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By Imogen Ford
3 Jun 2024

We’re excited to announce that we’ve launched our new self-serve switching journey for small businesses, developed in collaboration with Tickd.

We’re making it easier to go green

The new platform is really user friendly and will enable lower consuming, environmentally aware customers to seamlessly switch to a deep green energy supply with Ecotricity. With over 4.8 million SME customers across the UK, that’s got to be good news for the climate too.

“When cost remains such an important factor for small businesses in choosing their energy supplier, it’s great we’ve been able to partner with the team at Tickd to offer customers competitive prices within just a few clicks!” - Will Stratton, B2B Change & Transformation Ecotricity

Switching energy supplier shouldn’t cause a headache. Tickd allows SMEs to switch to Britain’s greenest energy company in just a few clicks.

'We're delighted to work with Ecotricity to help digitalise their SME quoting and contracting process. It's great to see forward thinking energy suppliers embrace the changing behaviour of business owners, allowing them to quote and contract online in a matter of seconds.” - Richard Price, Managing Director Tickd

What service are you looking for
Ready to switch?

If you’re an SME looking for a green energy supplier, why not try out our brand new platform?

Get your business seen, go green.

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