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3 steps to have gas and electricity in your new home

Moving house means starting an energy contract. Whether you stay with the same supplier or switch to a new one, find new gas and electricity prices that will suit better your new life! Energyprice.be can help you in this process and simplify the administrative management of your energy contracts. What do you need to do?

Tenant or owner, confirm your meter readings
1. Tenant or owner, confirm your meter readings

After picking up the keys for your new home, access your energy meters and proceed to change your gas or electricity contract. Complete the energy transfer document with your EAN code and the meters' readings, then make sure the previous occupant sign the document as well.

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2. Find the cheapest energy deal in less than 5 minutes

On Energyprice.be (the only CREG-certified comparison tool), compare the gas and electricity deals from all the energy suppliers. Then choose the one that best meets your preference criteria. It’s quick, easy and reliable!

Congratulations! Take advantage of your new energy contract
3. Congratulations! Take advantage of your new energy contract

Once you have found the perfect energy plan, make the switch at once on Energyprice.be by entering your contact details (including your new address and the associated EAN codes) and your moving date. Our team will take care of the remaining administrative formalities on your behalf: canceling your contract with your previous supplier and starting the new plan with your next supplier.

What if you have just moved in but don’t yet have an energy contract?

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After picking up your keys, you have 30 days (45 days in Brussels) to find an energy supplier. Without a valid contract, you risk having your gas and electricity cut off. We can help you avoid that! Contact us today to find a suitable energy contract for your home.

Any questions? We have the answers

If you were living with your parents or if your gas and/or electricity consumption was included in your previous rent, you will never have signed a contract with a supplier in your own name. For that reason, you will have to choose a supplier and sign a contract for your new address.

See also >> Do I have to choose a supplier?

No, if you already have a supplier, you won’t have to renew your contract if you move house. Simply contact your supplier and tell them that you are moving, stating your new address and your moving date. It is, however, a good opportunity to consider changing supplier and use energyprice.be to take advantage of a more attractive offer. 

No, you can continue your own contract which you signed when you were living at your previous address. You also have the option of choosing a new supplier with a more attractive offer. Contact our advisers on 0800 37 456 to find the contract that’s most advantageous for you, or compare the available offers yourself. 

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