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This is where we invite eligible ScottishPower customers to use less electricity at peak times during Power Saver events. And, in return, they will be rewarded with points that can be used towards an eGift card.
Saving energy is important for everyone. But our Power Saver sessions are more than just a way for ScottishPower customers to earn rewards. By taking part in these sessions, we can help to plan for the energy network of the future and test ways that customers can contribute to lowering demand on electricity supply at peak times....
Our EV Saver tariff is designed for ScottishPower customers who own an electric car and have a home EV charger. To be eligible for it, you must have a single rate smart meter that sends half-hourly readings and pay by monthly Direct Debit. You can move to it in your online account.
If you are not currently a ScottishPowe...
Understanding how they could affect you and how you can prepare
In the UK, the National Grid ESO (Electricity Supply Operator) has the responsibility to balance the energy market, ensuring that there is always enough energy available to meet the demands of homes and businesses. Against the backdrop of the ongoing global gas supply shortage, the National Grid ESO has indicated that emergency power cuts are unlikely this winter, but not impossible, and we should be prepared just in case.
If your power goes out, firstly check if other homes in your area are affected - see if the streetlamps are on, or if your neighbour’s electricity supply has gone off.
If your neighbours’ power is still on: Check your trip switch if you have one (you’ll usually find it in your fuse box - it will be either black or red). If it has tripped, turn off all your appliances and then reset it to the ‘on’ position. If it continues to trip, call a qualified electrician.
Enjoy cheaper rates during off-peak hours with ScottishPower's EV Saver Tariff. Designed with electric vehicle drivers in mind, charge your EV at home for less overnight using 100% green electricity. Make the switch to electric and unlock the benefits of a cost-effective and sustainable energy solution.
The EV Saver tariff is a ScottishPower tariff designed for electric vehicle (EV) drivers. It provides cheaper rates for charging your EV at home during off-peak hours (between midnight and 5am*). If you use less than 33% of your electricity during off-peak hours, another one of our tariffs may be more suitable for you. You can compare these in your online account.
For more information, please visit scottishpower.co.uk/electric-vehicle/tou-tariff.
*These timings are based on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). However, during British Summer Time (BST), the time periods will change to reflect the new time zone. BST runs from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October.
Our EV Saver tariff offers a lower rate of 7.450p per kWh for charging your electric vehicle between midnight and 5am*. The lower rate allows you to save money on each kWh consumed during this period. The price of energy we supply you is fixed, protecting you from any increase in wholesale energy costs. The tariff also includes variable costs which are linked to external industry costs that can go up or down each quarter during the term of your tariff. Find out more about the variable costs here.