Part of EPG Energy Ltd, EnDCo connect businesses to the wholesale energy market, manage their portfolios, and apparently reduce energy costs by at least 10%.
Are they right for your business?
Find out more about EnDCo below.
- Trustpilot: No reviews available.
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- Google: No reviews available.
- Citizens Advice: Doesn’t rank in the Citizens Advice list of 15 business energy companies and how well they deal with complaints.
EnDCo Power Compare Score: No average available.
EnDCo Electricity, Gas and Dual Fuel Products
- Suited to businesses that generate their own power.
- Can offset what they produce against what they consume.
Power Purchase Agreements (PPA)
- Buy and sell energy at wholesale market prices.
- Customers can make all their trading decisions, be advised by EnDCo, or leave them to manage their account entirely.
- Can manage risk depending on preferences.
- Manage your business’ imbalance position.
- Intra-day, day and week ahead of real time.
- Can trade with Renewable Obligation, Levy Exemption, and Renewable Guarantee of Origin certificates.
New Connection Supply Service
- Connect half hourly metered supplies.
- Transparent, up-front costs.
- No fixed duration contract.
Triad Warning Service
- Advice on managing and reducing Transmission Network Use of System Charges (TNUoS).
To find out specific pricing information, contact EnDCo directly.
Note the tariff information listed above was correct at the time of writing (23 February 2018), although as noted, prices will vary by post code and subject to change at any time.
EnDCo is the brand name of EPG Energy, a corporate energy business. They offer renewable energy, power purchase agreements, green energy certification, and imbalance management. They don’t exclusively work with large businesses, but advise their portfolios work better with businesses using at least 0.5 MW in energy.
EnDCo ‘unbundle’ all their separate charges so customers know what they’re paying, and can apparently save around 10% on their usual bill. This saving could be greater for customers that have their own way of generating power.
Some of their customers include local councils and industrial businesses.
EnDCo Smart Meter
Smart meters are not available to EnDCo customers, as they’re likely to consume more energy than a smart meter can measure. Smart meters are only suitable for domestic and small business customers.
Your meter will be read remotely by EnDCo and the half hourly data recorded.
Bills will be charged monthly. As well as paying for your energy, EnDCo’s fee will be “fixed, volumetric or mixed depending on the size of your portfolio and your usage profile”. As wholesale prices go up or down, your usage bills will change accordingly.
There’s no app available, but customers can log into the Energy Data Service to view their account, trading and portfolio information.
Switching To EnDCo
Customers are free to switch, but they might have to pay a fee if they break the terms of their contract. There’s more information about this in the EnDCo FAQs.
When switching, you usually need to provide:
- How much you’re spending on energy right now (either annually or monthly, but ideally both).
- When your current contract date ends and if there are any exit fees.
- What your consumption rates are.
- Your up-to-date meter readings.
Moving Locations With EnDCo
If you’re moving to a new premises, it’s wise to give EnDCo as much notice as possible. They don’t include any more information on their website.
EnDCo Fuel Mix
No fuel mix disclosed.
Coal – 8.5% UK average
Natural gas – 44.1%
Nuclear – 21.0%
Renewable – 24.2%
Other – 2.2%
EnDCo In the News
No recent press.
No public reviews available, and there’s no complaints procedure on the EnDCo website.
Contact Phone Numbers & Email
Phone: 01245 254 910
Email: [email protected]
EnDCo Energy Address
EPG Energy Limited, Hurst House, 131-133 New London Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 0QT.
With the offer of wholesale price monitoring, EnDCo could be an affordable options for large corporations, particularly those that generate their own power. For large corporations, managing energy consumption can be costly and time-consuming, so EnDCo should in theory make that much easier. Their fees are more transparent than other wholesale businesses, which could make up for the fact there are no public reviews.
- Can choose to manage trading as much or as little as you like.
- Prices vary depending on wholesale market.
- Don’t have to be a huge corporate business to work with them.
- No public reviews.
- Switching could be difficult depending on your contract.
- Businesses with their own source of power generation will save more.