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How do I contact Bulb Energy?

Last Updated: 24 Jan 2022

Bulb Energy has gone into Special Administration.

Special Administration is a regime for dealing with the insolvency of large energy supply companies. It is designed to
ensure continued, uninterrupted and safe operation of essential services while the company goes through the administration process. So while Bulb Energy was technically insolvent, under these arrangements, it is still operating on a “business as usual”basis.

What has changed is that he board of Directors has been replaced by the Administrators. The Administrators, having firstly stabilised the business, will assess options for a rescue of the company, ideally on a going concern basis. If that is not possible then alternative optionss will be considered such as a dissolution, compulsory liquidation or credtor’s volunataryt liquidation.

We will know more in due course, and no later than end March 2022. In the meantime, if you need to contact Bulb Energy customer service about anything, the details below are all still good, up to date and functioning. We’ve checked.

To contact Bulb Energy by post

Head Office address


155 Bishopsgate,

London EC2M 3TQ

To contact Bulb Energy by phone

0300 30 30 635


Monday-Friday; 9am to 6.00pm

Sat-Sun Closed

(Please check with your phone provider if you are unsure about how much a call will cost).

To contact Bulb Energy by email



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