New Fixed Tariff from Hebrides Energy Until November 2019

Would you like the peace of mind of having a fixed rate electricity tariff?

Did you know that your tariff with Hebridean Energy will stay the same until November 2019, at a time when many energy providers have been increasing their prices?

We think that you really need to consider the fixed rate that Hebrides Energy have available before the cold weather really kicks in. We think that you could be surprised at how much you could save yourself by switching before Christmas.  

Hebrides Energy rates are available for those on Standard, Economy 7 and Economy 10 as well as the Take Control (TC) fixed tariff that is already available for customers on Total Heating Total Control until September 2019. 

The new rates for a standard meter are 15.94p per unit and a standing charge of 23.19p.  Below is a table showing the Economy 7, Economy 10 and Total Heat Total Control fixed rates: 

Economy 7 and Economy 10

 

ECONOMY 7

ECONOMY 10

Day

15.99p

15.99p

Night 

10.69p

10.69p

Standing Charge

26.99p

32.04p

 

Take Control

 

Take Control

Heating

10.47p

Standard

18.00p

Standing Charge

14.00p

 

Switching is a short and simple process that can be completed online or by phone and there are no exit fees for those who wish to return to their original energy provider at a later date. Savings may vary for each household. If you would like to find out more information, please visit https://our-power.co.uk/hebrides or call 0808 189 4436.

If you live in the Outer Hebrides and would like further assistance and advice on switching your energy supplier, you can contact Tighean Innse Gall on 01851 706121 or info@tighean.co.uk

About Hebrides Energy

Hebrides Energy is a Community Interest Company working in partnership with licensed UK Energy supplier, Our Power, to give consumers in the Outer Hebrides access to competitively priced electricity.  Partners in Hebrides Energy are:  Hebridean Housing Partnership, Tighean Innse Gall, The Stornoway Trust, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar and Community Energy Scotland.