Offers and Deals for You
Fixed pricesEDF Energy offers a Blue+Price Promise April 2016 tariff which comes with a fixed price guaranteeing absolutely no price rises until April 30th 2016 at the very earliest, as well as a Blue+Price Freeeeze February 2018 tariff which promises no price increases until at least February 28th 2018.
Both of these tariffs are available to new and existing customers, do not include any exit fees and are not available for customers with prepayment metres. So if you’re planning on switching your energy tariff and like the idea of knowing exactly what you’re going to pay for the next couple of years, now is the time to do it!
Warm Home DiscountIf you’re struggling to pay your energy bills, you could benefit of up to £140 in the form of a rebate. The Warm Home Discount is a government-led scheme which offers people a one-off payment to help pay their electricity bills.
If you receive the guarantee credit element of pension credit or are over 65 and receive both the savings credit element and guarantee credit element of pension credit then you automatically qualify for the home discount credit. If you qualify, the Department for Work and Pensions will contact EDF Energy, so you don’t need to do anything.
On the other hand, EDF Energy customers who don’t automatically qualify for the discount can apply for the Warm Home Discount – Support Plus if you or your partner living with you receives:
- Income-related employment and support allowance
- Income-based jobseeker’s allowance
- Income support + child or disability allowance
- Child tax credits
- Working tax credit
If you fit in one of those categories, you’ll need to apply for the Warm Home Discount – Support Plus online via the EDF Energy website.
Free energy efficiency measuresWhether or not you’re an EDF Energy customer, you can benefit from free energy efficiency measures if you:
- Receive state pension credit
- Receive tax child credits and have a household income below £15,860
- Receive employment or support allowance
- Receive working tax credit and have a relevant income below £15,860
- Receive income support or job seeker’s allowance
- Live in a government-chosen postcode
If you fit into one of these categories, call EDF Energy to see if you qualify and if you do, an assessment of your home will be carried out and various energy-efficiency improvements will be installed in your home which should keep it warmer and help keep your electricity bills down.