• The new Green Star Energy tariff offers unlimited gas and electricity, the only one on the market
  • Tariffs are calculated based on last year's bill and banded into an annual cost starting at £855
  • Customers will never be charged more than their band, irrespective of usage

20th February 2017 – A new and exclusive ‘unlimited’ tariff by Green Star Energy, has today launched on The new, one-year, fixed dual fuel tariff is called Unlimited 12M and is available to customers from 20th February to 5th March.

The launch of this unique energy tariff follows recent announcements from two of the Big 6 – Npower and Scottish Power – that prices are being hiked up by up to 15%. As consumers increasingly face bill uncertainty from higher energy prices, the temptation may be to turn down the heating, but this tariff allows households to keep warm, safe in the knowledge that regardless of their consumption levels, they will never face a bill shock, or be in debt to their provider.

The tariff is banded and consumers will pay depending on their energy usage from the previous year. For lower consumption households, prices start at just £72 per month, with the heaviest usage properties being charged no more than £1,287. The structure of the tariff means that customers are set to benefit from being able to budget effectively for their energy bills. From the elderly, where almost a third (32%) ration their energy usage to keep bills down, to shared households struggling with high and fluctuating energy bills, this tariff offers complete certainty over those monthly charges.

Peter Earl

Peter Earl

Head of Energy

“We all dread bills, and with energy bills, customers have no guarantee that the estimated bill will be a true reflection of what they will end up paying. This tariff is extremely innovative in the energy market and offers certainty for consumers as the cost of living increases. Having access to unlimited energy for a set cost, enables households to budget efficiently without having to turn the heating down. The recent price hikes will create further uncertainty over bill pricing for consumers that are just about managing, with standard variable tariffs set to increase by an average of £100."

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