Atlantic Fixed Price 3 tariff
Martins’ expert energy review
For: Fixed price tariff – Parent company SSE voted no.1 for customer satisfaction – Largest producer of renewable energy in UK
Against: 8.33% of the discount comes as a free month after 12 months customer loyalty ( Not too concerned about this though )
What would I do: This is the one to go for if you are looking for a fixed price tariff. Bear in mind that EDF have not as yet, at the time of this post, increased Their prices. It is inevitable that they will have a price increase soon.
Martin suggest’s: Get an accurate quote for this tariff by visiting one of the Consumer Focus accredited comparison sites. You will find a list of these in the right hand column
Further information: If you are looking for the Kwh unit rate for this deal, visit one of the comparison sites. You will then get access to the kwh unit price after you enter your postcode, and your current tariff details!
Monthly direct debit customers will receive a ‘one month free’ incentive rebate, which is paid in month 13 after 12 months’ continuous supply, and annually thereafter. The rebate amount is based on the monthly average of total payments for energy consumption made over the preceding 12 months. Note: the discount has been included in your cost and savings figures on the basis of an 8.33% discount on the annual bill.
Discounts above include VAT and are included in your savings and cost figures unless specifically stated otherwise.
Atlantic are part of the Scottish and Southern Energy Group.
Today Scottish and Southern Energy are one of the largest energy suppliers in the UK with four separate brands, Southern Electric, SWALEC, Scottish Hydro-Electric and most recently Atlantic Electric and Gas.
Atlantic’s parent company, Scottish and Southern Energy, were also ranked “No.1 U.K. Domestic Electricity and Gas Supplier in Customer Satisfaction’ by J.D. Power and Associates.