With increases in energy prices in recent years, it is often cited as a good idea to fix the price you pay for your gas and electricity with a fixed rate tariff.
To provide yourself with protection against price increases over the next couple of years you may want to consider signing up to a two year fixed rate gas and electrciity tariff. The table below shows the current market leading 2 year fixed rate energy tariffs, along with the tariffs end date. This is the date that your pices would be fixed until.
|Supplier||Tariff||Average annual bill*||Tariff end date|
|ENGIE Fixed Sept 18 Paperless Billing||£910||30/09/2018|
|Fixed 2gether - October 2018 - O18-3 (Paperless Billing)||£938||31/10/2018|
|ENGIE Fixed Sept 18 Paper Billing||£941||30/09/2018|
|ENGIE Green Fixed Sept 18 Paperless Billing||£944||30/09/2018|
|Bright Fixed Price Sept 2018 v1||£975||30/09/2018|
|ENGIE Green Fixed Sept 18 Paper Billing||£976||30/09/2018|
|Fixed 2gether - October 2018 - O18-3 (Paper Billing)||£978||31/10/2018|
|First Fixed March 2019 v5 plus||£1,019||31/03/2019|
|Rate Saver 24m Fixed 1612 (online billing)||£1,020||24 months from signup|
|2 Year Fixed Energy (all online)||£1,031||24 months from signup|
*Based on usage of 3,100kWh of electric per year and 12,500kWh of gas per year. Shows average price across all regions. Assumes payment is made by Monthly Direct Debit. Only showing tariffs which are generally available across most of the UK.