Any company – regardless of size – can see if there is a cheaper offer for them and switch gas supplier. All you need to do is make an appointment to speak to us and bring your latest gas invoice with you – we’ll take care of the rest.
Changing supplier is completely free of charge.
No. We will carry out the audit for you free of charge.
There is no need for this – only the Gas Seller changes and the Gas Supplier (DSO) remains the same. It may be that your supplier wants to replace the meter, but it will be done free of charge.
In Poland, the main Distribution System Operator is PSG S.A. (Polska Spółka Gazownictwa) and the entities cooperating with it within the corporation. The DSO cannot be changed. The operator is responsible for supplying customers with gas, purchased from sellers in the area – they are the ones who make repairs and take all your calls. The gas seller is the entity from which you buy your gas – and it is with the seller that you can negotiate prices or change to one that offers better terms.
This is out of the question. Distribution charges are regulated top-down – by the President of the Energy Regulatory Office. And this means that the distributor cannot change the fees without the Office’s consent.
It depends on the contract you have with your current seller. It usually includes a one-month notice period with effect at the end of the month. Therefore, the whole process can take between one and a maximum of two months.
Some of our customers take care of all the paperwork for switching Sellers themselves. Generally, everything should already be taken care of by the new Seller. In order for us to complete the entire process for you, all you need to do is sign the power of attorney provided with the contract to represent you.