First Utility to supply energy to German homes

First Utility will supply energy to households in Germany. The UK energy provider and Shell Energy Europe have reached an agreement to supply electricity and gas in the country. It […]

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By Jacqueline Echevarria

First Utility will supply energy to households in Germany.

The UK energy provider and Shell Energy Europe have reached an agreement to supply electricity and gas in the country.

It will operate in the German market via its subsidiary First Utility GmbH and under the Shell brand which will source electricity and gas to the British company.

First Utility stated it will offer customers three different tariff options which will be launched in October.

Ian McCaig, CEO of First Utility said: “Our customers in the UK have experienced a very real and positive difference in joining First Utility.  We have shown that greater engagement and transparency from an energy supplier as well as great prices can really benefit customers and we believe the same fundamentals will appeal in Germany as well. First Utility has helped to change the face of the energy industry in the UK and our first move overseas is another exciting opportunity for us.”