LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Jan 15, 2013) - Energy bills are rising for everyone in the UK, but First Utility customers can still get the cheapest electricity tariff compared with the ''Big 6''.
To bring in the New Year they have launched a new electricity only tariffs which offers their lowest rate available for this type of tariff. It is available to both new and existing customers. Details are as follows:
New iSave v14 Electricity Only:
- Energy saving of up to £48*
- First Utility''s cheapest variable price deal
- Online account management
- Customers can submit monthly meter readings online
- Personalised Energy Saving Tips
Darren Braham, Chief Financial Officer at First Utility said:
"As an independent energy supplier up we do aspire to offer the best value tariffs on the market. Our new tariff aims to help UK households who are facing tough financial times, especially with Christmas just past, by giving them a fighting chance with real savings."
The new tariff is available through the First Utility website, switching sites and selected partners of First Utility.
Existing customers will retain any duel fuel discount accrued to date and it will be paid on the 12 month anniversary of their supply start date. New customers will not accrue a DFD with this product.
Visit First Utility''s website for further information on this tariff and other ways that you can save energy and money.
About First Utility
First Utility is the UK''s largest independent energy supplier. It supplies gas and electricity to over 160,000 residential and business customers throughout the UK. First Utility reviews is pioneering the use of new technology within the energy sector to empower its customers to control their energy spend. It was also the first UK energy supplier to offer smart meters to all its customers in 2008. In 2012 it launched my:energy, an online analytics service which provides households and businesses with personalised information regarding their energy usage.
* Prices correct as of 11th December 2012 - savings figure compared to an average annual bill from a "Big Six" standard tariff dual fuel customer with an average consumption of 16,500 kWh for gas and 3,300 kWh for electricity.