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First Utility - Electricity Quote



On this page you can see two electricity quotes given by First Utility. This search was made based on a Cardiff CF24 Postcode on the 14th December 2016.

If you are unsure about any of the tariff information you can click any of the left-hand headings in the below columns to learn more.


First Variable Electricity Only Direct Debit eBill

Out of the 10 variable solo-electricity tariffs that we compared, First Utility's 'Variable Electricity Only Direct Debit eBill' tariff turned out to be the 2nd most expensive, a huge £78.24 more expensive annually than British Gas's 'Standard' tariff, which was the cheapest. It is rather closely priced to the most expensive tariff, which was Ovo Energy's 'Simpler Energy', seeing a mere £12.67 annual price difference.

Tariff Name First Variable Electricity Only Direct Debit eBill
Type Variable
Payment Type Monthly Direct Debit
Unit Rate 17.281p per kWh
Standing Charge 5p per day
Tariff End Date N/A
Exit Fee N/A
Discounts & Additional Charges £12 discount for paperless billing (included in estimation).
VAT 5%

According to UK Power's statistic, the average UK medium household consumes 3,100 kWh of electricity per year. Based on this figure, First Utility's Variable tariff would cost this user as follows:

Monthly: £46
Quarterly: £138.50
Annually: £554


First Fixed January 2020 Electricity Only Direct Debit eBill

Out of the 10 solo-electricity fixed rate tariffs that we compared, First Utility's 'Fixed January 2020 Electricity Only Direct Debit eBill' tariff turned out to be the 2nd most expensive, seeing a £38.65 annual price difference from the most expensive, Ovo Energy's 'Greener Energy'. Between this tariff and Utility Warehouse's 'Double Gold Fixed 10', which was the cheapest, there is a massive £141 annual price difference.

Tariff Name First Fixed January 2020 Electricity Only Direct Debit eBill
Type Fixed
Payment Type Monthly Direct Debit
Unit Rate 16.742p per kWh
Standing Charge 15.78p per day
Tariff End Date 31st January 2020
Exit Fee £30
Discounts & Additional Charges £12 discount for paperless billing (included in estimation).
VAT 5%

According to UK Power's statistic, the average UK medium household consumes 3,100 kWh of electricity per year. Based on this figure, First Utility's Fixed January 2020 tariff would cost this user as follows:

Monthly: £48
Quarterly: £144.25
Annually: £577

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