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New Energy Tariffs by EDF Energy_Blue Price Promise

11 October 2017

EDF Energy has launched Online Saver Nov18 which has replaced their Online Saver Oct18v2 tariff. Changes are now live and the new tariff is available for sale via internet channels only.

Please note at the same time we have added Simply Fixed Renewal Dec18 tariff for comparison purposes.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Online Saver Nov18 are fixed until 30th November 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £35 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,000 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Online Saver Nov18

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,063.04

East Midlands

£1,047.90

London

£1,089.24

Manweb

£894.75

Midlands

£1,063.74

Northern

£877.85

Norweb

£1,061.58

Scottish Hydro

£950.83

Scottish Power

£1,035.05

Seeboard

£1,095.76

Southern

£1,089.28

Swalec

£1,059.53

Sweb

£1,126.77

Yorkshire

£866.42

Average

£1,022.98

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05 October 2017

EDF Energy has launched Blue+Heating Protect Feb20, Blue+Price Protection Nov18 and Connect+Control 1 Feb20 which has replaced their BIue+Heating Protect Jan20 and Blue+Price Protection Oct18v2 tariffs. Changes went live this morning and the new tariffs are available for sale via internet and inbound telesales channels.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Heating Protect Feb20 are fixed until 29th February 2020. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation.  At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Protection Nov18 are fixed until 30th November 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Connect+Control 1 Feb20 are fixed until 29th February 2020. There is a cancellation fee of £75 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time. Customers who agree to receive both gas and electricity from EDF and pay for their energy by Direct Debit or cash/cheque will receive a £150 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card claim code via email, which will be sent within 30 days of the contract start date for both the energy supply contracts.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,000 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Blue+Heating Protect Feb20

Blue+Price Protection Nov18

Connect+Control 1 Feb20

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,102.52

£1,092.85

£1,133.18

East Midlands

£1,066.36

£1,056.69

£1,097.02

London

£1,115.87

£1,106.20

£1,146.53

Manweb

£1,086.00

£1,076.33

£1,116.66

Midlands

£1,092.62

£1,082.95

£1,123.28

Northern

£1,095.55

£1,085.88

£1,126.21

Norweb

£1,079.38

£1,069.71

£1,110.04

Scottish Hydro

£1,094.14

£1,084.47

£1,124.80

Scottish Power

£1,053.01

£1,043.34

£1,083.67

Seeboard

£1,123.35

£1,113.68

£1,154.01

Southern

£1,105.97

£1,096.29

£1,136.63

Swalec

£1,077.54

£1,067.87

£1,108.20

Sweb

£1,147.63

£1,137.96

£1,178.29

Yorkshire

£1,060.50

£1,050.83

£1,091.16

Average

£1,092.89

£1,083.22

£1,123.55

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26 September 2017

EDF Energy has launched BIue+Fixed Prepay January 2019 and Smart Saver Nov18 tariffs which has replaced their Blue+Fixed Prepay September 2018 tariff. Changes are now live and BIue+Fixed Prepay January 2019 is available for sale via inbound and internet channels and Smart Saver Nov18 is on enquire.

Please note at the same time we have added Huru Fixed Price Dec18 tariff for comparison purposes.

Prices on EDF Energy’s BIue+Fixed Prepay January 2019 are fixed until 31st January 2019. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Smart Saver Nov18 are fixed until 30th November 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £35 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit for Smart Saver Nov18 and prepayment meter for BIue+Fixed Prepay January 2019 .

Region

BIue+Fixed Prepay January 2019

Smart Saver Nov18

Start Comparison

Eastern

£978.76

£1,160.34

East Midlands

£977.72

£1,122.99

London

£996.41

£1,016.66

Manweb

£1,040.78

£1,142.41

Midlands

£1,000.24

£1,151.83

Northern

£983.40

£1,154.11

Norweb

£1,007.27

£1,136.01

Scottish Hydro

£1,028.74

£1,154.46

Scottish Power

£994.77

£1,109.64

Seeboard

£1,001.04

£1,047.66

Southern

£1,018.75

£1,163.55

Swalec

£1,024.82

£1,133.95

Sweb

£1,031.44

£1,085.25

Yorkshire

£983.37

£1,117.13

Average

£1,004.82

£1,121.14

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13 September 2017

EDF energy has launched Online Saver Oct18v2 which has replaced their Online Saver Oct18 tariff. Changes are now live and this tariff is available for sale via internet channels only.

Please note at the same time we have added Simply Fixed Renewal Nov18 & BIue+Fixed Price November 2018 tariffs for comparison purposes.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Online Saver Oct18v2 are fixed until 31st October 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £35 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Online Saver Oct18v2

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,024.07

East Midlands

£1,004.53

London

£1,021.89

Manweb

£1,070.27

Midlands

£1,040.62

Northern

£1,037.05

Norweb

£942.49

Scottish Hydro

£1,063.01

Scottish Power

£928.00

Seeboard

£1,060.95

Southern

£1,054.85

Swalec

£1,038.35

Sweb

£1,090.49

Yorkshire

£922.20

Average

£1,021.34

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08 September 2017

EDF energy has launched Online Saver Oct18 and Blue+Price Protection Oct18v2 which has replaced their Online Saver Sep18 and Blue+Price Protection Oct18 tariffs. Changes are now live on our website.

Please note Online Saver Oct18 tariff is available for sale via internet channels only and Blue+Price Protection Oct18v2 tariff is available for sale via internet and inbound telesales channels.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Online Saver Oct18 are fixed until 31st October 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £35 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Protection Oct18v2 are fixed until 31st October 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Online Saver Oct18

Blue+Price Protection Oct18v2

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,024.07

£1,032.69

East Midlands

£1,004.53

£1,014.55

London

£1,021.89

£1,031.91

Manweb

£1,070.27

£1,080.30

Midlands

£1,040.62

£1,057.69

Northern

£1,037.05

£1,056.71

Norweb

£942.49

£952.55

Scottish Hydro

£1,063.01

£1,073.07

Scottish Power

£928.00

£938.05

Seeboard

£1,060.95

£1,070.98

Southern

£1,054.85

£1,075.32

Swalec

£1,038.35

£1,057.21

Sweb

£1,090.49

£1,100.51

Yorkshire

£922.20

£932.11

Average

£1,021.34

£1,033.83

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23 August 2017

EDF Energy has changed prices on their below mentioned PPM tariffs effective from today. New prices are now live on our website.

Below are the new average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Prepayment meter.

Region

Blue+Fixed Prepay October 2017

Blue+Fixed Prepay November 2017

Start Comparison

Eastern

£990.74

£1,000.75

East Midlands

£985.62

£950.89

London

£991.37

£991.29

Manweb

£1,028.46

£996.76

Midlands

£1,003.59

£972.67

Northern

£994.68

£1,001.77

Norweb

£996.56

£953.17

Scottish Hydro

£1,024.24

£1,014.99

Scottish Power

£990.71

£968.11

Seeboard

£1,025.55

£1,030.03

Southern

£1,017.29

£991.50

Swalec

£1,019.02

£1,006.47

Sweb

£1,052.51

£1,052.44

Yorkshire

£985.16

£962.91

Average

£1,007.54

£992.41

Region

Blue+Fixed Prepay March 2018

Blue+Fixed Prepay June 2018

Blue+Fixed Prepay September 2018

Start Comparison

Eastern

£973.41

£978.76

£978.76

East Midlands

£950.98

£977.72

£977.72

London

£991.25

£996.41

£996.41

Manweb

£996.85

£1,040.78

£1,040.78

Midlands

£972.76

£1,000.24

£1,000.24

Northern

£977.97

£983.40

£983.40

Norweb

£953.26

£1,007.27

£1,007.27

Scottish Hydro

£1,015.08

£1,028.74

£1,028.74

Scottish Power

£968.21

£994.77

£994.77

Seeboard

£1,030.00

£1,001.04

£1,001.04

Southern

£973.74

£1,018.75

£1,018.75

Swalec

£1,003.54

£1,024.82

£1,024.82

Sweb

£1,009.22

£1,031.44

£1,031.44

Yorkshire

£963.00

£983.37

£983.37

Average

£984.23

£1,004.82

£1,004.82

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23 August 2017

EDF energy has launched BIue+Heating Protect Jan20 and Blue+Price Protection Oct18 which has replaced their Blue+Heating Protect Jun20 and Blue+Price Protection Aug18v2 tariffs. Changes went live this morning and these tariffs are available for sale via inbound and internet channels.

Please note at the same time we have added Huru Fixed Price Oct18v2 tariff for comparison purposes.

Prices on EDF Energy’s BIue+Heating Protect Jan20 are fixed until 31st January 2020. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time. This tariff also comes with boiler breakdown cover. The policy covers the failure/breakdown of your standard domestic mains gas boiler, standard radiators, controls and thermostats, and provides cover for up to 3 claims during the year, and a maximum of £500 per claim. If you need to claim, you will have to pay the first £50 of each claim. Cover will start on your tariff start date and will run for 12 months. If you wish, you may also cancel the insurance policy at any time. Cancellation will not affect your energy prices or energy tariff and no refunds will be made as no premium has been paid. At the end of the 12 month period, EDF’s insurance partner Intana will write to you and offer a further 12 months cover at £11.19 per month. You will be able to continue with the insurance or cancel your cover at this point. Full terms and conditions that apply can be found by clicking on the link on the signup page, these will also be sent to you.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Protection Oct18 are fixed until 31st October 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

BIue+Heating Protect Jan20

Blue+Price Protection Oct18

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,057.65

£1,032.68

East Midlands

£1,039.60

£1,014.63

London

£1,056.89

£1,031.92

Manweb

£1,105.19

£1,055.26

Midlands

£1,087.52

£1,037.58

Northern

£1,081.59

£1,031.69

Norweb

£963.11

£913.18

Scottish Hydro

£1,108.00

£1,058.06

Scottish Power

£947.97

£898.03

Seeboard

£1,110.90

£1,060.96

Southern

£1,101.35

£1,051.41

Swalec

£1,082.11

£1,032.17

Sweb

£1,130.91

£1,080.97

Yorkshire

£942.03

£892.10

Average

£1,058.20

£1,013.62

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18 August 2017

We have added EDF Energy – Simply Fixed February 2018 tariff for comparison purposes.

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17 July 2017

EDF energy has launched Online Saver Aug18 and Blue+Fixed Price September 2018 tariffs which has r09 June 2017eplaced their Online Saver Jul18 tariff.

Online Saver Aug18 is available for sale via online channels and Blue+Fixed Price September 2018 is added for comparison purposes.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Online Saver Aug18 are fixed until 31st August 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £35 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Fixed Price September 2018 are fixed until 30th September 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Online Saver Aug18

Blue+Fixed Price September 2018

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,019.58

£1,018.53

East Midlands

£999.35

£998.30

London

£1,020.77

£1,019.73

Manweb

£1,054.27

£1,053.23

Midlands

£887.68

£886.62

Northern

£1,018.70

£1,017.66

Norweb

£868.00

£866.95

Scottish Hydro

£1,047.88

£1,046.84

Scottish Power

£858.00

£856.96

Seeboard

£1,048.23

£1,047.19

Southern

£1,035.49

£1,034.45

Swalec

£872.18

£871.13

Sweb

£1,080.97

£1,079.92

Yorkshire

£847.12

£846.08

Average

£975.59

£974.54

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10 July 2017

EDF energy has launched Blue+Price Protection Aug18v2 which has replaced their Blue+Price Protection Aug18 tariff. New tariff is available for sale via inbound and internet channels.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Protection Aug18v2 are fixed until 31st August 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

 Blue+Price Protection Aug18v2

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,029.63

East Midlands

£1,009.41

London

£1,030.83

Manweb

£1,064.26

Midlands

£1,030.93

Northern

£1,028.80

Norweb

£930.76

Scottish Hydro

£1,057.99

Scottish Power

£925.48

Seeboard

£1,058.23

Southern

£1,045.55

Swalec

£926.67

Sweb

£1,090.96

Yorkshire

£1,012.39

Average

£1,017.28

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30 June 2017

EDF energy has launched Blue+Fixed Prepay September 2018 which has replaced their BIue+Fixed Prepay June 2018 tariff. Changes are now live and new tariff is available for switching via internet and inbound channels.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Fixed Prepay September 2018 are fixed until 30th September 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Prepayment meter.

Region

Blue+Fixed Prepay September 2018

Start Comparison

Eastern

£981.88

East Midlands

£980.85

London

£1,011.91

Manweb

£1,043.91

Midlands

£1,003.37

Northern

£986.54

Norweb

£1,010.40

Scottish Hydro

£1,031.88

Scottish Power

£997.90

Seeboard

£1,013.93

Southern

£1,021.88

Swalec

£1,027.96

Sweb

£1,046.94

Yorkshire

£986.50

Average

£1,010.42

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26 June 2017

EDF energy has launched Online Saver Jul18 which has replaced their Online Saver Jun18v2 tariff. Changes are now live and new tariff is available for sale via internet channels only.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Online Saver Jul18 are fixed until 31st July 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £35 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Online Saver Jul18

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,027.42

East Midlands

£864.01

London

£1,027.78

Manweb

£1,063.03

Midlands

£1,026.84

Northern

£867.77

Norweb

£874.81

Scottish Hydro

£1,048.09

Scottish Power

£854.53

Seeboard

£1,054.52

Southern

£1,042.36

Swalec

£875.65

Sweb

£1,087.06

Yorkshire

£1,009.41

Average

£980.23

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19 June 2017

EDF energy has launched two new tariffs Blue+Price Protection Aug18 and Blue+Fixed Price August 2018 and removed Blue+Price Protection Jul18 from the market.

Please note Blue+Price Protection Aug18 is available for switching via internet and telesales channels and Blue+Fixed Price August 2018 has been added for comparison purposes.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Protection Aug18 are fixed until 31st August 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Fixed Price August 2018 are fixed until 31st August 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

 Blue+Fixed Price August 2018

 Blue+Price Protection Aug18

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,026.35

£1,037.60

East Midlands

£862.29

£1,029.54

London

£1,026.70

£1,037.31

Manweb

£   905.70

£1,072.95

Midlands

£1,028.11

£1,036.96

Northern

£1,020.86

£1,031.48

Norweb

£   882.91

£1,031.93

Scottish Hydro

£1,046.96

£1,058.02

Scottish Power

£   852.98

£1,020.76

Seeboard

£1,053.44

£1,065.82

Southern

£1,041.42

£1,050.39

Swalec

£   874.13

£1,041.66

Sweb

£1,085.91

£1,095.41

Yorkshire

£1,008.39

£1,017.82

Average

£979.73

£1,044.83

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09 June 2017

EDF energy has launched Online Saver Jun18v2 which has replaced their Online Saver Jun18 tariff. Changes are now live and new tariff is available for sale via internet channels only.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Online Saver Jun18v2 are fixed until 30th June 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £35 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Online Saver Jun18v2

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,027.41

East Midlands

£863.34

London

£1,027.74

Manweb

£906.76

Midlands

£1,029.16

Northern

£1,021.91

Norweb

£883.97

Scottish Hydro

£1,048.01

Scottish Power

£854.03

Seeboard

£1,054.49

Southern

£1,042.48

Swalec

£875.18

Sweb

£1,086.96

Yorkshire

£1,009.45

Average

£980.78

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31 May 2017

EDF energy has launched two new tariffs Blue+Price Protection Jul18 and Online Saver Jun18 and removed Blue+Price Protection Jun18v2 from the market.

Please note Blue+Price Protection Jul18 is available for switching via internet and inbound channels and Online Saver Jun18 is available for sale via internet channels only.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Protection Jul18 are fixed until 31st July 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Online Saver Jun18 are fixed until 30th June 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £35 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Blue+Price Protection Jul18

Online Saver Jun18

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,037.64

£1,028.88

East Midlands

£1,029.55

£859.16

London

£1,037.40

£1,029.70

Manweb

£1,073.06

£907.99

Midlands

£1,037.00

£886.94

Northern

£1,031.53

£891.58

Norweb

£1,031.95

£886.96

Scottish Hydro

£1,058.09

£963.01

Scottish Power

£1,020.86

£1,010.80

Seeboard

£1,065.96

£1,053.80

Southern

£1,050.48

£1,038.57

Swalec

£1,041.75

£1,031.81

Sweb

£1,095.42

£1,087.06

Yorkshire

£1,017.84

£1,007.79

Average

£1,044.90

£977.43

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23 May 2017

EDF energy has launched Blue+Price Protection Jun18v2 and Blue+Heating Protect Jun20 which has replaced their Blue+Price Protection Jun18 and BIue+Heating Protect Apr20 tariffs. Changes are now live and these tariffs are available for switching via internet and inbound channels.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Protection Jun18v2 are fixed until 30th June 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Heating Protect Jun20 are fixed until 30th June 2020. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time. This tariff also comes with boiler breakdown cover. The policy covers the failure/breakdown of your standard domestic mains gas boiler, standard radiators, controls and thermostats, and provides cover for up to 3 claims during the year, and a maximum of £500 per claim. If you need to claim, you will have to pay the first £50 of each claim. Cover will start on your tariff start date and will run for 12 months. If you wish, you may also cancel the insurance policy at any time. Cancellation will not affect your energy prices or energy tariff and no refunds will be made as no premium has been paid. At the end of the 12 month period, EDF’s insurance partner Intana will write to you and offer a further 12 months cover at £11.19 per month. You will be able to continue with the insurance or cancel your cover at this point. Full terms and conditions that apply can be found by clicking on the link on the signup page, these will also be sent to you.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Blue+Price Protection Jun18v2

Blue+Heating Protect Jun20

Start Comparison

Eastern£1,037.64£1,087.67
East Midlands£1,029.55£1,079.45
London£1,037.40£1,086.89
Manweb£1,073.06£1,123.50
Midlands£889.14£1,102.18
Northern£891.75£1,101.73
Norweb£889.01£1,098.86
Scottish Hydro£973.09£1,102.90
Scottish Power£1,020.86£1,070.81
Seeboard£1,065.96£1,115.94
Southern£1,050.48£1,100.43
Swalec£1,041.75£1,091.68
Sweb£1,095.42£1,145.42
Yorkshire£1,017.84£1,067.64
Average£1,008.07£1,098.22
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12 May 2017

EDF Energy has launched Blue+Price Protection Jun18 which has replaced their Blue+Price Protection May18v2 tariff. Changes are now live and new tariff is available for switching via internet and inbound channels.

Please note at the same time we have added Blue+Fixed Price July 2018 tariff for comparison purposes.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Protection Jun18 are fixed until 30th June 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Blue+Price Protection Jun18

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,037.68

East Midlands

£1,029.54

London

£1,036.92

Manweb

£1,073.55

Midlands

£1,052.18

Northern

£1,051.76

Norweb

£1,048.93

Scottish Hydro

£972.98

Scottish Power

£1,020.84

Seeboard

£1,065.97

Southern

£1,050.53

Swalec

£1,041.74

Sweb

£1,095.48

Yorkshire

£1,017.76

Average

£1,042.56

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28 April 2017

EDF Energy has launched Blue+Price Protection May18v2 which has replaced their Blue+Price Protection May18 tariff. Changes are now live and new tariff is available for switching via internet and inbound channels.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Protection May18v2 are fixed until 31st May 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Blue+Price Protection May18v2

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,084.96

East Midlands

£1,057.89

London

£1,088.73

Manweb

£917.41

Midlands

£1,007.17

Northern

£1,007.99

Norweb

£1,067.20

Scottish Hydro

£1,085.89

Scottish Power

£876.19

Seeboard

£1,102.53

Southern

£1,094.26

Swalec

£904.09

Sweb

£1,130.00

Yorkshire

£983.28

Average

£1,029.11

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25 April 2017

EDF Energy has launched Blue+Price Protection May18 which has replaced their Blue+Price Protection Apr18v2 tariff. Changes are now live and new tariff is available for switching via internet and inbound channels.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Protection May18 are fixed until 31st May 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Blue+Price Protection May18

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,140.53

East Midlands

£1,103.19

London

£1,153.88

Manweb

£1,122.61

Midlands

£1,130.40

Northern

£1,133.33

Norweb

£1,116.21

Scottish Hydro

£1,130.75

Scottish Power

£1,089.84

Seeboard

£1,161.36

Southern

£1,143.75

Swalec

£1,114.15

Sweb

£1,185.41

Yorkshire

£1,097.33

Average

£1,130.20

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14 April 2017

EDF Energy has changed their prices on standard variable tariff. Gas prices have increased by 5.2% and Electricity prices have increased by 8.2% for direct debit payment method.

Below are the new average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly direct debit.

Region

Standard (Variable)

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,170.66

East Midlands

£1,133.32

London

£1,184.01

Manweb

£1,152.74

Midlands

£1,160.53

Northern

£1,163.46

Norweb

£1,146.34

Scottish Hydro

£1,160.88

Scottish Power

£1,119.97

Seeboard

£1,191.49

Southern

£1,173.87

Swalec

£1,144.28

Sweb

£1,215.54

Yorkshire

£1,127.46

Average

£1,160.33

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12 April 2017

EDF Energy has launched Blue+Heating Protect Apr20 which has replaced their Blue+Heating Protect Apr19 tariff. Changes are now live and new tariff is available for switching via internet and inbound channels.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Heating Protect Apr20 are fixed until 30th April 2020. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time. This tariff also comes with boiler breakdown cover. The policy covers the failure/breakdown of your standard domestic mains gas boiler, standard radiators, controls and thermostats, and provides cover for up to 3 claims during the year, and a maximum of £500 per claim. If you need to claim, you will have to pay the first £50 of each claim. Cover will start on your tariff start date and will run for 12 months. If you wish, you may also cancel the insurance policy at any time. Cancellation will not affect your energy prices or energy tariff and no refunds will be made as no premium has been paid. At the end of the 12 month period, EDF’s insurance partner Intana will write to you and offer a further 12 months cover at £11.19 per month. You will be able to continue with the insurance or cancel your cover at this point. Full terms and conditions that apply can be found by clicking on the link on the signup page, these will also be sent to you.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Blue+Heating Protect Apr20

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1158.90

East Midlands

£1130.06

London

£1163.13

Manweb

£1152.20

Midlands

£1158.58

Northern

£1157.60

Norweb

£1140.15

Scottish Hydro

£1160.33

Scottish Power

£1118.02

Seeboard

£1178.11

Southern

£1169.32

Swalec

£1143.73

Sweb

£1207.73

Yorkshire

£1121.93

Average

£1154.27

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07 April 2017

EDF Energy has launched Blue+Heating Protect Apr20 which has replaced their Blue+Heating Protect Apr19 tariff. Changes are now live and new tariff is available for switching via internet and inbound channels.

Prices on EDF Energy’s Blue+Heating Protect Apr20 are fixed until 30th April 2020. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time. This tariff also comes with boiler breakdown cover. The policy covers the failure/breakdown of your standard domestic mains gas boiler, standard radiators, controls and thermostats, and provides cover for up to 3 claims during the year, and a maximum of £500 per claim. If you need to claim, you will have to pay the first £50 of each claim. Cover will start on your tariff start date and will run for 12 months. If you wish, you may also cancel the insurance policy at any time. Cancellation will not affect your energy prices or energy tariff and no refunds will be made as no premium has been paid. At the end of the 12 month period, EDF’s insurance partner Intana will write to you and offer a further 12 months cover at £11.19 per month. You will be able to continue with the insurance or cancel your cover at this point. Full terms and conditions that apply can be found by clicking on the link on the signup page, these will also be sent to you.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Monthly Direct Debit.

Region

Blue+Heating Protect Apr20

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1158.90

East Midlands

£1130.06

London

£1163.13

Manweb

£1152.20

Midlands

£1158.58

Northern

£1157.60

Norweb

£1140.15

Scottish Hydro

£1160.33

Scottish Power

£1118.02

Seeboard

£1178.11

Southern

£1169.32

Swalec

£1143.73

Sweb

£1207.73

Yorkshire

£1121.93

Average

£1154.27

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03 April 2017

Further to my email below, EDF has advised us that rates they previously sent was incorrect. We have now updated the corrected version on the website.

Below are the new average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Prepayment meter.

Region

Blue+Fixed Prepay March 2018

Start Comparison

Eastern

£987.74

East Midlands

£965.31

London

£1006.96

Manweb

£1010.85

Midlands

£986.76

Northern

£991.97

Norweb

£967.26

Scottish Hydro

£1029.40

Scottish Power

£982.53

Seeboard

£1046.03

Southern

£988.06

Swalec

£1017.54

Sweb

£1023.54

Yorkshire

£976.99

Average

£998.64

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31 March 2017

We have just gone live with EDF Energy’s BIue+Fixed Prepay June 2018 and BIue+Price Protection Apr18v2 which have replaced their Blue+Fixed Prepay March 2018 and BIue+Price Protection Apr18 tariffs.

Prices on EDF Energy’s BIue+Fixed Prepay June 2018 are fixed until 30th June 2018. Customers on this tariff will receive their electricity from low-carbon generation. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time.

Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,500 kWh per annum and electricity 3,100 kWh per annum, dual fuel, and payment method is Prepayment meter.

Region

BIue+Fixed Prepay June 2018

Start Comparison

Eastern

£981.90

East Midlands

£980.86

London

£1011.93

Manweb

£1043.92

Midlands

£1003.39

Northern

£986.55

Norweb

£1010.42

Scottish Hydro

£1031.89

Scottish Power

£997.91

Seeboard

£1013.94

Southern

£1021.89

Swalec

£1027.97

Sweb

£1046.95

Yorkshire

£986.51

Average

£1010.43

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Previous Energy Triffs
Blue+Price Protection Apr18
Blue+Heating Protect Apr19
Blue+Price Protection Mar18
Blue+Price Protection Feb18 v2
Blue+Heating Protect Mar19
Blue+Price Protection Feb 18
Blue+Price Protection Jan18
Blue+Price Freeeeze February 2019 v2
Blue+Price Freeeeze February 2019
Blue+Price Protection Dec17
Blue+Fixed Prepay March 2018
Blue+Price Protection Nov17
Simply Fixed October 2017 V2
Blue+Price Protection Oct17
Simply Fixed October 2017
Blue+Price Protection Sep17V2
Blue+Price Freeeeze September 2018
Blue+Price Protection Sep17
Blue+Fixed Prepay November 2017
Blue+Price Protection Aug17
Blue+Price Freeeeze August 2018
Blue+Price Protection Aug17
Blue+Price Freeeeze August 2018
Blue+Price Promise July 2017
Blue+Price Freeeeze June 2018
Blue+Price Promise June 2017
Blue+Fixed Prepay October 2017
Blue+Price Promise May 2017
Blue+Price Promise April 2017
Blue+Price Freeeeze March 2018
Blue+Price Promise March 2017
Blue+Price Promise February 2017
Blue+Price Promise January 2017
Blue+Price Freeeeze January 2018
Blue+Price Promise November 2016
Blue+Price Freeeeze November 2017
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