Our newest tariffJune 2016March 2017February 2017
Why this tariff? What's this?
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This explains the main benefits of the tariff.

Price Promise - If you could save more than £1 a week elsewhere at typical use, we'll email you‡‡
Variable prices - can go up or down. Competitive rates for any meter type and no end date or contract renewals
It’s easier to budget and plan effectively with fixed prices until at least 31 March 2017
Low fixed energy prices until at least February 2017 with no nasty exit fees
Fixed price What's this?
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With a fixed-price tariff, the price you pay for your energy remains the same until the tariff ends, even if market prices go up.

YesFixed until 30 June 2016NoYesFixed until 31 March 2017YesFixed until 28 February 2017
Exit fee What's this?
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Some tariffs come with termination or ‘early exit’ charges if you leave before the tariff end date. No EDF Energy tariff comes with these charges.

Payment method What's this?
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This is the method you use to pay for your energy. It includes Direct Debit, Cash/Cheque or Prepayment.

  • Direct Debit
  • Cash/Cheque
  • Direct Debit
  • Cash/Cheque
  • Prepayment
  • Prepayment
  • Direct Debit
  • Cash/Cheque
Online account management What's this?
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You can manage your energy account with us online anytime you like with MyAccount

14-day cooling off period What's this?
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This is the time you have to change your mind if you decide you don’t want us to be your supplier.


The tariffs you can see here are only available if you have a standard, prepayment or E7 meter. We do have other tariffs open to customers with different meter types. If you’d like more information on these, please give us a call on 0800 096 9000*.

Why choose EDF Energy?

Our price promise‡‡

With our unique Blue+Price Promise tariff, we’ll tell you when another supplier is more than £1 a week cheaper (that’s £52 a year) at typical use. Find out more

UK Based call centres

All of our call centres are based in the UK
Electricity backed by low-carbon generation††
You’ll also be safe in the knowledge that our Blue electricity is backed by low-carbon generation††

Why buy online?

  • Safe & secure
    To ensure  your data is secure, our website uses SSL (Secure Socket Layer) to protect the information you provide us. 
  • Instant quote - saved for 14 days
    We’ll  send you an email copy of your quote and save it for 14 days.
  • Peace of mind guarantee

    You won’t  find our tariffs are cheaper over the phone or on price comparison sites -  they’re the same price however you choose to sign up. 

All prices are VAT inclusive unless otherwise stated

‡‡ Our Price Promise means we’ll let you know if another tariff has a projected annual bill of £52 or more cheaper at typical use, which we treat as being £1 per week or more cheaper. We include Direct Debit and dual fuel discounts we know of, not other benefits.  Ofgem typical use figures from 1 January 2014 will be 3,200kWh electricity, 13,500kWh gas or 4,600kWh of electricity  for Economy 7 customers.

Estimated bill is based on the relevant regional prices and selected payment type for customers at typical consumption, which is currently defined by Ofgem as 3,200kWh for Standard meter electricity and 13,500 kWh for Standard meter gas, and as 4,600 kWh of electricity for Economy 7 customers. The quarterly bill is calculated by dividing the annual bill by four and the monthly bill is calculated by dividing the annual bill by twelve.

†† Low-carbon electricity purchased for Blue is supplied into the National Grid. Blue customers receive electricity via the National Grid, not directly from low-carbon generators. 

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