The short answer to this question is Yes, Ohm Energy requires a security deposit.
However, as stated on their website, if your previous electricity provider (before you switched to Ohm) is either SP Group or any other retailer that is SP Group integrated, then 65% of your total security deposit amount will be allocated towards Ohm, which also means it’s already paid for and hence no further action required from you regarding this matter.
However, you will have to pay the 65% security deposit amount to SP Group charged to your bill if you were using an electricity provider that is not SP Group integrated or SP Group itself prior to switching over to Ohm.
Are You Ready To Make The Switch?
Now having said that, are you ready to finally make the switch to using Ohm?
If so, follow our guide to get started with the registration process.
If you’re still not ready and need to learn more about Ohm before you begin, read my review about Ohm here.
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