EDF Energy reviews, prices and tariffs
EDF is one of the UK’s largest energy suppliers. EDF arrived in the UK in 2002 and is wholly owned with the French state company EDF (Electricite de France). EDF Energy are the UKs largest producer if low-carbon electricity.
EDF are responsible for the supply of gas and electricity to around 5.5 million customers, both for domestic and business energy. EDF are committed to helping Britain achieve the Net Zero goal. As EDF is the largest generator of zero carbon electricity, they continue to invest in generating zero carbon electricity from wind, nuclear and solar.
EDF offer a variety of options for both domestic and business energy customers. They offer:
- Online Account Management
- Flexible Tariffs
- Smart Meters
- Boiler Covers
- Smart Home Devices
- 24/7 support
Business Energy Customers
- Flexible and simple purchasing
- Expert advice on energy management
- Usage insights
- Custom tariffs
- Online management
- Direct Debit Discount
With over 17,447 reviews on Trustpilot, they have a great rating of 4.2 out of a possible 5 stars.
EDF Energy is a wholly owned subsidiary of the French state-owned EDF Group (Electricité de France), which is one of Europe’s largest energy companies.
The Global headquarters of EDF is located in central London. The address is:
EDF Trading (Global headquarters)
3rd Floor, Cardinal Place
80 Victoria Street
EDF customer service team for new customers can be contacted on 0333 200 5110.
Alternatively, a Love Energy Savings representative can handle all communications with EDF Energy should you choose to switch to or from a EDF Energy tariff through our comparison engine.
EDF Prices and Tariffs
EDF Energy offer a variety of tariffs for both domestic and business customers.
Domestic Customer Tariffs
The average price of the Energy Direct May23v3 is £115 per month (£1,364.53 annually).
- 2-year fixed
- Electricity standing charge: 23.05p per day
- Gas standing charge 26.20p per day
- Exit fee £35 per fuel
The average price of the Easy Online + BoilerCare Gold is £116 (£1,375.69 annually).
- 2-year fixed
- Electricity standing charge: 24.39p per day
- Gas standing charge: 26.59p per day
- Exit fee £30 per fuel
- Boiler cover (£50 call out fee)
Average price calculations are based on a family of 4 living in a 3 bedroom house.
Business Energy Tariffs
EDF offer a variety of business energy tariffs to suit every type of business user from micro- business right up to large businesses.
Please note that if you compare with Love Energy Savings, cheaper prices may be available as we have negotiated exclusive deals with a wide range of suppliers. You can compare prices here.
EDF won 7 uSwitch awards in 2021, including the following:
- Supplier of the year – Large Supplier Winner 2021
- Best Value for Money – Large Supplier Winner 2021
- Best Online Experience – Large Supplier 2021
To cancel your energy contract with British Gas simply get in touch with them. They will send you a final meter reading. This may need a professional reading for accuracy.
Typically, British Gas charge £40 per fuel for domestic contract cancellations.
Businesses are advised to not break their business energy contract as it comes with substantial penalty fees.
In the period from April 2019 to March 2020, the percentage of electricity from each source was as follows:
Coal - 3.5%, Gas - 9.3%, Nuclear - 66.6%, Renewable - 20.5%.
How to switch to EDF Energy
Switching to EDF from your current provider is easy with Love Energy Savings. Simply enter your details here to generate energy quotes for your home or business. Then, select the EDF tariff that best meets your needs.
Our operators will handle the rest, including communicating with your current provider and the team at EDF. That way, you don’t need to do a thing.
List of Business Energy Suppliers
At Love Energy Savings, we work with the following energy suppliers:
- Avanti Gas
- British Gas
- Crown Gas & Power
- Dual Energy
- Gazprom Energy
- Octopus Energy
- Scottish Power
- Total Gas & Power
Who is the cheapest energy provider for businesses?
The cheapest energy provider for businesses will depend on a number of factors, such as:
- Your location
- The size of your premises
- Your current supplier
- Current spend on business energy
- Current consumption of kWh units and current standing charges
- Meter type (standard, economy 7, maximum demand or half hourly)
The easiest way to find the cheapest energy provider is to compare energy prices.
Who is the best energy supplier?
Choosing the best energy supplier for your business is very important. You want to know that the provider you choose will value you as a customer, that you’ll receive excellent customer service and that the company acts with total transparency.
Which? consumer magazine published a survey that compared key suppliers on a number of factors including:
- Bill accuracy
- Customer service (phone)
- Customer service (online)
- Complaints handling
- Helping you understand and reduce energy use
- Value for money
What do I have to do to switch my business energy supplier?
Switching your business energy has never been easier. Once you’ve found a supplier and quote which suits your business’ needs simply hit ‘Buy Now’ or wait for one of our agents to contact you. Once you’re happy to proceed, we’ll handle the entire switch for you. We’ll need a few additional bits of information along the way, but this will all be explained in your welcome pack