We've got a range of Restricted Hours tariffs which offer from 8 to 15 hours on the cheaper, off-peak rate per day. Some even give you the cheaper rate all weekend, from Friday through to Monday.

It has two meters; one is for your heating and sometimes hot water, the other is for your normal usage around your home. The meter for your heating offers the cheaper rate, while your other meter will be the same as our standard rate. This means you need to make sure your storage heaters and hot water are wired up to your off-peak meter (an electrician can check this for you).

What are the cheaper, off-peak times?

Each tariff offers different times. For Restricted Hours B and D, the times will be different depending on where you live, so contact us to find out when your cheaper times are.

Restricted Hours tariff Number of off-peak hours Off-peak times
8 Hours Every Day 8 11pm to 7am
8 Hours Mon-Fri 8 Monday to Friday: 11pm to 7am
All weekend: 11pm Friday to 7am Monday
11 Hours Every Day 11 11pm to 7am and midday to 3pm
11 Hours Mon-Fri 11 Monday to Friday: 11pm to 7am and midday to 3pm
All weekend: midnight Friday to 7am Monday
12 Hours Every Day 12 7.30pm to 7.30am
12 Hours Mon-Fri 12 Monday to Friday: 7.30pm to 7.30am
All weekend: 7.30pm Friday to 7.30am Monday
15 Hours Every Day 15 7.30pm to 7.30am and midday to 3pm
15 Hours Mon-Fri 15 Monday to Friday: 7.30pm to 7.30am and midday to 3pm
All weekend: 7.30pm Friday to 7.30am Monday
A 8 Between 10.30pm and 7.30am
B 11 Split over 2 or 3 periods per day
C 8 Between 10.30pm and 7.30am
D 15 Split over 2 or 3 periods per day

All-electric heating

Need a hand with your all-electric heating? We've got more information on how storage heaters work and how to use an electric wet radiator system.

If you can't find the information you need online, you can contact us and we'll do our best to help.