It’s always possible to save on your energybill. UnitedConsumers offers affordable energy with the best service for expats. It doesn’t matter whether you just arrived in the Netherlands or have been living here for years, at UnitedConsumers everybody is eligible for affordable power and gas. By choosing one of our three tariff plans, you could save up to € 270,00 in three years. And on top of that you’ll get award winning service too, cause we’ve been awarded “Best Dutch Energy Supplier” by numerous leading independent interest groups for 2 years in a row. So get your quote today!
When you arrive in the Netherlands one of the first things you need in your house is energy. But that’s not the only recurring fixed expense you’ll have to deal with. Every single month you’ll pay for your mobile subscription and health insurance. How great would it be if you can save some money on those too? UnitedConsumers offers you the best discount on energy, health insurance, mobile subscriptions, fuel and car insurance as well. Money you can save to spend on fun things, like holidays or leisure. We guarantee your energy bill is as low as it can get, thanks to the buying power of our consumer collective with 500.000 active members.
At UnitedConsumers you can choose between three energy tariff plans:
With the 1 year variable tariff plan you will receive an average discount of € 90,00.
With the 3 year fixed tariff plan you will save an average of € 270,00 in three years.
With the ‘1 year fixed tariff plan you will receive an average discount of € 90,00.
Apply now to save money on your power and gas bill. The entire registration and activation process will be monitored by UnitedConsumers and you will benefit from discounts up to € 270,00 in 3 years allowing you to spend more money on leisure or vacation.
If you have any questions regarding our energy tariff plans, don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or call 040– 235 05 60. One of our English speaking energy advisors will be more than happy to assist you. That is how we work.
Government of the Netherlands: Energy in the home