EDF Energy has released details of a new fixed price energy tariff which promises to fix prices until September 2012.
The company claim that it is the cheapest dual fuel deal currently available on the market despite many companies claiming to have reduced prices.
The new tariff will allow customers of EDF to receive a 6 per cent discount if they pay by Direct Debit and a dual fuel discount of Â£8.40 per year based on annual consumption figures.
The downside to the tariff is that customers could be penalised if they leave the plan earlier which isn't in direct competition to yesterday's announcement from the Co-operative, who say that they won't penalise customers who decide to leave their plans early.
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