ScottishPower joins pledge: ScottishPower has joined the C-19 Business Pledge, which is a national initiative to support vulnerable communities during the COVID-19 crisis.

The firm has introduced several offerings to help households and businesses during the Coronavirus pandemic.

For customers who are struggling financially the energy supplier has offered the flexibility to adjust their direct debit payments to as little as £5 per fuel every month or take a payment holiday of up to two months.

For prepayment customers unable to top up their meter due to illness, self-isolation or financial difficulties they have also issued pre-loaded payment cards with available credit or remotely added credit to meters.

The firm also funded organisations which provide essential food and medicine deliveries with £50,000.

ScottishPower Renewables’ offshore wind team has also donated PPE to a local NHS hospital in East Anglia.

Keith Anderson, ScottishPower Chief Executive, said: “Our message is clear, we are here for you, whether that’s supporting you to work in a different way, keeping the energy flowing to your homes and businesses, generating the clean energy we all want, helping you manage your finances during these difficult times, or supporting the most vulnerable in our communities.

ScottishPower joins pledge to help vulnerable communities

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