EDF Energy - Blue +Price Promise September 2013
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- Electricity from low-carbon generation.
- A promise to tell you if another supplier is more than £1 a week cheaper, at typical use.
- A reward every month with Thank yous.
- Fixed energy prices until 30th September 2013.
- After 30th September 2013 you will be moved onto EDF's Standard plan, unless you choose another plan.
- This tariff has a standing charge.
- For an additional 0.153p/kWh (ex. VAT), you can offset your gas carbon emissions too, thanks to EDF's partnership with The CarbonNeutral Company. For a typical gas usage of 16500kWh per year, this equates to £26.51 per annum (inc. VAT).
- View bills online by default, though paper billing can be requested from EDF.
- Pay by Monthly Direct Debit or Pay on Receipt of Bill.+
- Dual fuel or electric only available - there is no gas only option.
- No early termination fees.
- Notes: If your gas is supplied by an Independent Gas Transporter, an IGT charge will apply. Low-carbon electricity purchased for Blue is supplied into the National Grid. Blue customers receive electricity via the National Grid, not directly from low-carbon generators. Terms and conditions apply. Typical annual use is: 3,300 kWh electricity and 16,500 kWh gas for Standard meters; and 5,000 kWh electricity for Economy 7 meters. +Only Monthly Direct Debit available when applying through UK Power.
EDF Energy is one of the UK's largest energy companies and is also the UK's largest producer of low-carbon electricity. A wholly-owned subsidiary of the EDF Group, one of Europe's largest energy groups, they generate around one fifth of the UK's electricity and employ around 15,000 people. EDF supplies electricity and gas to around 5.5 million residential and business customers, making EDF the biggest supplier of electricity by volume in the UK.
Over a quarter of the UK population benefit from EDF Energy's distribution of electricity. As well as being an energy supplier, EDF are also a major generator of electricity