Comparison of EDF Energy rates per kWh for currently available electricity tariffs. Following our price comparison of standard electricity rates of the big six suppliers, we focus on all available rates from EDF Energy: Standard Variable, Blue+Price Promise April 2015 and Blue+Price Freeeeze March 2017. Which tariff has the best rates for low, medium and high electricity users?
EDF Energy – Overview of Electricity Price per kWh (December 2013)
|EDF Energy Tariff||Fixed Till||Standing
|Blue+Price Promise||April 2015||18.9||12.64||15.9||14.7||14.0|
|Blue+Price Freeeeze||March 2017||18.9||14.95||18.2||17.0||16.3|
Note: price in pence per kWh based on yearly usage of Low (2100 kWh), Medium (3300 kWh) or High (5100 kWh) electricity user based in London postcode.
Review of EDF Energy Tariffs:
- Standard Variable (Standing Charge:18.9 pence, Unit Rate: 14.14 pence) – Fully variable, no cancellation fees, but at a premium of 1.50 pence/kWh. Will cost 31-77 pounds more per year depending on usage. Only use if strong price falls (15% plus) expected in next 18 months.
Blue+Price Promise April 2015 (Standing Charge: 18.9 pence, Unit Rate: 12.64 pence) – Fixed, will not fall if prices fall, no cancellation fees, free EnergySmart monitor. Best price option.
- Blue+Price Freeeeze March 2017 (Standing Charge: 18.9 pence, Unit Rate: 14.95 pence) – Fixed, will not fall if prices fall, no cancellation fee, but at a premium of 2.31 pence/kWh. Will cost 50-118 pounds more per year depending on usage. Only use if very strong price rises (20% plus) expected in next 18 months.