There are various ways to check your unit rates, depending on whether you’re already on an OVO Energy plan, renewing with us, or thinking of joining us.
If you’re already getting your energy from OVO, there’s a choice of ways to find your unit rates, according to whether you’re paying monthly by Direct Debit or on a Pay as you go plan.
If you pay monthly by Direct Debit
Here’s where to find your unit rates:
You can also check out our 'Pay monthly' unit rate table, this also includes our standing charges. However, if you fixed your prices a while ago, these rates may not be the same as the ones you’re paying. That’s why it’s better to check your welcome letter or My OVO.
If you’re on a Pay as you go plan
If you have a traditional prepayment meter, you can see your current unit rates on your meter (screen C or D for electricity and screen 09 or 10 for gas) . Find out more here.
If you have a smart PAYG meter, you can see your unit rates on your In-Home Display (IHD).
Whichever meter you use, you can see all our current PAYG unit rates and standing charges here.
Remember, as you’re on a variable plan, the unit rates shown in your welcome letter may not be the same as the ones you’re paying now.
We'll get in touch 6 weeks before your contract is due to expire, with a renewals quote to let you know our current prices. These prices will last for 7 days. After that, we’ll need to give you another quote, as they might have changed.
Our fixed plans often provide the best value for money, so it makes sense to secure your energy prices for another 12 or 24 months.
You can get a quote and switch online or over the phone – either way takes about 5 minutes.
If you’re getting a quote online, you can find your unit rates within our Tariff Information Label (TIL). Here’s how:
If you choose ‘Monthly Payment’: we’ll hold your quote for 7 days, to give you time to make up your mind.
If you choose PAYG: your quote could change if we update our unit rates.