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Co-operative Energy launches fixed price tariff until March 2017

Posted on 15 November 2013

Ethical energy provider, Co-operative Energy, has today (15 November) launched a fixed price tariff, which guarantees to hold prices for customers until March 2017. 

Customer owned Co-operative Energy has launched the fixed price tariff in response to customer demand for help in better managing their household bills. 

Available to the first 10,000 customers, it’s the first fixed price tariff from Co-operative Energy available to both existing and new customers and will give customers peace of mind by knowing what their energy bills will be for the next four winters.   An average Co-operative Energy dual fuel customer on the fixed tariff will pay £1,365, making it one of the most competitively priced fixed tariffs on the market. 

Ramsay Dunning, group general manager at Co-operative Energy said: “Customers are at the heart of Co-operative Energy and when they told us they wanted a fixed price tariff with prices guaranteed to help them to manage their household bills, we listened. 

“As always we’re committed to ensuring a fair deal for all our customers and the tariff will be available to both existing and new customers. We froze our prices last winter so for those existing customers deciding to switch, this new fixed price tariff will give them continued peace of mind for at least another four winters.  In addition, being part of Co-operative Energy as members, customers will benefit from a share of profits twice a year and know that they’re with an honest, open energy provider committed to putting customers first.” 

For further information on the fixed priced tariff please call 0800 093 7511.

Launched in 2011, Co-operative Energy, which is part of The Midcounties Co-operative, now has 150,000 customers.

 

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