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Price Change

What is the price change?

It is an increase of 13.8%. This increase is due to increases in the costs of producing electricity, such as the cost of fuel used in power stations. It means a typical bill will go up £1.33 per week which is equivalent to 19p per day and for Keypad customers this will be a typical increase of £1.29 per week which is the equivalent to 18p per day. Despite this increase, Power NI prices are still lower than they were 5 years ago.

This rate change is agreed with the Utility Regulator who is responsible for ensuring that the bills consumers pay reflects the efficient costs of providing the service, so our customers can be confident the price they pay is fair.

[15% lower than GB UK average; 20% lower than average prices in Ireland and 7% lower than the EU average]. [Typical bill based on annual consumption of 3,200kWh inc 5% VAT.  Credit is increasing from £496.61 to £565.15 at Power NI’s standard rate.  Keypad is increasing from £484.18 to £551.04 at Power NI’s Keypad standard rate.]