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Tariff Information

The Tariff Information Label (TIL) and Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR) is a simple way for you to compare tariffs and see the benefits of the PFP Energy tariffs.

Simply enter your postcode and select the ‘Get Tariffs’ button, to see the key features of each tariff that is available in your postcode area.

Current Tariffs

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Previous Tariffs

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About this tariff_type tariff
Supplier PFP Energy
Tariff name Simple Clear
Tariff type Variable price tariff
Payment method On Receipt Of Your Bill
Unit rate 18.5430 pence per kWh
Unit rate(s) 18.5430 pence per kWh
Standing charge 26.2290 pence per day
Tariff ends Not applicable
Price guaranteed until Not applicable
Exit fees (if you cancel this tariff before the end date) Not applicable
Duel fuel discount Not applicable
Online discount Not applicable
Additional products or services Not applicable
Illustrative tariff_type cost on this tariff
Assumed annual consumption Not applicable
Estimated annual cost Not applicable
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR) 20.99 p/kWh

All prices include VAT.

Frequently asked questions

Q - What is kWh (kilowatt-hour)?
A - A kWh stands for kilowatt hour – this is the unit that's used to measure energy use. For example, 1kWh will power a 40 watt light bulb for 25 hours.

Q - What is Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)?
A - The TCR allows you to compare your tariff to another tariff to see the comparison. It's based on an average user of gas or electricity. It's not based on annual usage – so please just use it as a guide.

Q - How do I spend less on my energy?
A - One of the best ways to spend less on your energy is to use less; please visit our website, or call for details on how to access home energy efficiency advice.