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First Utility Gas & Electricity Bill Explained

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This box gives you the Emergency helpline number and customer services number of supplier.

Customer name and address details are show here.

Here you will find your Account Number, important in any communication with First Utility supplier for support or query.

Here you will find Information about the start and end date time period of consumption for your bill. Payment due date and supply address details also mentioned here.

How much you owe after this bill and adjusting credit and discounts. For those paying by monthly direct debit, this can sometimes be in credit as usage changes throughout the year.

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Name of your supplier:

First Utility

2

Contact Details:

This box gives you the Emergency helpline number and customer services number of supplier.

3

Your Customer Details:

Customer name and address details are show here.

4

Account Number:

Here you will find your Account Number, important in any communication with First Utility supplier for support or query.

5

Billing period and Supply Address:

Here you will find Information about the start and end date time period of consumption for your bill. Payment due date and supply address details also mentioned here.

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Your new account balance:

How much you owe after this bill and adjusting credit and discounts. For those paying by monthly direct debit, this can sometimes be in credit as usage changes throughout the year.

This is your current Gas and Electricity tariff and how you are paying for your bills. Your current tariff name is required while you compare on our website. It also shows current tariff’s End date and exit fees if you switch early. (You can switch in last 49 days without paying exit fees)

This is your estimated annual consumption of gas and electricity in kWh. (You’ll need this info to switch)

This is the per unit (1kWh) cost of gas and electricity applicable based on your current tariffs.

This is the per unit (1kWh) cost of gas and electricity applicable based on your current tariffs.

This is your Standing Charge for gas and electricity, the cost per day for having the chosen supplier provide energy to your home regardless if any energy is used.

TCR (Tariff Comparison Rate) is a guide helps to compare tariffs across the suppliers. It is based on Ofgem’s average usage figures. It is always advisable to compare tariffs on comparison websites as we suggest estimated spending and savings.

These charts compare your recent energy usage with the same period last year. Estimates may have been used to calculate your energy use.

These charts compare your recent energy usage with the same period last year. Estimates may have been used to calculate your energy use.

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Your Tariff and Exit Fees:

This is your current Gas and Electricity tariff and how you are paying for your bills. Your current tariff name is required while you compare on our website. It also shows current tariff’s End date and exit fees if you switch early. (You can switch in last 49 days without paying exit fees)

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Estimated Annual Consumption:

This is your estimated annual consumption of gas and electricity in kWh. (You’ll need this info to switch)

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Cost of energy:

This is the per unit (1kWh) cost of gas and electricity applicable based on your current tariffs.

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Standing charge:

This is your Standing Charge for gas and electricity, the cost per day for having the chosen supplier provide energy to your home regardless if any energy is used.

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About your Usage:

These charts compare your recent energy usage with the same period last year. Estimates may have been used to calculate your energy use.

Here you will get detail of payment done by you with payment method. In this case it is direct debit.

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Payment Amount:

Here you will get detail of payment done by you with payment method. In this case it is direct debit.

Total cost (including VAT) of gas and electricity you consumed during this bill period.

Opening and closing meter readings for this bill period. It can be estimated if you haven’t provided actual reading.

This unique number identifies the electricity supply at your property and it is required while switching your supplier on our website.

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Your Electricity and Gas charges:

Total cost (including VAT) of gas and electricity you consumed during this bill period.

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Meter Readings:

Opening and closing meter readings for this bill period. It can be estimated if you haven’t provided actual reading.

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Electricity MPAN (Meter Point Administration Number):

This unique number identifies the electricity supply at your property and it is required while switching your supplier on our website.

Total cost (including VAT) of gas and electricity you consumed during this bill period.

Opening and closing meter readings for this bill period. It can be estimated if you haven’t provided actual reading.

This unique number identifies the Gas supply at your property and it is required while switching your supplier on our website.

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13

Your Electricity and Gas charges:

Total cost (including VAT) of gas and electricity you consumed during this bill period.

14

Meter Readings:

Opening and closing meter readings for this bill period. It can be estimated if you haven’t provided actual reading.

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Gas MPRN (Meter Point Reference Number):

This unique number identifies the Gas supply at your property and it is required while switching your supplier on our website.

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