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SSE Tariffs


Live Tariffs

SSE currently has 3 live tariffs in the market. By live we mean a tariff that is available for customers to sign up to. Energy tariffs that are no longer available for sale, but which exist because many existing British Gas customers are signed up to them, are referred to as preserved tariffs. Tariffs that no longer exist are referred to as expired tariffs.

Standard Energy

This is SSE's Standard tariff. It is a variable rate product which means prices are subject to change on 30 days advance notice.

The tariff has no fixed end date nor is there an exit penalty if you leave this tariff to switch to a different energy supplier. The tariff can be ended on 28 days notice, or 2 days if you are moving home.

For customers with a prepayment meter, this tariff is referred to as Prepayment Standard.

Standard Energy tariff rates were last increased on 15 November 2013.

1 yr Fixed Price Plan Paperless Billing

1 yr Fixed Price Plan was launched on 10 October 2013.

With this tariff your prices are fixed for 1 year from your supply start date.

With this tariff you need to pay by monthly direct debit and agree to receive paperless bills.

You can leave this tariff on 28 days notice. However if you cancel your supply agreement before the end of the 12 month period, SSE will hit you with an exit penalty of £50.

2 Year Fixed Price

2 Year Fixed Price was launched on 10 October 2013.

With this tariff your prices are fixed for 2 years from your supply start date.

Paperless billing is optional with this tariff. Customers who opt for paperless billing will receive an annual discount of £6 (inclusive of VAT) per fuel.

You can leave this tariff on 28 days notice. However if you cancel your supply agreement before the end of the 24 month period, you will incur exit penalty of £50.

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