Check the tariffs below to find out which ones are the most expensive energy deals.
If you find the tariff you are on, then get yourself onto a cheaper online deal
|Supplier||Tariff name||Average price £|
|Scottish Power||Online no standing charge||1247|
|Scottish Power||No standing charge||1258|
|Scottish Power||Standard account||1258|
|Co-operative||Pioneer paper billing||1158|
|First Utility||Smart as Standard||1163|
|SSE||No standing charge||1248|
|British Gas||Clear and simple||1252|
|British Gas||Standard Tariff||1252|
|British Gas||Standard with energy smart||1252|
|Utility Warehouse||medium user tariff||1269|
|First Utility||Smart homes variable dual fuel||1212|
|Good Energy||Good Energy & gas+||1322|
This chart has been provided to give you an idea of the most expensive energy tariffs.
There are some other tariffs which would fit in this category, but I have not listed them because they come with other benefits such as:
These prices were calculated in the Scottish Power region. They are based on average consumption of 3300 KWH electricity, 16500 KWH gas.
SSE includes – Scottish Hydro Electric, SWALEC, Atlantic energy, Southern Electric, Marks and spencers