Understand my Energy Bill
Most of the communication between you and your energy supplier occurs via your energy bill. More than 200 millions energy bills are issued every year in the UK.
If you don’t understand the information on your bill, have a look below, we broke down your energy bill in 2 steps and explained all the information you should know.
1. How are bills calculated:
The majority of energy bills are estimated. The accuracy of your bill rely on two” factors:
Regular readings from your Electricity and your Gas meters provided to your supplier
Meter readers allowed to access easily to read meters
Below are the breakdowns for your gas and your electricity bills. In December 2012, the average gas bill for a standard account is £811 and for electricity it is £531. These prices are based on average annual consumption figures (16,500 kWh for Gas and 3,300 kWh for Electricity), averaged across Great Britain. Please note that the numbers may not sum to 100% due to rounding.