If you're trying to contact Co-op Energy, there are a few methods available to you. We've brought them all together so you can reach who you need.
Disclaimer: The information on this page was last updated on 21/12/2022, 09:12:42
Getting in touch with your energy provider can be tricky with so many forms of communication taking you to different departments. Here, we’ve found all the right phone numbers, email addresses, and links to get to the bottom of your problem. As always, we’ve got you covered!
Submitting meter readings is an important task. While it may seem annoying, submitting regular readings ensures you’re being billed accurately and aren’t paying any more or any less than you need to be.
Did you know that with a smart meter you may never have to submit a meter reading again! 100% accurate bills, all the time. Give us a call to find out more about automatic meter readings.
With Co-operative Energy, there are a number of ways to submit your readings:
If you’re prone to forgetting to give meter readings, there’s no need to worry; you’ll be sent monthly reminders to make sure they’re submitted regularly. Alternatively, you could request a smart meter which will send readings at designated intervals automatically so you don’t have to remember.
The one problem you don’t want to have if you’re on a prepayment meter is losing or damaging your top-up key/card and being unable to top up.
If you do run into this problem, it’s really easy to get a replacement. All you have to do is contact Co-op Energy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0808 164 1088. You’ll have the option to have it delivered through the post or you might be able to pick it up from your local PayPoint.
It’s worth remembering that you might have to pay extra for each replacement.
If you have a prepayment meter, you can top up at your local Post Office or PayPoint. Most Midcounties Co-Operative stores have a PayPoint machine and are able to top up, however, there are countless other stores to choose from.
If you have a standard, Economy 7, or smart meter, you can pay in a number of different ways:
You can change your payment method through your online account or by calling 0808 164 1088.
If you’re moving house, you’ll have to let both your current and new energy supplier know. If you’re with Co-op Energy, you can either call 0808 164 1088 or email email@example.com and let them know:
Let us set everything up for you and leave you with one less thing to think about when moving house! Give us a call now, sit back and let us do the work.
If you’ve just moved into a house supplied by Co-op Energy, you should receive a welcome pack in the post when you move in. You’ll have to set up an account when you move in, even if you’re planning on switching providers, as you’ll still have to pay Co-op Energy for any energy you’ve used up until the switching date.
If you want to switch to Co-operative Energy when you move or bring them with you to your new house, you’ll need to get a new quote. You can do this through their website or by calling 0808 164 1088.
Your energy supplier isn’t responsible for dealing with power cuts or anything electrical or gas-related other than the billing of your usage. Your distribution network operator is responsible for the maintenance and operation of the electric and gas networks up and down the country.
To report a power cut, you can call the dedicated power cut line 105. They’ll put you through to your distribution network operator (DNO) where you can report it or receive updates.
If you suspect there’s been a gas leak, you should open all windows and doors, turn off your gas supply and call the National Gas Emergency Helpline on 0800 111 999. Try and get out of the house for some fresh air.
If you think it might be a carbon monoxide leak, you should open all windows and doors and get out of the house. Call the National Gas Emergency Helpline on 0800 111 999 and then call a doctor to be tested for carbon monoxide poisoning, even if you’re not feeling ill. If anyone does start to feel ill, call 999.
If you’re a Co-operative Energy customer, you can download the Octopus Energy app to take control of your energy usage wherever you are.
Unfortunately, the app is only available on the Apple Store at the moment, but Android users can have their account pinned to their phone home screen and do most of the same things you can on the app. When you sign in through Chrome, you’ll receive an automated prompt asking if you’d like it added to your home screen.
If there’s something you’re not happy about, they will try and sort your problem as soon as they can or send you a plan of action on how they’re going to fix it and if there’s anything else you need from them.
The first thing you should do is to contact Co-op Energy by calling 0808 164 1088 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You’ll have to provide them with:
If it’s not resolved within 8 weeks, you can also escalate your complaint to the Energy Ombudsman either through their website or by calling 0330 440 1624. If they think that you’ve been treated unfairly or incorrectly, they will decide what needs to be done to put things right.
The Warm Home Discount is a Government-led scheme which offers eligible customers a one-off payment of £140 to cover your energy bills from September to March.
Let us guide you through the Warm Home Discount and find you the right tariff that can also give you an additional £140 from the Warm Home Discount.
While Co-operative Energy is a small provider, they’re able to offer the Warm Home Discount through Octopus Energy. If you’re eligible for the discount, you’ll be placed in one of two groups:
If there’s something else you want to talk to Co-Op Energy about, you can use the numbers and links below to get to the bottom of your problem.
|Call (general enquiries)||0800 954 0693|
|Call (account enquiries)||0808 164 1088|
|Call (membership enquiries)||0800 435 902|
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