Electricity tariffs

davyk31

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Read online about people in England having tariffs that cost 4p per unit so they can charge mega cheap. I’m with Power Ni at about 17p at whatever time and whenever I take a quick look around I never find anything much better. Might go for an EV soon for the daily and the cheaper I can get the electric the more the sums to swap will make sense

What is anyone on here on and any downsides to a cheaper tariff or supplier?
 

wes

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Think theres very little difference in electric supplier prices here, best thing i done was get the solar panels in back when the roc payments were available
 

Apis

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Electric Ireland NI day/night has approx 18p day and 9p at night. Leave car plugged in and set timer.
Something similar to Economy 7.
 

davyk31

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That electric Ireland night tariff doesn’t sound too bad as currently I’m on about 18p day or night with PowerNI. Have also registered from the other link above to find out more on their new electric car tariff.
 

Mark Irwin

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I got the solar panels when ROCs were on the go 8 years ago and have now got another system on the garage with solar batteries; great job.
 

Ciaran

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That electric Ireland night tariff doesn’t sound too bad as currently I’m on about 18p day or night with PowerNI. Have also registered from the other link above to find out more on their new electric car tariff.
Me too. For all the electric I use to charge the car the savings aren't great by the time I pay the standing charges for the lower tariff.
 
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