Avro Energy is one of the newer suppliers available on the market. They were founded in 2015 by businessman Jake Brown. Avro has around 40,000 electricity customers and 30,000 gas customers.
Avro offers a low cost and flexible energy service. They advertise a simple approach – easy to understand bills, and free to leave a contract whenever.
A Guide To Avro Energy
Avro Energy likes to pride itself on making energy simpler. They have a narrower range of tariffs than most of their competitors. They also offer an ‘easier’ switch over the process than most of the other energy suppliers.
Avro Energy offers gas and electricity tariffs, or combined energy. They do not offer a specialised business energy service.
Avro offers more than 40,000 households their electricity, and more than 30,000 their gas.
They have a score of 4.6 out of 5 on the review site Trustpilot. This is from more than 55,000 reviews. As many as 77% of their reviews were rated ‘Excellent’ or five stars.
Avro Energy prices and tariffs
Avro offers fewer tariffs than most other energy suppliers. This is part of their commitment to making energy simpler.
The Standard Tariff is at a variable rate. This is unusual, as many other energy suppliers use a fixed rate as their standard. It is available to new and current customers. The standard tariff is easier to leave than a fixed rate tariff, though more expensive.
Avro’ Simple Energy tariff rates are as follows:
- Electricity unit rate: 15.986p per kWh
- Gas unit rate: 3.082p per kWh
- Electricity standing charge: 21.000p per year
- Gas standing charge: 21.000p per year
Avro also offers fixed-rate tariffs. These are cheaper than the variable rates, although they are fixed at their price for 12 months. The fixed-rate tariff unit costs are:
- Electricity unit rate: 16.590p per kWh
- Electricity standing charge: 19.950p per day
- Gas unit rate: 2.998p per kWh
- Gas standing charge: 19.950p per year
Estimated Annual Cost: £447.536
Avro Energy is one of the youngest competitors in the gas and electricity market. They were only founded in 2012, and have been offering energy since 2015.
Avro Energy is based in the UK. Their call centre staff are all based in the West Midlands.
There are several ways to get in touch with Avro Energy.
You can call Avro energy on 0330 058 2005.
You can write to Avro at Wheatfield House, Wheatfield Way, Hinckley LE10 1YG.
You can email them at: [email protected]
There are also live chat functions to make use of.
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– Explain any green tariffs
– Fuel source breakdown
Avro Energy does not produce its fuel. As a result, it is dependent on buying energy from the wholesale market. This means that its energy mix is roughly based on market supply. Avro Energy’s fuel mix is:
- Coal 6.3%
- Natural Gas 72.0%
- Nuclear 8.2%
- Renewables 8.3%
- Other Fuels 5.2%
Avro Energy was rated 5* in the 2021 Uswitch energy survey. This rating came from more than 17,000 respondents.
Avro came runner up in the ‘Best Value for Money’ competition in the same awards.
Avro Energy won ‘Best Value for Money in 2019’.
– Feeds associated with cancellation (business & domestic)
– How to start the process
As part of their commitment to making energy simpler, it is easier and cheaper to leave or cancel your policy with Avro Energy. None of their main tariffs has a leaving or cancellation fee.
To start the process of cancelling, you need to inform the customer services team of your intention to leave. You may have to give a final meter reading. You will also have to pay off the calculation of your final bill.