Fixed-rate energy tariffs remain a popular choice among both residential and commercial energy consumers, offering the advantage of stable unit prices for effective energy bill management.
However, given the recent volatility in the whole energy supply market, there is growing scepticism about the continued value for money provided by fixed-price tariffs.
Despite the protective measures of the energy price cap, which shields households from high energy costs, 2023 has witnessed pervasive concerns about rising prices.
This extends beyond residential energy users to business energy consumers. To aid both sectors in evaluating the viability of fixed-rate energy tariffs in 2023 and anticipating future scenarios, we have compiled this guide on everything you need to know about fixed energy deals.
Given the diverse array of electricity and gas tariffs and deals saturating the supply energy market, individuals and businesses often find themselves deliberating over the suitability of 1, 2, and 3-year fixed energy tariffs.