Tariff Information Label (TIL)

To find the TILs for one or more of our tariffs, please enter your postcode as the information will vary based on where you live. You do not need to provide any information other than your postcode, but we would recommend that you use the filters to avoid being overloaded with information.

What is a Tariff Information Label (TIL)?

The TIL gives you all the information you need about a tariff in a standard format, to let you easily compare products. Each TIL is specific to the location of your property, fuel type (Gas or Electricity) and payment method.

The TIL contains information about the tariff, such as, costs for unit rates, standing charge costs, Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR), and discounts.

About your tariff

Standard Rate

You’ll be charged for the energy you use each month at Powershop’s standard rate and any Powerpacks you buy will be discounted against this. If you don’t purchase any Powerpacks to cover your usage you’ll pay this rate for all the energy you use.

Easy Saver Promise

The Easy Saver Promise is an introductory offer to help you get used to a different way of buying energy, and provide the reassurance that you won’t lose out while you’re trying it out. This is the maximum you will pay for your electricity over the first year as a Powershop customer. It includes both the price per kilowatt hour (£/kWh) and Powershop’s standing charge (£/day). To achieve the promised price you will need to log into your account on the Powershop website or app regularly, keep your meter reading up-to- date, and buy Powerpacks. Powershop will review your account each quarter and help keep you on track. If you have paid more than the promised price, your Powershop account will be credited to make good the difference.

Easy Saver – Shop for Powerpack offers

You could save significantly more than the Easy Saver Promise price if you buy all the Powerpacks that are available to you each month. The more of your usage you cover with Powerpacks the less you will pay. The savings quoted are based on a typical usage pattern.