Click Energy have announced they are increasing prices for electricity customers in Northern Ireland by 16% from 1st October 2021.
This comes hot on the heels of a 9% price rise by Click Energy that only came into effect on 1st September 2021. And as we head towards the start of winter our home energy use really starts to ramp up so these increases will be unwelcome news for Click Energy customers.
What does the price increase mean for customers?
The latest price change from Click Energy will come into effect from 1st October and will mean a typical bill pay or keypad customer will have to find an extra £100 per year.
The price increase applies to the tariff unit rate only. The daily standing charge applied by Click Energy will not change. A standing charge is a fixed amount added on top of your tariff rate to cover an energy supplier’s fixed costs – to pay for supplying your house with power.
Taken together, the price increase on 1st September and price increase on 1st October, will mean electricity bills for Click Energy customers will have increased by around £155.
To see what difference these latest price changes will make to your bill compare electricity prices with www.powertoswitch.co.uk. We have already factored in what this price increase will mean for your electricity bill.
Click Energy – the Company
Since Click Energy entered the electricity market around six years ago, they have grown to have over 32,000 customers which is around 3.9% of the domestic market.
Click Energy offer deals to both Bill Pay and Keypad customers.
Click Energy also operate an exclusive rewards scheme for their customers. ‘Clickbacks’ provides customers with discounts from major high-street brands and supermarkets.
Get in touch with your energy supplier
As everyone realises, we are living in uncertain times. It’s important to get in touch with your energy supplier to discuss any payment issues or concerns and help manage your account.
Even providing an up-to-date meter read can make sure your payments are accurate and up to date.
Finding a better deal…
Yes, all suppliers have been increasing prices – but not to the same degree. There is a different of over £200 between the most expensive and most competitive electricity deal in Northern Ireland.
At ‘Power to Switch’ we compare all tariffs and deals across all electricity suppliers to save you money. Switching is quick, hassle-free and means you keep more money in your pocket. You don’t even have to tell your old supplier you are leaving!!!
* based on Bill Pay and Keypad Standard rate and 3,200 kWh annual consumption