From 1st October, our Standard tariff prices will be increasing. This is to reflect the rising cost of supplying energy to your home.
Our Standard tariff is a variable rate tariff with no exit fees - giving you more flexibility. Our fixed gas and electricity tariffs mean that you can freeze the price so you’re protected from any future energy price rises. View our tariffs to see which is the best for you.
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR) is the price per unit of energy you use displayed in kWh. The unit rate uses the average, Ofgem provided, annual consumption -1 kWh will power a 40 watt light bulb for 25 hours.
Tariff Information Label (TIL) gives you the key facts about a tariff upfront and in one place. It lets you know any exit fees or special rewards that may apply to the tariff.
A Personal Projection is a personalised quote based on your home and your consumption. It gives you the best possible estimate on how much energy you will pay to help you pick the right tariff.
• Get a personalised Quote
• Select and switch
• We'll take care of the rest - including arranging the move from your current supplier
• It shouldn’t take longer than 2.5 weeks to switch to us
A: If Sainsbury’s Energy already supplies the energy at your new property, your transfer should take no more than 2.5 weeks. Even if Sainsbury's Energy isn't the current supplier, it'll take 2.5 weeks. Your energy supply won't be affected in the meantime.
Q: How do I pay my bill?
A: We offer a monthly fixed Direct Debit which means you can spread your energy costs evenly throughout the year. We calculate your annual consumption and divide it into equal monthly payments, giving you the security of knowing what your energy costs are from one month to the next.Q: What are the benefits of paying by Direct Debit?
A: Paying by Direct Debit allows you to spread the cost of your annual bills, so you don't have to pay more in winter when you use the most energy. It’s convenient and the Direct Debit guarantee gives you peace of mind that you can rely on this payment method as a reliable, safe way of paying. What’s more, you get a discounted unit rate when you pay via Direct Debit, lowering the cost of your energy.