Zebra Power supplies energy on two simple tariffs, one fixed and one variable.
Below we look at the key things you need to know about them before making the switch.
Zebra Power Reviews
- Trustpilot – 7.4 out of 10 based on 1 reviews
- Which? – yet to review
- Review Centre – yet to review
- Citizens Advice – insufficient information to review
Zebra Power Power Compare Score: insufficient information to give a score
Zebra Power Electricity, Gas & Dual Fuel Tariffs
Zebra Power has two tariffs, one fixed and the other variable.
NOTE: energy unit rates vary by region; prices quoted are based on a central London address.
Zebra Fixed Rate
- 12-month contract on fixed rates
- Direct debit
- £30 per fuel exit fee
- Electricity unit rate 12.58 pence per kWh and standing charge 23.5 pence per day
- Gas unit rate 2.809 pence per kWh and standing charge 22.5 pence per day
Zebra Born Free Variable
- Variable rate with no contract
- Direct debit
- No exit fee
- Electricity unit rate 14.647 pence per kWh and standing charge 23.5 pence per day
- Gas unit rate 3.23 pence per kWh and standing charge 22.5 pence per day
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Zebra Power Business Energy
Zebra Power currently does not supply businesses.
Zebra Power Background Information
Zebra Power is a small, independent Manchester-based energy supplier who has only recently entered the energy supply market in early 2017.
The supplier was set up with the aim to make everything about energy clear in simple black and white with no grey areas. They also aim to offer competitive rates without sacrificing customer service standards.
Zebra Power Smart Meter
There is no information about whether Zebra Power is installing smart meters or when they plan to install them.
Other Zebra Power Meters
Zebra Power currently does not support Economy 7 and prepayment meters.
Zebra Power Bills
All of Zebra Power’s tariffs are direct debit payment only.
There is no other information about their bills.
Zebra Power App
Zebra Power currently does not have an app.
Switching To Zebra Power
If you want to switch to Zebra Power you can do this either over the phone or online. If you switch online you will need to complete a quote first and then select the tariff and sign up. They will then manage the switch which will take three to four weeks.
Moving Home With Zebra Power
If you move home with Zebra Power you can take your energy tariff with you. To inform them of your move you need to either call or email them with the details of your new home and final meter reading at your current property.
Zebra Power Fuel Mix
There is currently no information available about Zebra Power fuel mix.
Zebra Power In the News
There are no recent news stories about Zebra Power.
Zebra Power Complaints
There is no complaints data available for Zebra Power.
If you need to make a complaint to Zebra Power:
- Call – 0161 498 8100
- Email – [email protected]
- Write – The Complaints Resolution Team, Zebra Power Ltd, Suite 2E, Manchester International Office, Styal Road, Heald Green, Manchester, M22 5WB
They aim to find a resolution within five working days, but if it takes longer a Customer Relationship Manager will contact you. If you are not happy with how your complaint is being handled you can escalate it to the Operations Director. If the complaint isn’t satisfactorily resolved within eight weeks you can contact the Energy Ombudsman.
Zebra Power Contact Phone Numbers & Email
Customer Service – 0161 498 8100, lines are open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Email – [email protected]
Zebra Power Address
Customer Services Manager
Zebra Power Ltd
Manchester International Office Centre,
Zebra Power Summary
Zebra Power is a small independent energy supplier who has not been established very long so there is little information about them, no complaints data and only a few reviews.
They offer two simple tariffs, one fixed and one variable.
- Simple tariffs
- Offer a fixed and variable rate tariff
- Has a contact centre
- Very little information about their performance
- New to the energy market
- Does not support Economy 7 or prepayment meters