In an article in The Times todsy on the " absurd " energy cap consumers are urged to get ' a supplier you can trust ' ....and of the 3 mentioned Pure Planet is one .......superb ......congrats to all !!!
09-02-19, 17:34Eric IanPure Planet .....trustworthy
09-02-19, 17:58Strutt G
Brilliant Eric, as you no doubt know..you see lots of stuff that appears not so positive, it's in the main where peeps have not read all that is available and what is provided.
No company can be perfect all the time it's how you deal with it. It just so happens that PP IS getting more support from their members than any energy company I have seen/been with before. it's a fresh approach with some wee hurdles.
Happy Member Mr Strutt
Hey, that's brilliant to hear! :foldedhands::foldedhands::up:;)
That's good to hear @Eric Ian. Everyone loves positive feedback
The great thing is - we are the members of PP 👍👍
10-02-19, 07:40David j
10-02-19, 08:13David j
This is an extract from the Times article:
Suppliers to trust
You need a company that is offering good value deals but is also financially reliable. Octopus and Bulb, the green energy company, are rated highly by Which?, a consumer group.
Pure Planet, a renewable supplier based in Bath in Somerset, has investment from BP and its yearly bill for an average-usage customer is £986. It is one of only 15 on the market, out of 190, with £1,000.