The cost of energy per unit is capped at a specified level and cannot rise above that price.
An energy tariff that is contracted for an indefinite length and does not contain a fixed term period.
Tariffs that use green or carbon offset energy to power homes and businesses.
A pay-as-you-go option for houses with a pre-payment meter, you pay for energy before you use it via a key, card, or token.
Offer unlimited energy for a year at a specified cost, which is determined by examining old bills. You’ll never be charged additional fees for using more energy.
An energy contract where customers use the same supplier for both gas and electricity.
Can guarantee the price of energy for a fixed time period e.g. 12 months, offering a fixed price for each unit of power.
A tariff that is not a time of use tariff.
A documented list of utility rates, and terms and conditions, that have been approved by the Government.
The price will vary with the market, fluctuating up and down depending on conditions.