Eneco subsidiary WoonEnergie takes over all the customers of Robin Energie, the energy supplier located in Veenendaal that was declared bankrupt at the end of February.

12Mar - PR2

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This has been agreed by Eneco and the bankruptcy administrator.

As a result of the takeover, the energy used by the approximately 25,000 customers of Robin Energie will from now on be supplied by WoonEnergie, a subsidiary of Eneco with ample experience in the area of supplying energy to the social housing sector.

Hans Peters, Chief Customer Officer at Eneco: “Robin Energie specifically focused on people who receive debt assistance, many of whom have been placed under the supervision of an administrator. It concerns a vulnerable group of consumers requiring extra attention from the energy supplier. WoonEnergie has a lot of experience with people who receive debt assistance and has the capacity to devote extra attention and support to this target group. I extend a warm welcome to all our new customers.”

Maarten J.R. Jansen, bankruptcy administrator at De Advocaten van Van Riet in Utrecht: “We have made an effort to transfer the customers of Robin Energie to the right party. Our cooperation with Eneco has been pleasant and we trust that the customers of Robin Energie will be in good hands.”

Within the next few days, the customers of Robin Energie will be informed by WoonEnergie about this takeover and what it will mean for them. Eneco does not disclose any financial details relating to this transaction.

Source: Company Press Release.