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Ofgem estimates the typical household in Britain uses 2,900 kWh of electricity, 12,000 kWh of gas or 4,200 kWh for E7 annually. Find out more about how Ofgem works out the typical use for the energy price cap.
Save up to £60 with Energy Hub. Savings estimated on a sample from January 21-April 23 of 2000 customers who started using Energy Hub and logged in 5+ times between April 2022-April 2023. Costs based on Ofgem's typical annual consumption positioned against projected Standard (Variable) consumption costs of July 23 to-June 24. Ofgem estimates the typical household in Britain uses 2,900 kWh of electricity, 12,000 kWh of gas.
Energy Hub is accessible in MyAccount for customers with an account number starting with 67. It is available for residential smart metered customers that have both electricity and gas supplied by EDF on a single rate tariff, or those who are supplied electricity by EDF on a single rate tariff. The smart meter must also be commissioned.
Estimates based on a gas-heated detached home. Figures for England, Scotland and Wales are based on fuel prices as of July 2023. Source: Energy Saving Trust for roof and loft insulation and cavity wall insulation.
Estimate based on annual savings for a 4 bed detached property in London with Smart Export Guarantee, in July 2023. Source: Energy Saving Trust Solar Guide.
This excludes the Landlord BoilerCare plan.
EDF's EV tariffs are backed with 100% zero carbon renewable electricity. Electricity for EDF's GoElectric tariff comes from renewable sources like wind, solar, biomass, tidal and hydroelectric. At the end of each fuel mix reporting year, EDF will make sure they've purchased enough renewable electricity from EDF owned renewable generation to match the total volume of electricity supplied to all their customers on the GoElectric tariff. A fuel mix reporting year begins on 1 April and ends on 31 March the following year. UK Fuel Mix disclosure information published by the Government (DESNZ), recognises electricity from wind, solar and nuclear fuel produces zero carbon dioxide emissions at the point of generation. See EDF's tariff table for more information.
UK Fuel Mix disclosure information, published by Government Department DESNZ, recognises electricity from wind, solar and nuclear fuel produces zero carbon dioxide emissions at the point of generation.
The zero-carbon electricity purchased is supplied to the National Grid. Customers receive electricity via the National Grid, not directly from zero-carbon generators.
The below table summarises zero-carbon generation by company demonstrating EDF generating 19.8%. The data supporting the table below and the % values is sourced from a mixture of industry settlement data and the UK government renewable obligation database.
|Company||Onshore wind / offshore wind / solar / biomass / hydro TWh 2022||% of total zero carbon generation|
Sources: UK figures from company reports; EDF analysis; total zero carbon generation for 2022 from DESNZ Energy Trends 5.1
Note: SSE figure is for financial year 2022/23. All EDF generation in UK is currently located in GB.