Gas and Electricity Prices in the North East
Find the latest gas and electricity prices in the North East with advice from Love Energy Savings.
That is why when you compare energy prices with Love Energy Savings, we ask for your postcode do determine which area you are.
The easiest way to save money on your energy bills is by finding a cheaper tariff using our online comparison engine.
The cost of energy prices varies depending on how many energy suppliers operate in your area, how expensive it is to deliver energy in your region and the population.
Millions of people in the UK have never switched energy supplier and are overpaying for the energy they use.
Many people are put off switching to a new supplier, assuming that it is time consuming or difficult. That’s where Love Energy Savings comes in.
Love Energy Savings offer a completely free domestic and commercial energy switching service. We guide you through the switching process, minimising the administrative burden and offering impartial advice.
To find out if you could save, fill out our online energy comparison tool and let us do the rest.
In the Eastern area, average domestic electricity prices are slightly above the national average, while domestic gas prices are slightly below, as shown in the table below:
|National Average Electricity Bill||Eastern Average Electricity Bill||National Average Gas Bill||Eastern Average Gas Bill|
To help you compare regional electricity prices for your area, below is British Gas’ deemed unit rates for half hourly meter business customers.
The unit rate and standing charge for business electricity in Eastern is slightly above the national average as you can see in the table.
|National Average Unit Costs||Eastern Average Unit Costs||National Average Standing Charge||Eastern Average Standing Charge|
|21.59p/kWh||22.77p/kWh||41.55p per day||42.36p per day|
Remember that these prices do not reflect the cheapest deal you can find in your area. To find out how much you could be saving on your domestic or commercial energy bills complete an energy price comparison.
An incumbent energy supplier is basically the default energy supplier, and this varies depending on where you live.
Residents of the East of England have EON Energy as the incumbent electricity supplier and British Gas as the incumbent gas supplier.
If you have never switched energy supplier, you will probably be with the incumbent supplier on a standard energy tariff. Standard energy tariffs are much more expensive than many of the contracts available, so make sure you check who your energy supplier is and contact us if you would like to switch.
Many people don’t realise they are overpaying for the energy you use. If you have been with the same energy supplier for over a year and not changed contract, you are almost certainly paying more than you need.
Love Energy Savings compares the prices of all the available energy suppliers and tariffs in your area and can tell you in seconds how much you could save.