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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 You may like: Co-operative Energy Tariff cancellation fees 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 […]

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Co-Operative Energy  is a renowned energy supplier offers gas and electricity to UK households. Company is owned by UK’s largest independent co-operative group Midcounties Co-operative. If you are Co-Operative Energy’s consumers and looking for switching to cheaper energy plan offered by some other suppliers then you should look at below list of cancellation charges applicable on switching. Sr. No. Tariffs Gas Cancellation Fee Electricity Cancellation Fee Additional Information Cancellation Fee/Special terms end date Start Comparison 1 Co-Op Online January 2017 (from 03.12.15) Removed 09.12.15 £30 £30 N/A 31st January 2017 2 Co-Op Online February 2017 (from 09.12.15) Removed 09.02.16) £30 £30 N/A 28th February 2017 3 Co-op Online March 2017 (from 09.02.16) Removed 07.04.16 £30 £30 N/A 31st March 2017 4 Co-op Online March 2017 Paper Billing (from 16.02.16) Removed 22.06.16 £30 £30 N/A 31st March 2017 5 Co-op Online Paper Bills October 2017 (from 09.08.16) £30 £30 N/A 31st […]

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The Co-operative Energy: Established in 2010, the energy supplier is part of the Midcounties Co-operative. It supplies both gas and electricity to more than 500,000 customers. Although its name is based on the regional co-operative, it supplies energy across the nation, including Wales, Scotland and England. The company has no shareholders but is a public company that is owned by its customers. The people who purchase their energy play a pioneering role in deciding the investment and sharing of profits. The Co-operative Energy and Customer satisfaction status: The company has received many complaints against it. It is not ranked high as a challenger company to the Big Six energy suppliers. However, it is still in the good list of green-minded people as its energy sources are ensuring low carbon content. Why the Co-operative Energy? Company owned by the customer Customer has a fair share in profit sharing and investment Consistent […]

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Launched in 2014, Cardiff Energy Supply Limited (CESL) is an independent gas and electricity supplier in Wales. The company has its entire staff based in Wales so, it’s like everyone is at a community distance away from the work place. They take pride in being Welsh and claim to offer lowest energy tariffs. They are on a mission to offer low-cost gas and electricity in Wales. They do not offer warm home discounts and are not a part of Energy Switch Guarantee. Cardiff Energy offers the following low-cost energy tariffs: Gas Savemore 12 months Fixed DD v8 Savemore Prepay Fixed 12 months v8 Savemore Variable PP v8 Savemore Variable v8 Note: The energy and gas tariffs may vary and should be checked with the supplier for all details. Why choose Cardiff Energy as your gas and electricity provider?? Unlike many new gas and electricity suppliers, Cardiff Energy has been consistent […]

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We have just gone live with Cardiff Energy’s Savemore DD Fixed v8 and Savemore PrePay Fixed v8 which have replaced their Savemore DD Fixed v7 and Savemore PrePay Fixed v7 tariffs. These tariffs are on enquire as we are not allowed to sell Cardiff on any of the channels. Please note at the same time they have also changed their prices on Savemore DD Variable & Savemore PrePay Variable tariffs. Cardiff Energy’s Savemore DD Fixed v8 prices are fixed for 12 months beginning on the day Cardiff Energy starts supplying your energy. There is a cancellation fee of £40 would be charged by Cardiff Energy if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. This is an online-only tariff, which means that you must be prepared to manage your account online. This involves receiving and viewing your bills online, providing meter readings online and carrying out general […]

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Cancellation fee is one of the measures taken by UK energy suppliers to discourage customers from switching before the term end of energy tariffs. It is applicable to fixed rate energy tariffs with a pre-defined end date. If you choose to leave the contract of the fixed rate tariff before the end date then you are liable to pay the exit fees to the energy supplier. It is always advisable to wait for the tariff end date so as to avoid paying the exit fees. The Switching Window: Most of the suppliers offer a switching window, which is the number of days before the actual end date of the term. This means that if the switching window is for 49 days then you can switch anytime in these 49 days, which would be prior to the actual end date. For switching during the switching window, you don’t need to pay […]

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