Our fixed-term electricity contracts are currently not for sale. Check out our other electricity contracts here.
The difference is the pricing and the commitment period.
The price of electricity is based on the market price of electricity, which is constantly fluctuating. An open-ended contract means that the price is intermittently adjusted up or down. When you have a fixed-term contract, the price does not fluctuate, as it is agreed when the contract is entered and applies for the entire contract period. You will receive an offer for the new contract period in good time before the contract period expires. Should you forget to respond to the offer or choose not to, you will continue to get electricity to your home and your contract will continue as an open-ended contract.
By its nature, an open-ended contract is continuous, and you can terminate it at any time with two weeks’ notice. On the other hand, the fixed-term contract is effective during the pre-agreed contract period. We can transfer the contract to your new address if you move.
When you move, you can choose to terminate the contract. We can also help you with a new contract to your new address.
The metering method indicates how the electricity is metered at your address. If you do not know the metering method at your address, you can find tips on how you select the right metering method here.
No worries! We will make you an offer for a new fixed-term contract, well in advance before the end of your contract period. If you do not wish to extend the agreement as a fixed period, it will continue as a continuous contract, with the prices that we have announced for the time being, with a mutual notice period of two weeks.