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ACM definitively revokes supply licenses of energy company Naked Energy

The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) will definitively revoke the supply licenses of bankrupt Dutch energy company Naked Energy B.V. per 5 January 2022. The receiver of Naked Energy informed ACM that energy supplier DGB Energie B.V. has taken over all of Naked Energy’s customers as of 4 January 2022. All customers will continue to receive energy, and will automatically be informed by DGB Energie B.V.

On 23 December, 2021, ACM already announced it would revoke Naked Energy’s licenses. The company has run into financial problems because it had outsourced the procurement of energy to Energie I&V B.V. (which was part of Anode at the time), which was declared bankrupt on December 3, 2021.

All of Naked Energy’s customers (approximately 2,600) will thus get new energy contracts from DGB Energie B.V., and will be able to choose whether or not to stay with DGB Energie B.V. or to switch suppliers anyway (after a notice period of no more than 30 days).

See also

03-01-2022 Amendment decisions regarding supply licenses for electricity and natural gas by Naked Energy (in Dutch)
23-12-2021 Energy company Naked Energy files for bankruptcy, ACM revokes licenses
My energy supplier’s license has been revoked. Now what? | ACM ConsuWijzer (in Dutch)