Southern Electric is owned by SSE which manages one of the largest distribution networks in the UK
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Latest Southern Electric price changes
SSE last raised prices in November 2013. The 8.2% increase impacted all customers of SSE's subsidiaries, including those on plans from Southern Electric.
Later in 2013, the supplier announced it would reduce its price rise in line with government-led cuts to green levies. This would result in an overall price rise for Southern Electric customers of 4.2%
The table below shows which of the big six suppliers, including Southern Electric's parent company, SSE, recently changed their prices, by how much, when this change will take effect and customers' average annual bill amount.
|Supplier||Date effective||Avg price change (%)||Avg bill size*|
|Jan 3 2014||3.9%||£1,237|
|18 Jan 2014||3.7%||£1,240|
|Jan 1 2014||6%||£1,265|
|Jan 31 2014||5.3%||£1,284|
|Mar 24 2014||4.2%||£1,259|
|Feb 28 2014||7.8%||£1,299|
*Based on a medium energy user on a standard dual fuel tariff, paying on receipt of bill, with bill sizes averaged across all regions.
Southern Electric price history
2012-2011Previous to this, SSE raised its prices in October 2012, when the supplier increased rates by 9%. Before that, in March 2012, the SSE Group reduced its gas tariffs by 4.5%.
And previous to that, Southern Electric increased its gas prices by 18% or £118 on gas and 11% or £49 on electricity from September 2011.
Southern Electric increased its gas prices by 9.4% on 1st December 2010. On 29th March 2010, Southern Electric cut its gas prices by 4% for dual fuel customers, 7% for single fuel customers and 9% for pre-payment customers.
Southern Electric cut its gas prices by 4% and its electricity prices by 9% in March 2009.
How do SSE (Southern Electric's parent company) generate energy?
Average from all UK suppliers
Green (renewable) energy is from sources such as wind, solar and hydro-electric. Information taken from the Energy Saving Trust.