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Other ways to save with EDF

Save around £41 with Energy Hub(1)

Have you got a smart meter? Energy hub(2) uses your smart meter data to give you a personalised view of your energy use, with tips to help you save money and cut your carbon footprint. All positive steps to help Britain Achieve Net Zero. 

Start today! Log into MyAccount to view your Energy Hub

Air source heat pumps - the future of heating

With gas boilers being phased out, many homeowners want to upgrade their heating systems. An energy-efficient air source heat pump can save energy and reduce your carbon footprint. 

Upgrading your heating system to an air source heat pump helps reduce your carbon footprint. Prices start from £4,500 in England and Wales or £3,000 in Scotland (including the government grant).

Learn more about air source heat pumps


Insulation is one of the most cost-effective ways to lower your energy costs and keep your home warm. 

Cavity wall and loft insulation together can save you up to £775 per year on bills.(3)

modern house with solar panels


Solar panels are now cheaper and more efficient than they've ever been. Solar batteries make your solar energy last even longer.

Start generating and storing your own energy today and save up to £630 per year.(4)

Boiler cover

Make sure your boiler and home are running smoothly. Choose from our range of maintenance and support plans or insurance options. 

Take advantage of our winter promotion, with 50% off for the first 3 months.(5) T&Cs apply

Drive electric and help reach Net Zero

Driving electric cars (EVs) will help cut Britain’s carbon emissions. We have everything you need to drive electric – electric car leasing deals, home charging points and 100% renewable zero carbon EV tariffs(6).

Get on the road to zero carbon

Building for the future

Helping build Britain's wind, nuclear and solar energy supply

Rising wholesale gas costs around the world have seen energy prices skyrocket, especially in Britain where we import most of our gas.

That's why we're busy building Britain's own wind, nuclear and solar energy supply - to reduce our reliance on energy imports and help prevent future gas price rises. 

With EDF you get

Zero Carbon

Britain's biggest generator of zero carbon electricity(7)

Zero Hassle

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Value and Control

Fixed Tariffs, Electric Vehicles, Low Carbon Heat, Energy Hub