Utility bills calculator

Accurately estimate your household bills in seconds!

Find out how much you need to pay for utilities

Calculations are based on the current energy price cap & water rates*. Choose an average usage band or use your actual usage to estimate your bills.

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* Electricity unit rate 28.62p per kWh plus standing charge of 53.4p per day and Gas unit rate 7.42p per kWh plus standing charge of 29.6p per day. Values might not match exactly due to rounding. Based on the Government's Energy Price Guarantee rates and customer with typical usage, paying by direct debit and including VAT at 5%. Rates and standing charges are averages and will vary by region, payment method and meter type. Water rates and typical usage are taken from Thames Water. Unit rates will vary by area and supplier. Rates are effective from 1 April 2024.

Energy Price Cap unit rates & standing charges

The energy price cap is a maximum limit set on energy bills for customers who aren’t under contract. It’s adjusted every 3 months based on wholesale energy prices. Our calculator uses the current price cap units (see right).

 

 

Gas

Electricity

Unit Rate

5.48 p/kWh

22.36 p/kWh

Daily Standing Charge

31.41p

60.12p

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