We give you fixed payments with our Fix & Reward tariff, meaning you'll pay the same amount every month. But it's worth bearing in mind that if you start using more energy, the amount you pay us will increase, even though the price per unit stays the same.
Yes, you can cancel your fixed price energy plan before the 12-month term ends, but exit fees may apply at £30 per fuel.
Yes, we offer a fixed rate tariff for a fixed term of 12 months.
The Sainsbury's Energy Fix and Reward tariff is available to new customers directly via our website or call centre ONLY. This unfortunately excludes existing npower, npowerselect, Wigan Warriors Energy, Wasps Energy and Powershop customers. Our tariff is available to new customers signing up via www.sainsburysenergy.com or through our contact centre on 0800 088 4127*.
No, our tariff isn't available via brokers or price comparison websites. It's only available directly via our website or contact centre.
Information about our Fix & Reward tariff (including prices and terms & conditions) can be found on www.sainsburysenergy.com. Customers who have signed up for this tariff should also be able to access their Terms & Conditions and Tariff Information Label via www.sainsburysenergy.com.
Yes, you can join us as a dual fuel (gas and electricity), electricity only, or gas only customer (please note, single fuel gas is only available via our contact centre). Click here or call 0800 088 4127* for a quote.
We will match your annual consumption for the Fuel Disclosure Period (calculated between 1st April and 31st March) to purchase REGO certificates to offset electricity usage in the fuel disclosure period. Beyond this, there are currently no additional environmental benefits to this tariff.
The ‘normal’ energy supplied to a customer’s home comes from the National Grid and is made up of electricity and gas (if you have both) produced from a variety of sources. We'll match 100% of the normal electricity units that you use and feed the same amount, generated by renewable sources, back into the National Grid. Beyond this, there are currently no additional environmental benefits to this tariff.
The renewable electricity market is fairly advanced, so a large amount of renewable energy certificates for electricity (REGOs) are available. This means we can match 100% of electricity consumption of our customers on the tariff. Renewable gas is a much newer concept, so the number of renewable energy certificates for gas (RGGOs) is limited.
REGOs are Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin Certificates – they essentially provide proof that electricity has been generated from a renewable source. OFGEM issue one REGO per megawatt hour (MwH) of electricity generated from eligible sources to renewable electricity generators.
Sainsbury’s Energy is a partnership between Sainsbury’s and npower. Both companies are committed to pushing sustainability through their business activities.
From the little things such as making our tariffs paperless, through to wider initiatives run by our fellow group companies, we continue to look for ways to balance sustainable practices with cost effective energy.
Looking for more about sustainability in the energy sector? You may find these links useful
You’ll be able to find out more about how Sainsbury’s are making a difference here.