What should my energy bill be?


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Calculating an average energy bill can be difficult.  There are various elements to an energy bill, these include region of the Country you live in, the use of your energy and also how you choose to pay for your energy.


Looking at the standard tariff, below is a table that shows the average energy bill for those customers.  Many customers will currently be on a standard tariff, especially the customers that haven’t switched their energy provider before, or those who have moved house recently; and another way would be if you have not renewed your tariff, as you will automatically be placed onto their alternative tariff.

You can take a look at your tariff comparison rate (TCR) to see whether there is something out there that is cheaper than your current supplier / tariff.

Dual Fuel Bill:


MonthlyQuarterlyAnnualy
1 or 2 bedroom flat / house£66.00£199£795
3 or 4 bedroom house£97£291£1163
5+ bedroom house£137£410£1639

Electricity Bill


MonthlyQuarterlyAnnualy
1 or 2 bedroom flat / house£66.00£199£795
3 or 4 bedroom house£97£291£1163
5+ bedroom house£137£410£1639

Gas Bill


MonthlyQuarterlyAnnualy
1 or 2 bedroom flat / house£66.00£199£795
3 or 4 bedroom house£97£291£1163
5+ bedroom house£137£410

£1639

 You can take a look here to see whether there are ways you can reduce your energy bill.

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