RWE is a European energy trading house and features the largest energy trading floor in Europe. Customers can buy power, gas, coal, biomass, oil and more.
Find out more about RWE Supply & Trading below.
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RWE Supply & Trading Electricity, Gas and Dual Fuel Tariffs
There is no information about contracts available. RWE trade directly with the energy market for a variety of different energy and fuel types. Customers can buy:
- CO2 certificates
- Precious metals
To find out specific pricing information, contact RWE Supply & Trading directly for more information.
Note the tariff information listed above was correct at the time of writing (9 February 2018), although as noted, prices will vary by post code and subject to change at any time.
RWE Supply & Trading Background
RWE is “a centre of excellence in energy trading”, employing 1,300 people over 40 countries. Their headquarters are based in Essen, Germany, but they also have a presence in the UK, and 6 other cities.
Trading volumes in 2016:
- 1,972 terawatt hours of electricity.
- 361 billion cubic metres (bcm) of gas.
- 855 million metric tonnes coal.
- 1,508 million barrels of oil.
- 650 million CO2 certificates.
The majority of their business customers trade in steel and mining, pharmaceuticals, cement, transport, and other industrial sectors.
RWE Supply & Trading Smart Meter
Smart meters aren’t appropriate for RWE customers, as they’ll be purchasing a much higher quantity of energy. Smart meters are suited to measuring the usage of domestic and micro business customers.
Other RWE Supply & Trading Meters
Meters will depend on the fuel types being used. There is no specific information about meters on the website.
RWE Supply & Trading Bills
Payment should be discussed with your account manager and is likely to be quarterly or monthly.
RWE Supply & Trading App
There is no app for customers, but there is an online account on the website. Customers can see the latest energy market information, forecasts, and an analysis of market prices through their online portal.
Switching To RWE Supply & Trading
There is no specific switching information on the website, but usually you 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 RWE Supply & Trading
If you’re moving to a new premises, you will need to let RWE know in advance.
Different premises and conditions can mean different energy needs and costs. Always check for quotes if you’re planning to move, it could be cheaper than using your current supplier in a new location.
RWE Supply & Trading Fuel Mix
Fuel mix depends on supply source, no specific information provided.
Coal – 8.5% (UK average)
Natural gas – 44.1%
Nuclear – 21.0%
Renewable – 24.2%
Other – 2.2%
RWE Supply & Trading in the News
Why stock in energy giant RWE will shrug off Innogy’s woes
Handelsblatt Global, 22 Jan 2018
RWE hold a 77% stake in Innogy, whose operating profit forecast dropped by €100 million in January this year. RWE reportedly don’t have plans to sell their stake.
RWE Supply & Trading Complaints
No public reviews are available.
Contact Phone Numbers & Email
Phone: 020 7898 1930
Email: Contact form
RWE Supply & Trading Address
RWE Supply & Trading GmbH, 60 Threadneedle Street, London, EC2R 8HP.
RWE Supply & Trading Summary
For large organisations and corporate enterprises, buying energy directly from the market can be a more efficient and affordable option. RWE have a strong reputation in Europe, and a significant amount of experience in the energy market, so they’re a good prospect to consider for businesses who want to buy their energy in this way.
- Variety of energy sources available.
- Flexible and can adapt to changes in the energy market.
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- Need to enquire for the more practical information.