Zebra Power Review Summary
- Competitive pricing
- Excellent reviews on TrustPilot
- Discount for paperless billing
- Energy is not renewable
- Limited website and no app
- No Priority Services Register or Warm Home Discount
Who are Zebra Power?
Manchester-based Zebra Power are a small independent energy supplier that was set up in 2016. They aim to make energy supply simply and to save their customers money without sacrificing customer service standards.
Zebra Power offer a range of fixed-rate tariffs covering different periods. Each of these has a £30 exit fee.
They also offer a variable-rate tariff which has no exit fee. Zebra Power does not have a specific tariff for electric vehicle users and they do not offer a pre-payment tariff.
Zebra Power offers electricity-only tariffs or dual fuel tariffs. Gas-only tariffs are not available.
Zebra Power is a Voluntary FIT Licensee but there is no information about ‘feed-in’ tariffs at their website.
Zebra Power regularly appear at the top of the list of the cheapest energy suppliers.
Zebra Power score an impressive 4.6 out of five stars on TrustPilot, with 91% of reviewers rating the company as either great or excellent. Zebra Power’s customer service in particular gets mentioned a lot by the reviewers.
Which? and Citizen’s Advice do not have sufficient data to review the company at the moment.
Zebra Power’s fuel mix data is not available. However, they make no claim to be supplying renewable energy at their website.
You can contact Zebra Power via email, phone or post. You can also contact them via Twitter but they do not have a Facebook presence and there is no live chat feature on the website.
Actual response times are not available, but the reviewers on TrustPilot say that they have been impressed by how responsive Zebra Power have been when they have needed to contact them.
Complaint data for Zebra Power is not available. However, only 9% of the reviewers on TrustPilot have had any reason to complain about Zebra Power’s customer service, and in the main, those complaints arose from misunderstandings on behalf of the customers.
Zebra Power’s website contains very little information and there is no search feature. There is no live chat feature either, so if you need any information from them you need to contact them via email, phone or Twitter.
There is an online portal. This enables you to submit meter readings, view your bills and usage, and manage your personal details.
Zebra Energy does not have an app.
Zebra Power accepts payment by direct debit only. Customers cannot pay by cash, cheque, or credit or debt card. Pre-payment accounts as not available either.
The first direct debit is taken once the switch has taken place and direct debits are taken monthly after that. You can change the date of the monthly direct debit by contacting Zebra Power, for instance so that it ties in with your monthly pay date.
The aim is for a consistent amount to be taken each month throughout the year, but if you join in the winter your direct debit may increased to take into account the fact that you will be more energy at that time. If your circumstances change that might also result in your monthly direct debit amount being changed.
Paperless billing is cheaper but customers can pay extra to have a paper bill if they want one.
Zebra Power do not currently offer smart meters and they do not accept customers who already have smart meters.
Do Zebra Power offer a recommend a friend referral scheme?
Zebra Power do not currently operate a recommend a friend referral scheme.
Do they work with pre-payment meters?
Zebra Power accept payment by monthly direct debit only. They do not accept pre-payment meters.
Do they accept Economy 7?
Zebra Power accept Economy 7 on some of their tariffs.
Are they signed up to the Warm Home Discount?
Zebra Power are not signed up to the Warm Home Energy Discount scheme.
Are they signed up to the Energy Switch Guarantee?
Zebra Power are not signed up to the Energy Switch Guarantee. They say that switches should take between three and four weeks.
Do they mention about the Priority Services Register?
Zebra Power do not mention a Priority Services Register on their website.
Do they offer a ‘Dual Fuel’ discount?
Zebra Power do not offer a ‘Duel Fuel’ discount.
Will they offer to pay a customer’s exit fees when they join them?
No, but Zebra Power say that their energy might work out cheaper even if you have to pay exit fees to your previous supplier.
What happens if you move home whilst with them?
If you move home you need to provide a final meter reading and your new address. You can do this via email or phone.
Zebra Power will then manage the process for you and get your new supply set up at your new address.
Do they offer any incentives for joining?
Zebra Power do not offer any specific incentives to encourage people to switch their energy supply to them, relying instead on their customer service and low prices to convince people to make the switch.
How to contact Zebra Power
Address: Suite 2E, Manchester International Office Centre, Styal Road, M22 5WB
You can contact Zebra Power customer service by calling: 0161 498 8100
You can email them through: email@example.com
Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
Closed on Weekends and Bank holidays.
Switch to Zebra Power
The easiest way to switch to Zebra Power is through Energy Helpline’s comparison website here. This will allow you to check if Zebra Power is one of the cheapest suppliers for you (tariffs vary based on your area) and will allow you to quickly and easily switch to them.