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New Energy Tariffs by Co-Operative Energy

23 June 2017

Co-operative Energy has launched new tariffs Co-op Green and Cosy July 2020, Co-op Green and Cosy July 2020 PORB and Co-op Travel Currency Saver which is now live on our website. Co-op Travel Currency saver is on enquire however other tariffs are available for sale via all Internet and telesales channels.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Green and Cosy July 2020 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 31st July 2020. There is a cancellation fee of £50 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. After the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Green and Cosy July 2020. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

 Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Travel Currency Saver tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 30th September 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. After the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Travel Currency Saver. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

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 and PORB.

Region

Co-op Green and Cosy July 2020

Co-op Green and Cosy July 2020 PORB

Co-op Travel Currency Saver

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,127.00

£1,190.00

N/A

East Midlands

£1,126.00

£1,189.00

N/A

London

£1,184.00

£1,247.00

N/A

Manweb

£1,255.00

£1,318.00

N/A

Midlands

£1,108.00

£1,171.00

£1,037.00

Northern

£1,191.00

£1,254.00

N/A

Norweb

£1,146.00

£1,209.00

N/A

Scottish Hydro

£1,236.00

£1,299.00

N/A

Scottish Power

£1,162.00

£1,225.00

N/A

Seeboard

£1,208.00

£1,271.00

N/A

Southern

£1,137.00

£1,200.00

£1,061.00

Swalec

£1,222.00

£1,285.00

N/A

Sweb

£1,235.00

£1,298.00

N/A

Yorkshire

£1,172.00

£1,235.00

N/A

Average

£1,179.21

£1,242.21

£1,049.00

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14 June 2017

Co-operative Energy has launched a new tariff My Co-op Lite Online Sept 2018 which is now live on our website. This tariff is not available for sale via any of the channels.

Co-operative Energy’s My Co-op Lite Online Sept 2018 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 30th September 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. After the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than My Co-op Lite Online Sept 2018. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

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

My Co-op Lite Online Sept 2018

Start Comparison

Eastern

£853.29

East Midlands

£849.50

London

£891.79

Manweb

£903.59

Midlands

£875.92

Northern

£899.09

Norweb

£886.38

Scottish Hydro

£956.78

Scottish Power

£902.10

Seeboard

£888.03

Southern

£881.87

Swalec

£913.44

Sweb

£964.96

Yorkshire

£849.50

Average

£894.02

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08 June 2017

Co-operative Energy has launched new tariffs Co-op Green Fixed Sept 2018 and Co-op Green Fixed Sept 2018 PORB which is now live on our website. These tariff are available for sale via all Internet and telesales channels.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Green Fixed Sept 2018 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 30th September 2018. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. After the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Green Fixed Sept 2018. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

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 and PORB.

Region

Co-op Green Fixed Sept 2018

Co-op Green Fixed Sept 2018 PORB

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,127.00

£1,190.00

East Midlands

£1,126.00

£1,189.00

London

£1,184.00

£1,247.00

Manweb

£1,255.00

£1,318.00

Midlands

£1,108.00

£1,171.00

Northern

£1,191.00

£1,254.00

Norweb

£1,146.00

£1,209.00

Scottish Hydro

£1,236.00

£1,299.00

Scottish Power

£1,162.00

£1,225.00

Seeboard

£1,208.00

£1,271.00

Southern

£1,137.00

£1,200.00

Swalec

£1,222.00

£1,285.00

Sweb

£1,235.00

£1,298.00

Yorkshire

£1,172.00

£1,235.00

Average

£1,179.21

£1,242.21

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28 April 2017

This morning we went live with 4 new tariffs of Co-operative energy which are listed below. Please note these tariffs are not available for sale via any of the channels.

  • My Co-op Lite July 2018
  • My Co-op Lite Xtra July 2018
  • Co-op Price Protect July 2019
  • Co-op Price Protect July 2020

Co-operative Energy’s My Co-op Lite July 2018 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 31st July 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. After the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than My Co-op Lite July 2018. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

Co-operative Energy’s My Co-op Lite Xtra July 2018 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 31st July 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. After the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than My Co-op Lite Xtra July 2018. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Price Protect July 2019 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 31st July 2019. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. After the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Price Protect July 2019. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Price Protect July 2020 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 31st July 2020. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. After the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Price Protect July 2020. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

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

My Co-op Lite July 2018

My Co-op Lite Xtra July 2018

Co-op Price Protect July 2019

Co-op Price Protect July 2020

Start Comparison

Eastern

£891.00

£921.00

£1,023.00

£1,075.00

East Midlands

£871.00

£901.00

£1,014.00

£1,070.00

London

£894.00

£924.00

£1,039.00

£1,080.00

Manweb

£978.00

£1,008.00

£1,076.00

£1,146.00

Midlands

£920.00

£950.00

£1,039.00

£1,084.00

Northern

£919.00

£949.00

£1,041.00

£1,083.00

Norweb

£903.00

£933.00

£1,048.00

£1,105.00

Scottish Hydro

£980.00

£1,010.00

£1,084.00

£1,140.00

Scottish Power

£907.00

£937.00

£1,033.00

£1,095.00

Seeboard

£918.00

£948.00

£1,068.00

£1,094.00

Southern

£905.00

£935.00

£1,044.00

£1,089.00

Swalec

£955.00

£985.00

£1,073.00

£1,116.00

Sweb

£977.00

£1,007.00

£1,091.00

£1,127.00

Yorkshire

£915.00

£945.00

£1,020.00

£1,073.00

Average

£923.79

£953.79

£1,049.50

£1,098.36

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05 April 2017

Co-operative Energy has changed prices on their Green Pioneer Prepayment tariff effective from 1st April 2017. New rates 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

Green Pioneer Prepayment

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1035.24

East Midlands

£1034.31

London

£1046.55

Manweb

£1075.86

Midlands

£1026.40

Northern

£1056.95

Norweb

£1052.05

Scottish Hydro

£1094.15

Scottish Power

£1045.17

Seeboard

£1085.62

Southern

£1070.13

Swalec

£1067.49

Sweb

£1088.26

Yorkshire

£1040.51

Average

£1058.48

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Co-operative energy has changed their prices for Green Pioneer,  Green Pioneer Quarterly Billing and Green Pioneer Prepayment tariffs. Changes are now live on our website and these prices are effective from 1st April 2017.

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.

Green Pioneer(MDD)

Region

Old Prices

New Prices

Change (£)

Change (%)

Start Comparison

Eastern£1,072.84£1,127.33£54.495.10%
East Midlands£1,072.19£1,126.36£54.175.10%
London£1,126.48£1,183.92£57.445.10%
Manweb£1,191.83£1,254.80£62.975.30%
Midlands£1,054.52£1,108.36£53.845.10%
Northern£1,132.59£1,191.00£58.415.20%
Norweb£1,089.04£1,145.16£56.125.20%
Scottish Hydro£1,174.58£1,236.25£61.675.30%
Scottish Power£1,105.25£1,161.71£56.465.10%
Seeboard£1,148.61£1,207.67£59.065.10%
Southern£1,081.26£1,136.73£55.475.10%
Swalec£1,161.56£1,222.25£60.695.20%
Sweb£1,173.54£1,234.62£61.085.20%
Yorkshire£1,114.01£1,171.44£57.445.20%
Average£1,121.31£1,179.11£57.815.20%

Green Pioneer Quarterly billing (PORB)

Region

Old Prices

New Prices

Change (£)

Change (%)

Start Comparison

Eastern£1,135.85£1,190.34£54.504.80%
East Midlands£1,135.19£1,189.36£54.174.80%
London£1,189.49£1,246.93£57.444.80%
Manweb£1,254.84£1,317.81£62.975.00%
Midlands£1,117.51£1,171.35£53.844.80%
Northern£1,195.60£1,254.01£58.414.90%
Norweb£1,152.05£1,208.17£56.124.90%
Scottish Hydro£1,237.59£1,299.26£61.675.00%
Scottish Power£1,169.26£1,224.72£56.464.80%
Seeboard£1,211.61£1,270.68£59.064.90%
Southern£1,144.27£1,199.74£55.474.80%
Swalec£1,224.57£1,285.26£60.695.00%
Sweb£1,236.55£1,297.63£61.084.90%
Yorkshire£1,177.02£1,234.45£57.434.90%
Average£1,184.31£1,242.12£57.814.90%

Green Pioneer Prepayment (PPM)

Region

Old Prices

New Prices

Change (£)

Change (%)

Start Comparison

Eastern£1,135.85£1,051.37-£84.48-7.40%
East Midlands£1,135.19£1,040.95-£94.25-8.30%
London£1,189.49£1,047.62-£141.85-11.90%
Manweb£1,254.84£1,075.79-£179.05-14.30%
Midlands£1,117.51£1,059.91-£57.93-5.20%
Northern£1,195.60£1,56.91-£138.69-11.60%
Norweb£1,152.05£1,052.42-£99.63-8.60%
Scottish Hydro£1,237.59£1,094.34-£143.25-11.60%
Scottish Power£1,169.26£1,047.47-£120.79-10.30%
Seeboard£1,211.61£1,086.69-£124.93-10.30%
Southern£1,144.27£1,074.00-£70.26-6.10%
Swalec£1,224.57£1,067.65-£156.92-12.80%
Sweb£1,236.55£1,088.16-£148.39-12.00%
Yorkshire£1,177.02£1,040.62-£136.39-11.60%
Average£1,184.31£1,063.11-£121.20-10.20%
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Co-operative energy has launched Co-op Sunshine and Fix April 2018 v2, Co-op Online May 2018 Paper Bills and Co-op Online May 2018 tariffs and removed Co-op Sunshine and Fix April 2018 tariff. Changes are now live on our website.

Co-op Sunshine and Fix April 2018 v2 tariff is on enquire however Co-op Online May 2018 Paper Bills and Co-op Online May 2018 tariffs are available for sale via all the channels.

Please note we have also added Co-op Online Exclusive May 2018 tariff for comparison purposes.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Sunshine and Fix April 2018 v2 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 30th April 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. After the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Sunshine and Fix April 2018 v2. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Online May 2018 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 31st May 2018. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. Co-operative Energy will charge cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if customers leave this tariff after the supply start date and 49 days prior to the tariff end date. However, after the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Online May 2018. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

Region

Co-op Online May 2018 Paper Bills

Co-op Sunshine and Fix April 2018 v2

Co-op Online May 2018

Start Comparison

Eastern

£1,054.25

£1,084.26

£1,024.24

East Midlands

£1,057.37

£1,087.38

£1,027.36

London

£1,073.49

£1,103.50

£1,043.48

Manweb

£1,099.93

£1,129.94

£1,069.92

Midlands

£1,060.90

£1,090.91

£1,030.89

Northern

£1,066.11

£1,096.12

£1,036.10

Norweb

£1,056.67

£1,086.68

£1,026.66

Scottish Hydro

£1,112.06

£1,142.06

£1,082.05

Scottish Power

£1,077.25

£1,107.26

£1,047.24

Seeboard

£1,081.86

£1,111.87

£1,051.85

Southern

£1,077.30

£1,107.31

£1,047.29

Swalec

£1,084.02

£1,114.03

£1,054.01

Sweb

£1,091.50

£1,121.51

£1,061.49

Yorkshire

£1,055.70

£1,085.71

£1,025.69

Average

£1,074.89

£1,104.89

£1,044.88

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Co-operative Energy has launched Co-op Online Fix Apr 18 Paper Bills tariff. Changes are now live on our website and this tariff is available for sale via all the channels.

 Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Online Fix Apr 18 Paper Bills tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 30th April 2018. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if customers leave this tariff after the supply start date and 49 days prior to the tariff end date. However, after the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Online Fix Apr 18 Paper Bills. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

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

Co-op Online Fix Apr 18 Paper Bills

Start Comparison

Eastern

£952.81

East Midlands

£962.02

London

£972.16

Manweb

£997.11

Midlands

£965.56

Northern

£966.86

Norweb

£962.94

Scottish Hydro

£1,005.82

Scottish Power

£967.70

Seeboard

£991.68

Southern

£981.02

Swalec

£1,002.36

Sweb

£1,021.57

Yorkshire

£953.91

Average

£978.82

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Co-operative Energy has launched two new tariffs Co-op Fix for Longer April 2018 and Co-op Online Green April 2018 which has replaced their Co-op Fix for Longer Feb 2018 v2 and Co-op Online Green Feb 2018 v2 tariffs. Changes are now live on our website and these tariffs are available for sale via all the channels.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Fix for Longer April 2018 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 30th April 2018. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if customers leave this tariff after the supply start date and 49 days prior to the tariff end date. However, after the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Fix for Longer April 2018. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Online Green April 2018 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 30th April 2018. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if customers leave this tariff after the supply start date and 49 days prior to the tariff end date. However, after the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Online Green April 2018. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

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

Region

Co-op Fix for Longer April 2018

Co-op Online Green April 2018

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Eastern

£922.82

£946.83

East Midlands

£932.03

£956.04

London

£942.18

£966.18

Manweb

£967.12

£991.13

Midlands

£935.57

£959.57

Northern

£936.87

£960.88

Norweb

£932.96

£956.96

Scottish Hydro

£975.83

£999.83

Scottish Power

£937.71

£961.72

Seeboard

£961.70

£985.70

Southern

£951.03

£975.03

Swalec

£972.37

£996.38

Sweb

£991.58

£1,015.58

Yorkshire

£923.93

£947.93

Average

£948.84

£972.84

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Co-operative Energy has launched Co-op Sunshine and Fix April 2018 tariff which has replaced their Co-op Fix & Fly October 2018 v2 tariff. Changes are now live on our website and this new tariff is not available for sale via any of the channels.

 Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Sunshine and Fix April 2018 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 30th April 2018. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. After the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Sunshine and Fix April 2018. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

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

Co-op Sunshine and Fix April 2018

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Eastern

£969.00

East Midlands

£982.00

London

£998.00

Manweb

£1,019.00

Midlands

£975.00

Northern

£998.00

Norweb

£986.00

Scottish Hydro

£1,055.00

Scottish Power

£1,020.00

Seeboard

£1,007.00

Southern

£989.00

Swalec

£1,000.00

Sweb

£1,022.00

Yorkshire

£970.00

Average

£999.29

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Co-operative energy has launched two new tariffs Co-op Online Green February 2018 v2 and Co-op Fix for Longer February 2018 v2 which has replaced their Co-op Online Green February 2018 and Co-op Fix for Longer February 2018. Changes are now live on our website. These tariffs are available for sale via all the channels.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Online Green February 2018 v2 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 28th February 2018. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if customers leave this tariff after the supply start date and 49 days prior to the tariff end date. However, after the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Online Green February 2018 v2. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Fix for Longer February 2018 v2 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 28th February 2018. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if customers leave this tariff after the supply start date and 49 days prior to the tariff end date. However, after the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Fix For Longer February 2018 v2. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

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

Co-op Online Green Feb 2018 v2

Co-op Fix for Longer Feb 2018 v2

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Eastern

£896.00

£872.00

East Midlands

£902.00

£878.00

London

£949.00

£925.00

Manweb

£996.00

£972.00

Midlands

£905.00

£881.00

Northern

£953.00

£929.00

Norweb

£903.00

£879.00

Scottish Hydro

£998.00

£974.00

Scottish Power

£958.00

£934.00

Seeboard

£968.00

£944.00

Southern

£920.00

£896.00

Swalec

£988.00

£964.00

Sweb

£1,012.00

£988.00

Yorkshire

£933.00

£909.00

Average

£948.64

£924.64

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We have just made some changes on two of the below mentioned Co-op tariffs on supplier’s request:

Co-op Online Green February 2018Now available for switching via all Internet and telesales channels
Co-op Fix For Longer February 2018No longer available for switching
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Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel ierative Energy- Co-op Online Green February 2018.This tariff is not available for switching via any of the channels.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Online Green February 2018 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 28th February 2018. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if customers leave this tariff after the supply start date and 49 days prior to the tariff end date. However, after the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Online Green February 2018. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

 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

Co-op Online Green February 2018

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Eastern

£871.00

East Midlands

£877.00

London

£924.00

Manweb

£972.00

Midlands

£866.00

Northern

£930.00

Norweb

£903.00

Scottish Hydro

£974.00

Scottish Power

£935.00

Seeboard

£944.00

Southern

£890.00

Swalec

£964.00

Sweb

£988.00

Yorkshire

£909.00

Average

£924.79

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This morning we went live with Co-operative Energy – FuelGood tariff on enquire.This tariff is only available in midlands region.

Below are the average prices for midlands 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

Spend

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Midlands£874.11
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Co-operative energy has launched new tariff Co-op Festive Fix December 2017 which is available only in Midlands and Southern regions. Changes are now live on our website. This tariff is available for sale via all the channels.

Co-operative Energy’s Co-op Festive Fix December 2017 tariff prices are guaranteed to remain the same until 31st December 2017. Customers of Co-operative Energy can choose to become members of The Midcounties Co-operative, the co-operative which owns Co-operative Energy. Membership costs £1 and members appoint the board of directors and decide how profits are used. One of the main benefits of being a member of Midcounties is that they receive points for every £2 they spend on energy. Points are valued once a year based on Midcounties’ profits and their value is paid out to customers as vouchers or as a credit on their energy account. As a member, every time you spend £2 on energy, Co-operative Energy will credit your membership account with one point. In addition, they add 25 points for each meter reading you send each month (25 points per fuel per month up to a maximum of 50 points per month). You can also earn points in most Co-operative stores and online. There is a cancellation fee of £30 per fuel if customers leave this tariff after the supply start date and 49 days prior to the tariff end date. However, after the contract period Co-operative Energy will either transfer you to the closest equivalent offer available or their Standard tariff, either of which may be more expensive than Co-op Festive Fix December 2017. Customers signing up to this tariff need to submit their meter readings online.

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

Co-op Festive Fix December 2017

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Eastern

n/a

East Midlands

n/a

London

n/a

Manweb

n/a

Midlands

£842.73

Northern

n/a

Norweb

n/a

Scottish Hydro

n/a

Scottish Power

n/a

Seeboard

n/a

Southern

£866.68

Swalec

n/a

Sweb

n/a

Yorkshire

n/a

Average

£854.71

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Previous Tariffs
Fix For Longer February 2018
Fix & Fly October 2018 V2
Pioneer variable tariff
Co-op Online Paper Bills October 2017
Co-op Fixed October 2017
Co-op Online October 2017
Fix for Longer September 2017
Fixed May 2017
Co-op Online March 2017 Paper Billing
Co-op Online March 2017
Co-op Online March 2017
Fixed April 2017
Co-op Online February 2017
Co-op Online January 2017
Co-op Online December 2016
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