and organisations to use the Europe-wide market in Carbon Dioxide to offset the CO2 footprint they produce.
EBICo has a number of other social justice products in development. If you would like to be kept in touch with progress, please call or email us.
EBICo use Scottish and Southern Energy to carry out all their contract administration so anyone transferring to either EBICOs Equigas or Equipower will see their bills delivered by Scottish and Southern Energy with the tariff priced and marked accordingly.
Whilst EBICo still offers an extremely competitive alternative to the mainstream suppliers, Energylinx would still recommend that anyone considering a change of supplier or wishing to see the impact of these latest price increases carries out a free search on any the calculators below:
These Energylinx calculators are unique in that they allow you to compare the prices of all energy suppliers.
Energylinx will arrange the whole transfer process for you, including notifying your existing supplier of any planned change and tracking the transfer to ensure that it occurs on time and accurately. Energylinx provides its services completely free of charge to the domestic consumer.
Posted on August 27, 2005 at 12:27 PM