With First Control December 2020 v3 you can have price rise protection for 25 months, with peace of mind that you've secured great fixed rates. Plus you'll also be eligible to claim a Nest Thermostat E, worth £199, at no additional cost.
Change the temperature of your home from anywhere1 with the Nest Thermostat E. The Nest Thermostat E is designed with proven energy-saving features2. There's nothing to program – it's all set with a simple schedule that's easy to adjust. It turns itself down when you leave, so you're not heating an empty home.
We're the only UK energy provider to offer Nest Thermostat E, at no additional cost. To find out more click here.1 Remote control requires working internet and Wi-Fi. 2 Energy savings are not guaranteed and depend on energy usage, weather and other factors. Learn more at nest.com/eu/savings. To give you a guideline of what your bill might be when you switch to First Control December 2020 v3 we have calculated a bill for a medium sized home using Ofgem’s national average consumption rates (3,100 kWh of electricity and 12,000 kWh of gas) to be £1,253 annually. Your actual payments will be based on your meter readings and may differ to this guideline figure.
To view full details on each of our tariffs simply answer the questions below by using the drop down menus and insert your postcode in the box at the end. Alternatively, click 'download all rates' to view information for every available tariff.
Simply send your details to us, we’ll set up your Direct Debit, and your payments will automatically come out of your account each month until you contact us.
No dual fuel discount so your unit cost is lower
Often when you have one supplier for both your gas and electricity you are rewarded with a discount. Whilst this sounds good, it can mean that you pay higher prices throughout the year.
With our fixed tariffs your unit cost is lower, so you save from the very start.
If you want to change to a different tariff or energy supplier before the tariff end date you will need to pay an exit fee of £50 for electricity and £50 for gas because you have chosen to fix your prices until this set date.