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Lower energy tariffs

Ofgem will increase the price cap from 1 January. If you’re on one of our Variable tariffs, your energy prices will be rising.

Protect yourself against the rise. Our new fixed energy tariff is cheaper than the January 2024 price cap1. Read our blog to find out why now could be a good time to choose a fixed tariff.

If you’ve already decided and want to make the switch, it’s easy.

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Why choose us?

We power over 8 million homes and businesses in Britain.

That's more than anyone else.

We're helping the UK hit zero carbon emissions by 2050.

And aiming to get 40% of the way there by 2034.

We launched a £100m support fund to help customers who need it most.

With over 21,000 customers helped so far.

We've been around for over 200 years and we aren't going anywhere.

So here's to the next 200...

And we're on a mission to create a greener future too

Around 40% of the UK's carbon emissions come from our homes - and we want to change that for good. Whatever your budget, we've got lots of ways to cut your home's carbon footprint. From simple swaps to the latest future-ready tech.

Go greener with us

So join us and start your journey to net zero

Additional information

  1. Ofgem review and update the price cap level every three months and it can increase or decrease. The price cap doesn’t limit your total bill, which depends on how much energy you use. The energy price cap level for the period 1 January to 31 March 2024 is £1,928 a year for a typical household who use gas and electricity and pay by Direct Debit. This is based on an annual gas usage of 11,500 kWh and annual electricity usage of 2,700 kWh, Our 1 year fixed tariff is priced at £1,855 a year for a typical household who use 11,500 kWh gas a year and 2,700 kWh electricity a year and pay by Direct Debit. Eligibility and terms and conditions apply.