EDF Energy bills now show at a glance exactly how much energy you used last quarter compared to the previous quarter and the same quarter last year. Our interactive e-guide will show you step by step what each part of your bill means.
It should enable you to manage your energy consumption more effectively, and could even help you cut your energy bills.
CCL is a tax on the amount of energy you use. The government introduced CCL to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions - a principal cause of climate change. It is designed to promote energy efficiency and encourage businesses to invest in energy saving equipment.
We collect CCL from our customers on the government’s behalf - it affects most businesses and public sector bodies that pay VAT at the standard rate. CCL will be shown separately on your bill, is subject to VAT and cannot be reclaimed from HMRC.
How your bill can be exempt from CCL
Domestic or charitable non-business use is exempt from CCL. If your organisation is defined as an energy intensive user or a horticulture user, the supply may also qualify for partial exemption.
For more specific information on exemptions, please read our guide, VAT and CCL explained, contact the Environment Agency on 03708 506 506 or visit
Sign up or log in to your online account 'MyAccount' where you can:
- Submit meter readings
- View and download bills
- Pay bills online, securely
- Sign up to paperless billing
- Manage your account on the go
We have tariffs to suit the needs of all customers. Find the one that's right for you:
- New Start For newly moved or opened businesses
- Freedom for business For the ultimate in flexibility
- Fixed for businessFor longer-term price certainty
Make sure you also read our guide to meter types to make sure you've got the right meter for your needs.
Interested in our fuel mix? You can see it here.