Norweb Energi Reviews
Description:recently been acquired by TXU Europe - parent company of electricity and gas business Eastern Energy.
Newest Review: ... in the cost per unit used ,both for the day and night rate.Also the standing charge per day would be considerably less than what we were paying,making an overall saving of about 15-20% in all. I decided to settle with them then and signed on the proverbial dotted line.I sat back to await my first bill from them,wondering just how much we could reduce our monthly direct-debit by,as they said ... more
Customer Norweb Energi Reviews (4)
by sandra - written on 29/07/07
I was about to sign up to norweb only to find that it is part of TXU and powergen and yet had been quoted figures under those of each company by each other. be warned when planning to sign with any company that you could actually be signing with someone you are already with, and if you are unhappy with them you are not likely to be happy with them under another name.
by - written on 04/10/01, updated on 22/05/05 (Very useful, 1347 readings)
Following deregulation of this,that and the other,we are supposed to have so much choice when it comes to picking the right utility company to use.At times this can be bewildering when companies assail you by post,phone and even e-mail! After being bombarded by phone-calls from all the electricity suppliers under the sun (or so it seemed),eventually I succumbed to one silky voiced damsel and agreed to speak to a representative from Norweb, whom she assured me would be able ,at a stroke ,to cut our energy bill by an astounding amount! On the duly appointed day,at the prescribed hour,he turned up. I am fairly sceptical of all offers - if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/00, updated on 31/10/00 (Very useful, 177 readings)
How many times will I have to phone Norweb energi to get a meter fitted? To date it has taken five phone calls, two missed appointments and one failed appointment. All I want is to change meter to a card meter as we have built up a large bill, largely to keeping rooms at oven temperature to keep newborn baby toasted. We have learnt our lesson but still need to pay off bill and keep gas on. It has taken three attempts to get then to acknowledge the meter being changed. I have phoned then each time I have received a bill asking for payment, as I have ignored recent communications, and each time I telephone they have no record of previous conversations, yet they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/00, updated on 07/08/00 (Useful, 141 readings)
I have always had my electric from Norweb, in fact when British Gas tried to get me to defect, they didn't believe I paid so little. Truth is I defected from British Gas as they charged way too much, so now I get both gas and electric from Norweb energi. I was quite happy about this, especially as my electric direct debit was halved earlier this year as I don't use a lot of electric, but they then decided to put UP my gas by £15 a month, I was not happy. I decided to try British Gas again, but they said they couldn't offer it much cheaper (I thought they could have at least tried to get my custom!) So now I am trying to use less ... Read the complete review