If you’ve not yet registered for MyAccount, it only takes a couple of minutes - you’ll need your EDF Energy account number handy. Once you’ve registered you can: Look at and pay your bills. Send us meter readings. Change your Direct Debits. Update your details. e.g. if you change your phone number. Manage your home account.
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If you’d like some help choosing the right electricity and gas tariff, please give us a call. One of our friendly advisors will be happy to help you find the best energy tariff for your needs. Call our switching team. 0333 009 70231 5. Open Mon-Fri 8am-8pm; Sat 8am-2pm.
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EDF supplies gas and electricity to homes and businesses in the UK. Get a quote today to find out how much you could save when you switch. Our range of tariffs includes fixed rate, low-carbon and variable options
The easiest way to manage your business energy needs in one place is MyAccount. Register in minutes - you'll need your EDF Energy account number. Find more about meter reads, paying bills and more.
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My account is in credit – why has my Direct Debit gone up? Your Direct Debit payments spread the cost of your energy evenly over the full course of the year. If we think you're not building up enough credit in the summer to cover your winter use, we may put up your Direct Debit.