M&S Energy Tariff Prices - Gas and Electricity
Tariffs & prices
Despite SSE being their supply partner, M&S Energy still have slightly different tariffs and unit prices. As such it is worth keeping up with them both; however, due to their frequency in which they update their prices, the best way to get an up to date switching comparison would be to give us a call.
Below you can see Tariff Label Information (TLI) for M&S Energy’s ‘Standard Variable’:
|Region||Elec price per kWh||Elec yearly price||Elec TCR||Gas price per kWh||Gas yearly price||Gas TCR||Dual Fuel Yearly|
|North East EN||16.42p||£563.07||18.16p||4.03p||£557.80||4.46p||£1,120.87|
|North West EN||15.98p||£549.43||17.72p||4.07p||£562.80||4.50p||£1,112.23|
|Merseyside & N Wales||17.12p||£584.77||18.86p||4.03p||£557.80||4.46p||£1,142.57|
|South East EN||17.00p||£581.05||18.74p||4.18p||£576.55||4.61p||£1,157.60|
|South West EN||17.64p||£600.89||19.38p||4.18p||£576.55||4.61p||£1,177.44|
As you can see from the table above, M&S Energy are nowhere near on the cheapest tariffs on the market. At time of writing (Feb 18), the cheapest tariff on the market is OneSelect’s ‘Secure 1 Year Fixed January 2018’, which costs an average of £830 per year, which is £234 more expensive than M&S Energy’s cheapest tariff.
According to their website, M&S Energy match all of their supply with 100% renewable electricity. This would suggest that each of their tariffs comes with 100% renewable electricity. That said, their electricity is still generated and provide by SSE, which is nowhere near 100%. They state that ‘The annual consumption of electricity used by M&S Energy customers is matched with the equivalent amount of electricity generated from large scale hydro sources input to the National Grid.’Get a quote