energy provider

energy provider
energy provider UK US noun [C] (also energy supplier) NATURAL RESOURCES
a company that supplies electricity, gas, etc. to homes and businesses: »

Nearly 8 million people switched their energy provider last year.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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