New rate table for January

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EdF have now posted their rate table for January - so we can start to see what the effect of the change in the background OFGEM cap is.

Should be almost identical to this for all single-rate variable tariffs, but as usual E7 will vary (but keep the same weighted average at 58:42).

https://www.edfenergy.com/sites/default/files/government_energy_price_guarantee_prices._standard_variable_deemed_and_welcome._credit_meters.pdf

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  • EssexHebridean
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    Error on the Eastern area PAYG night rate by the looks of it. 
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    Balance as at 01/09/23 = £115,000.00
    Balance as at 31/12/23 = £112,000.00
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  • [Deleted User]
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    Error on the Eastern area PAYG night rate by the looks of it. 
    The way things have been going in the last few months, you never know.
  • EssexHebridean
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    Frankly if they were offering that, even I would give consideration to going back to them and getting a PAYG meter installed! 😆
    🎉 MORTGAGE FREE (First time!) 30/09/2016 🎉 And now we go again…New mortgage taken 01/09/23 🏡
    Balance as at 01/09/23 = £115,000.00
    Balance as at 31/12/23 = £112,000.00
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  • Astria
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    Sounds like my electric cost will rise then from 33.73p/kWh to 33.84p/kWh
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    edited 2 December 2022 at 11:26AM
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    And here's a single-rate comparison (exc. VAT) that I made from the government data (rather than the EdF sheet but I hope it matches!).


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    edited 29 December 2022 at 6:45PM
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    And here's a single-rate comparison (exc. VAT) that I made from the government data (rather than the EdF sheet but I hope it matches!).


    You might want to do a inc VAT table as well, for the people who don't want the hassle of adding VAT themselves, I was confused for a moment before I realized it was ex vat.


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    edited 29 December 2022 at 6:45PM
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    Astria said:
    And here's a single-rate comparison (exc. VAT) that I made from the government data (rather than the EdF sheet but I hope it matches!).


    You might want to do a inc VAT table as well, for the people who don't want the hassle of adding VAT themselves, I was confused for a moment before I realized it was ex vat.


    I intend to - but that spreadsheet is at home and I am not.
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