Here you’ll find some information about our tariff.

About your electricity tariff
Supplier Breeze Energy Supply Limited
Tariff Name Breeze Fixed 1 Year January 2018
Tariff Type Fixed
Payment method Monthly Direct Debit
Unit Rate See rates below
Standing Charge See rates below
Tariff ends on 12 months from supply start date
Exit fees (if you cancel this tariff before the end date) None
Discounts and additional charges None
Additional products or services included None

 

About your gas tariff
Supplier Breeze Energy Supply Limited
Tariff Name Breeze Fixed 1 Year January 2018
Tariff Type Fixed
Payment method Monthly Direct Debit
Unit Rate See rates below
Standing Charge See rates below
Tariff ends on 12 months from supply start date
Exit fees (if you cancel this tariff before the end date) None
Discounts and additional charges None
Additional products or services included None

 

Distribution region Standing Charge (per day) Unit Rate (per kWh)
Gas Electricity Gas Electricity
East England 18.80p 17.85p 2.7405p 11.45p
East Midlands 18.38p 17.85p 2.7930p 11.45p
London 18.38p 18.38p 2.8455p 11.60p
North Wales, Merseyside and Cheshire 21.2625p 19.43p 2.8455p 11.39p
West Midlands 18.90p 19.74p 2.8455p 11.13p
North East England 18.375p 18.375p 2.8455p 11.55p
North West England 19.43p 18.90p 2.8455p 11.76p
North Scotland
South Scotland 18.90p 17.85p 2.8455p 11.97p
South East England 18.90p 18.90p 2.8455p 12.23p
Southern England 18.90p 18.90p 2.8455p 11.97p
South Wales 20.21p 19.95p 2.8455p 11.87p
South West England 24.15p 24.15p 2.8455p 11.76p
Yorkshire 18.90p 18.69p 2.8455p 11.34p

Please note that all rates include VAT at 5%.

frequently asked questions

What is a kWh?
– A kWh stands for kilowatt-hour- the unit used to measure energy use. 1 kWh will power a 40-watt lightbulb for 25 hours.
Why are there different prices for different regions?
– Different regions have varying costs for supplying gas and electricity to customer’s homes, so our different charges reflect this.
How long does the switch take?
– Our switching process takes 21 days. We will contact you for your first meter read, which we can receive up to 5 days before or after your switch date.
What happens with my old supplier?
– You don’t need to notify your old supplier- however we recommend finding out from them if you are liable for any exit fees, and to ask them about arrangements for cancelling your direct debit with them.