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Power NI electricity price cut

Price cut FAQs

What is the Power NI electricity price cut?

It’s a 10.3% cut in prices which means a saving of about £54 a year off a typical household bill. (Saving based on typical consumption of 3,200 units used at Power NI’s standard rate, incl VAT of £54 = April 2015 typical bill £524 to April 2016 typical bill £470 = £54)

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What does the Power NI price cut mean for Keypad customers?

The increase is effective 1st April for all customers. From Tuesday 15th March when customers buy a ‘top up,’ they will get a special, one-off price change powercode (40 or 60 digits, depending on your tariff).

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How can I reduce my energy bills?

Power NI offer a range of discounted payment options for savings year in year out. Energy Online, the paperless billing option, can save you up to £60** each year and offers a range of online account facilities to make managing your energy, easy

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What is Power NI doing to help customers who may have difficulty in paying their energy bills?

Power NI offer a range of discounted payment options for savings year in year out. Energy Online, the paperless billing option, can save you up to £60* each year and offers a range of online account facilities to make managing your energy, easy.

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What does the Power NI price mean for Direct Debit customers?

The aim of monthly direct debit is to get the customer account balance as close to zero as possible in 12 months’ time.

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