E.ON & E.ON Next Tariffs: Plans and Rates in 2021

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Like all energy companies in the UK, E.ON regularly updates its prices and tariffs. These changes are made as a reaction to fluctuations in wholesale fuel prices and to other outside influences. As small changes to the unit price of energy can have a big impact on your bill, it’s well worth keeping an eye on these 2021 E.On tariffs changes. Especially since we are on the brink of a major change with the smooth transition from E.ON tariffs to E.ON Next 100% renewable tariffs.
Last update: September 2021

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What is E.ON Next?

E.ON Next is the new face of the E.ON group. A new brand within the E.ON portfolio who’s is committed to play its part the transition to a renewable energy world. Indeed all E.ON Next tariff offer 100% renewable electricity and one of their tariffs also offers 100% carbon offset gas.

Obviously current E.ON customers will remain on their E.ON energy plan under the current conditions. Nevertheless E.ON will start encouraging new clients to switch directly to an E.ON Next tariff. Little by little, this will lead to an expansion of the E.ON Next brand.

Can I still subscribe to an E.ON Plan

As of today, when you request a quote on the E.ON website you are automatically redirected to the E.ON Next website. This proves the will to set up E.ON Next as the future of the E.ON group.

Nevertheless you can still switch to an E.ON tariff by calling the commercial teams.

Has npower changed to EON Next?

In 2018 E.ON acquired npower due to a swap of assets between the brands respective German parents Innogy and E.ON. Over the coming weeks all npower customers are gradually being moved over to become customers of this new E.ON Next brand.
Not much will change as both the npower teams and the E.ON Next energy specialists are there to ensure the transition is as smooth as possible. This transition has an impact on several brands of the group such as Powershop or Sainbury’s Energy.

E.ON tariffs compared: Which is the cheapest tariff in September 2021

Like all of the big six energy companies in the UK, E.ON offers a wide choice of tariffs. The supplier has both fixed and variable rate deals available as well as prepayment deals. Also you can opt to get both your gas and electricity from the supplier or go for a single fuel deal.

As we mentioned earlier, E.ON now encourages new clients to switch to their E.ON Next tariffs. But don’t worry, these tariffs mirror exactly the current E.ON tariffs solely making the 100% renewability applicable to all tariffs. We will therefore compare these tariffs based on the E.ON Next advertised rates.

As you probably know, the exact cost of energy will vary depending on the day and where you are in the UK. This can make it hard to compare prices without uploading your personal data. To give you an accurate idea, we picked a specific location in the UK and calculated the average annual cost of all E.ON tariffs there.


Plan Tariff type Average electricity annual cost (£/year) Average gas annual cost (£/year) Average total annual cost (£/year)
Next Flex – Standard Energy Plan Variable Rate £ 651.73* £ 510.68* £ 1,162.41*
Standard Prepayment Energy Plan Prepayment £ 651.30* £ 528.94* £ 1,180.23*
Next Online 12 Month Fixed Rate £ 633.73* £ 493.15* £ 1,126.88*
Next Climate+ 12 Month Fixed Rate £ 633.73* £ 498.15* £ 1,131.88*
Next 1 year 12 Month Fixed Rate £ 820.19* £ 505.17* £ 1,325.35*
Next 2 year 24 Month Fixed Rate £ 651.73* £ 511.16* £ 1,162.89*

* Please note that these prices are for indicative purposes only. Indeed, prices are post-code based and can vary significantly from one region to another. Call our our experts to get the most up-to-date prices for your location.
* Based on the Typical Domestic Consumption Values (TDCV) defined by Ofgem. On average: 2,900 kWh of electricity and 12,000 kWh of gas per year.
Rates are inclusive of VAT at 5%.
Exit fees are £0.


As you can see the cheapest E.ON tariffs in 2021 are fixed term deals. These tariffs fix the amount you pay for a unit of energy for the duration of your contract. This can make it easier to budget and stay on top of your finances.

E.ON different tariffs 2021

E.ON Tariffs & Prices in September 2021

The best way to choose the best E.ON deal for you is to compare and understand the costs that they are made up of. Let’s have a look at the latest deals available, the E.ON Next tariffs.

E.ON Variable Rate Tariffs

Below you can see the cost information of E.ON’s variable rate tariffs:


Plan Tariff type Type of fuel Standing charge (p/day) Unit rate cost (p/kWh) Average total annual cost (£/year) Exit cost (£/fuel)
Next Flex – Standard Energy Plan Variable Rate Electricity 24.88 p* 19.34 p* £ 651.73** £ 0.00
Next Flex – Standard Energy Plan Variable Rate Gas 26.60 p* 3.45 p* £ 510.68** £ 0.00

* Please note that these prices are for indicative purposes only. Indeed, prices are post-code based and can vary significantly from one region to another. Call our our experts to get the most up-to-date prices for your location.
** Based on the Typical Domestic Consumption Values (TDCV) defined by Ofgem. On average: 2,900 kWh of electricity and 12,000 kWh of gas per year.
Rates are inclusive of VAT at 5%.
Exit fees are £0.


E.ON Fixed Rate Tariffs

Here you can find the cost information associated with each of E.ON’s fixed rate tariffs:


Plan Tariff type Type of fuel Standing charge (p/day) Unit rate cost (p/kWh) Average total annual cost (£/year) Exit cost (£/fuel)
Next Online 12 Month Fixed Rate Electricity 19.95 p* 19.34 p* £ 633.73** £ 0.00
Next Online 12 Month Fixed Rate Gas 21.67 p* 3.45 p* £ 493.15** £ 0.00
Next Climate+ 12 Month Fixed Rate Electricity 19.95 p* 19.34 p* £ 633.73** £ 0.00
Next Climate+ 12 Month Fixed Rate Gas 23.04 p* 3.45 p* £ 498.15** £ 0.00
Next 1 year 12 Month Fixed Rate Electricity 71.00 p* 19.34 p* £ 820.19** £ 0.00
Next 1 year 12 Month Fixed Rate Gas 24.96 p* 3.45 p* £ 505.17** £ 0.00
Next 2 year 24 Month Fixed Rate Electricity 24.88 p* 19.34 p* £ 651.73** £ 0.00
Next 2 year 24 Month Fixed Rate Gas 26.60 p* 3.45 p* £ 511.16** £ 0.00

* Please note that these prices are for indicative purposes only. Indeed, prices are post-code based and can vary significantly from one region to another. Call our our experts to get the most up-to-date prices for your location.
** Based on the Typical Domestic Consumption Values (TDCV) defined by Ofgem. On average: 2,900 kWh of electricity and 12,000 kWh of gas per year.
Rates are inclusive of VAT at 5%.
Exit fees are £0.


E.ON Prepayment Tariffs

Below we have listed the cost information associated with E.ON’s most popular prepayment tariff:


Plan Tariff type Type of fuel Standing charge (p/day) Unit rate cost (p/kWh) Average total annual cost (£/year) Exit cost (£/fuel)
Standard Prepayment Energy Plan Prepayment Electricity 28.81 p* 18.83 p* £ 651.30** £ 0.00
Standard Prepayment Energy Plan Prepayment Gas 36.33 p* 3.30 p* £ 528.94** £ 0.00

* Please note that these prices are for indicative purposes only. Indeed, prices are post-code based and can vary significantly from one region to another. Call our our experts to get the most up-to-date prices for your location.
** Based on the Typical Domestic Consumption Values (TDCV) defined by Ofgem. On average: 2,900 kWh of electricity and 12,000 kWh of gas per year.
Rates are inclusive of VAT at 5%.
Exit fees are £0.


E.ON Economy 7 and Economy 10 Tariffs

E.ON also offers a number of Economy 7 and Economy 10 tariff options for homes that have E7 or E10 meters. Important to note that the official average split in energy consumption between peak and off-peak hours for Economy 10 have not been published, which makes it impossible for us to generate ab average annual cost for E10 tariffs.

The cost information on these tariffs are as follows:


Plan Tariff Type Average Electricity Standing Charge (p/day)* Day Rate (p/kWh)* Night Rate (p/kWh)p* Average total annual cost (£/year)** Exit Fee (£)
Next Flex – Standard Energy Plan E7 Variable Rate 24.96 p* 22.66 p* 11.50 p* £ 612.38** £ 0.00
Standard Prepayment Energy Plan E7 24 Month Fixed Rate 28.90 p* 22.23 p* 11.15 p* £ 615.27** £ 0.00
Next Online E7 12 Month Fixed Rate 20.03 p* 22.66 p* 11.50 p* £ 594.37** £ 0.00
Next Climate+ 12 Month Fixed Rate 20.03 p* 22.66 p* 11.50 p* £ 594.37** £ 0.00
Next 1 year E7 12 Month Fixed Rate 23.32 p* 22.66 p* 11.50 p* £ 606.39** £ 0.00
Next 2 year E7 24 Month Fixed Rate 24.96 p* 22.66 p* 11.50 p* £ 612.38** £ 0.00
Next Flex – Standard Energy Plan E10 Variable Rate 24.96 p* 22.66 p* 13.78 p* N/A £ 0.00
Standard Prepayment Energy Plan E10 Prepayment 28.90 p* 22.23 p* 13.42 p* N/A £ 0.00

* Please note that these prices are for indicative purposes only. Indeed, prices are post-code based and can vary significantly from one region to another. Call our our experts to get the most up-to-date prices for your location.
** Based on the Typical Domestic Consumption Values (TDCV) defined by Ofgem. On average: 2,900 kWh of electricity and 12,000 kWh of gas per year.
Rates are inclusive of VAT at 5%.
Exit fees are £0.


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E.ON Business tariffs

E.ON offers a range of business tariffs. If you’re interested in switching your business energy deal visit our dedicated page.

E.ON price changes 2021

In August 2020, E.ON announced that it would be cutting its prices in line with Ofgem’s revised price cap. The cost of the company’s standard variable tariff was cut by around 7%. This reduced the average customer’s annual bill by £84 to around £1,042. This price cut came into effect on 1st October 2020.

This was the second price cut E.ON made in 2020. Earlier in the year the supplier had cut its variable rate by 1% in order to bring it in line with Ofgem’s previous price cap decrease. This price cut came into effect at the beginning of February 2020.

Since them it reverted back to a higher price in reaction to the increase of that same Price Cap and the associated wholesale costs.

These price reductions were seen more or less across the board, with all of the big six, and a number of smaller energy companies, reducing their tariffs by the same amount. As almost all energy companies were required to drop their prices in response to , it means that E.ON tariffs remained comparable with others available on the market.

E.ON tariffs 2021

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FAQ

How much does E.ON charge per kWh?

The E.ON's tariff rates per kWh depends on which tariff plan you are on. It also depends on other variables such as your location or even the time of day that you're using your energy.

However, the average rates per kWh for each of their tariff plans can be found in this article.

What is the E.ON standing charge?

The standing charge depends on which tariff plan that you are on, the averages of the standing charge for each E.ON tariff can be found in this article.

Does E.ON have an exit fee?

E.ON does not have any exit fees for their tariffs.

Has E.ON raised its prices in 2021?

E.ON is likely to raise their rates in the Fall of 2021 as the Energy Price Cap is going to be increased in starting in October.

Updated on 24 Sep, 2021

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Is the E-on tariff Fix online exclusive V66 still available

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Hi Alistair, The Fix Online tariff is still available but E.ON are progressively encouraging new customers to sign up to E.ON Next tariffs. Their new 100% renewable electricity brand. But do not worry, E.On Next offer the Next Online tariff which is very similar to the current Fix Online tariff. Call us if you have more questions.