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All unit rates, charges, fees, discounts, rewards, and estimated costs include VAT at 5%. This will be different from the way they are shown on your bills or statements. Please note that if you're on a variable price tariff, your price may go up at any time.

Frequently asked questions

What is a kWh (kilowatt-hour)?

A kWh stands for kilowatt-hour - the unit used to measure energy use. 1kWh will give you up to 40 minutes use of a kettle.

What is the Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)?

You can use your TCR (Tariff Comparison Rate) as a guide to help you compare your tariff with others, from us or other suppliers. It’s based on how you pay, your standing charge and unit rate. It includes your discounts and VAT at 5%. It’s a guide only as it is based on Ofgem average use figures: electricity 3,100 kWh/year and gas 12,500 kWh/year. Your actual charges will depend on the energy you use. To find out about your tariff and how we work out TCRs, go to our help and support pages.

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All unit rates, charges, fees, discounts, rewards, and estimated costs include VAT at 5%. This will be different from the way they are shown on your bills or statements. Please note that if you're on a variable price tariff, your price may go up at any time.

Frequently asked questions

What is a kWh (kilowatt-hour)?

A kWh stands for kilowatt-hour - the unit used to measure energy use. 1kWh will give you up to 40 minutes use of a kettle.

What is the Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)?

You can use your TCR (Tariff Comparison Rate) as a guide to help you compare your tariff with others, from us or other suppliers. It’s based on how you pay, your standing charge and unit rate. It includes your discounts and VAT at 5%. It’s a guide only as it is based on Ofgem average use figures: electricity 3,100 kWh/year and gas 12,500 kWh/year. Your actual charges will depend on the energy you use. To find out about your tariff and how we work out TCRs, go to our help and support pages.

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