Our tariffs – dual fuel only

Our energy prices are a combination of a daily standing charge and a cost per unit of electricity and gas.
Energy is measured in kiloWatt Hours (kWH). Our current tariffs are:

Future 17 Spring Fixed

Standing Charge: 25p
Gas: 2.6p
Electricity: 12.8p
£30.00 per fuel exit fee
12 months fixed term

Future Variable Tracker

Standing Charge: 25p
Gas: 2.3p
Electricity: 12.6p
No exit fee
Variable

Estimated Annual Costs (based on Ofgem statistics)

Low Medium High
Future 17 Spring Fixed £646.50 £904.30 £1,239.30
Future Variable Tracker £618.50 £860.60 £1176.10

Ofgem (the Office for Gas and Electricity Markets) regulates the energy industry. They say that as of 1st September 2015 the average annual use for a UK household is 3,100 kWH for electricity and 12,500 kWH for gas

 


 

The fuel mix

In accordance with The Electricity (Fuel Mix Disclosure) Regulations 2005, all electricity suppliers are obliged to publish details of the mix of fuels used to generate the electricity supplied to you, including its impact on the environment.

The table below details the mix of fuels used in supplying your electricity for the latest reporting period and the UK fuel mix for the same period.

Fuel Mix 1/4/15 – 31/03/2016 Future Energy* UK Fuel Mix*
Coal 19% 17%
Natural Gas 33% 32%
Nuclear 13% 24%
Renewable 28% 24%
Other 7% 3%
Total Cost 100% 100%

*Source: PXlimited, published 1st October 2016
*Source: DBEIS – Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

 

The environmental impact information of grams per kWh of electricity supplied is provided below calculated on the basis of figures provided by the DBEIS (Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy).

The table below details these emissions in with the UK comparison.

Emissions 1/4/15 – 31/03/2016 Future Energy* UK Comparison*
Carbon Dioxide Emissions 331.2 g/kWh 290 g/kWh
Radioactive waste 0.001 g/kWh 0.007 g/kWh

*Source: PXlimited, published 1st October 2016
*Source: DBEIS – Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy