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Utility Warehouse - Electricity Quote



Below are two quotes from the energy supplier Utility Warehouse; however, unlike many other utilities there are a few twists due to their business model. This search was made based on an Edinburgh EH10 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.


Value

Out of the 10 solo-electricity variable tariffs that we compared, Utility Warehouse's 'Value' tariff turned out to be the 4th cheapest, only £19.24 per year more than British Gas's 'Standard' tariff which was the cheapest. Chosing Utility Warehouse here would cost you £71.67 less per year than if you chose Ovo Energy's 'Simpler Energy', which was the most expensive.

Tariff Name Value
Type Variable
Payment Type Budget Plan (Monthly Direct Debit)
Unit Rate 13.341p per kWh
Standing Charge 22.439p per day
Tariff End Date N/A
Exit Fee N/A
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, Utility Warehouse's Value tariff would cost this user as follows:

Monthly: £41
Quarterly: £123.75
Annually: £495


Double Gold Fixed 10

Out of the 10 solo-electricity fixed-rate tariffs that we compared, Utility Warehouse's 'Double Gold Fixed 10' tariff was the cheapest by quite a margin. Between this and Ovo Energy's 'Greener Energy' you would see a huge saving of £179.65 per year.

Due to Utility Warehouse's business model being more like a savings club, rather than a typical energy supplier, their aim is to have their customers use multiple services in order to recieve the benefits of their cheaper deals. As such, to be eligible for this tariff, customers need to take home phone, broadband and mobile services with Utility Warehouse too, costing a mininum of £34.35 a month.

Tariff Name HomeEnergy Fixed Mar 2019
Type Fixed
Payment Type Monthly Direct Debit
Unit Rate 13.425p per kWh
Standing Charge 22.439p per day
Tariff End Date 31st December 2017
Exit Fee £25
Additional Products Free light bulb replacement to LEDs.
VAT 5%

According to UK Power's statistic, the average UK medium household consumes 3,100 kWh of electricity per year; however, due to their free lightbulb replacement scheme, Utility Warehouse have revised this consumption to 2,635 kWh. Based on this figure, Utility Warehouse's Double Gold Fixed 10 tariff would cost this user as follows:

Monthly: £36
Quarterly: £109
Annually: £436