Rollover is an expensive trap that is all too easy to fall into. Here we explain what it is, your legal rights and how to avoid it.

When your business energy contract is due to end, you need to cancel it within a set time period or your energy supplier can (and will) automatically sign you up to a new contract. This is what is called a ‘rollover’ contract.

The contract you’re rolled over to will not be good value for money or a competitive tariff, and you’ll be stuck with it for at least one year.

Rollover and the law
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