Avoid SSE’s new prices with EDF Energy’s Blue tariffs
Customers looking to avoid SSE's new prices or who want to protect themselves from any potential price increases can fix their energy prices with EDF Energy for up to four winters - – but still leave for free at any point if they find a better deal.
Blue+Price Freeeeze March 2017 and Blue+Price Promise March 2015 both guarantee prices will be frozen for the duration of the tariff and come without an exit fee.
EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Freeeeze March 2017 guarantees prices will be fixed for the next four winters. Based on a national average of regional prices, the annual dual fuel bill for a customer on Blue+Price Freeeeze March 2017 paying by monthly direct debit would be £1,340 a year at typical consumption.*
Blue+Price Promise March 2015 meanwhile costs £1,184 a year at typical consumption, based on a national average of regional prices, for a customer paying by monthly direct debit.
Customers also benefit from an industry-first Price Promise** which informs customers if another energy supplier offers a tariff which is more than £1 a week cheaper (£52 a year) at typical consumption.
EDF Energy is committed to offering all its customers fair, competitive and prices. Its standard variable prices have been the cheapest offered by any major supplier for 37 out of 40 weeks this year.***
- SSE’s new standard monthly direct debit prices for a customer with typical consumption will be £1,380 (from Nov 15)
- EDF Energy’s Blue +Price Promise March 2015 £1,184 (£196 cheaper than SSE’s new prices)
- EDF Energy’s Blue Price Freeeze March 2017 £1,340 (£40 cheaper than SSE’s new prices)
- EDF Energy standard monthly direct debit prices are £1,252 (£128 cheaper cheaper than SSE’s new prices
(All comparisons based on a regional average of national prices at typical consumption and paying by monthly direct debit)
*Typical consumption as defined by Ofgem is 3,300 kWh electricity and16,500 kWh gas consumption and 5,000 kWh of electricity for Economy 7 meters.
**Customers will be informed via email within 10 days of a supplier informing the company of a deal which is £52 a year cheaper, at typical consumption. The same information will also be published on the EDF Energy website and updated within two working days of a supplier informing the company of a deal which is £52 or more a year cheaper. Customers who are not online will be sent a letter within 10 days. Customers will also be able to check their own consumption levels on the EDF Energy website.
*** Based on a national average of regional prices at typical consumption and for a dual fuel customer paying via direct debit.