Are you aware of the impact your postcode has on your energy costs? Many people don’t know that energy prices differ between regions. So, if you live in the West Midlands, you could be paying more or less for your energy than other areas of the UK.
But don’t fret, here at Love Energy Savings, we factor in your location when comparing energy deals and seek to find you the best energy tariffs available in your area.
Try our free energy price comparison tool today to find cheap energy deals in the West Midlands.
How do energy prices in the West Midlands compare to the rest of the UK?
There are a number of factors that can affect energy prices in a particular region. This includes the number of customers an energy provider has, the amount of energy purchased by suppliers in the region, and how much your supplier pays to the local distribution network.
Domestic energy prices in the West Midlands
In the West Midlands, the average electricity bill is slightly higher than the national average. The price of the average gas bill is marginally lower than the national average cost.
|National Average Electricity Bill||West Midlands Average Electricity Bill||National Average Gas Bill||West Midlands Average Gas Bill|
Business energy prices in the West Midlands
To help us compare business energy prices across the regions, we’ve sourced British Gas’ deemed unit rates for half hourly meter business customers.
The figures show that the average unit rates for business electricity in the West Midlands are higher than the national average. However, the standing charge is lower than the national average cost.
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|21.59p/kWh||22.89p/kWh||41.55p per day||35.10p per day|
You should be cognisant of the fact that these rates will not be the cheapest deals available in the West Midlands. You should always compare energy deals to find the best energy tariff for your home and needs.
Who is the incumbent supplier for the West Midlands?
Every region has an incumbent supplier who is the main and default provider of electricity or gas. If you live in the West Midlands, your incumbent electricity supplier is Npower and British Gas is your incumbent gas supplier.
If you have a new home, these suppliers will automatically become your energy suppliers unless you organise a supplier switch. Anyone who hasn’t switched suppliers for a number of years is likely to be on the incumbent supplier’s standard energy tariff. Rates on these tariffs can be high and you would almost certainly save money by comparing energy prices and switching to a new supplier.
Compare energy prices in the West Midlands
Comparing energy prices could help you save a significant amount on your energy bills, especially if you haven’t switched suppliers for some time.
Here at Love Energy Savings, we can help you find the most suitable energy tariff for your home, needs and budget.
Using our expertise in the energy industry, we are able to conduct professional comparisons of the energy deals available on the market from the leading Big Six suppliers, as well as smaller independent companies.
Using our quick and simple comparison tool, you can take your pick from the cheapest energy deals available in your region and be on the fast-track to reducing your energy bills.
Why switch with Love Energy Savings?
Whether you live in Birmingham, Wolverhampton or Coventry, our team will be able to help you find a suitable energy tariff for your property. We strive to make the process of comparing energy prices as simple and seamless as possible, prioritising your needs and satisfaction.
Many people find it difficult to compare energy deals and may find factors such as unit rates and standing charges hard to understand. But not to worry, here at Love Energy Savings, you can leave the hard work to the experts and simply make your choice from the options we provide you with – all of which will be suitable for your home.
Additionally, an advisor from our team will be by your side to help you through the process from start to finish. They will answer any questions you may have and ensure that you are up to date on the progress of your switch.
All you need to do to begin the comparison process is provide us with your address, postcode, contact information and just a few details about your current supplier.
Try our free online comparison tool today.