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npower launches new fixed energy tariff

npower launches new fixed energy tariff

Category: Utilities

Updated: 13/05/2013
First Published: 13/05/2013

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One of the UK's largest energy providers, npower, has revealed its latest three-year fixed energy tariff.

The Price Fix September 2016 tariff will cost an average of £1,318 per year and has no exit penalty charges should consumers wish to switch to another provider in the meantime.

Fixed until 30 September 2016, the tariff could save households up to £102 in comparison with the average annual UK energy bill of £1,420, according to the independent price comparison site Energyhelpline.

Mark Todd director of Energyhelpline, said: "npower's Price Fix September 2016 is not the cheapest tariff out there, but in a market where prices rise much more than they fall this deal offers consumers much needed security.

"We'd urge consumers to make sure they are getting the best deal they can, and be savvy when it comes to switching."

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