ScottishPower Tariffs, Prices & Reviews (2023)
Scottish Power has been part of the British electricity market for decades and now powers around 5 million homes and businesses. Initially set up in 1990 as a public company, it was privatised the following year and purchased in 1995 by the Merseyside And North Wales Electricity Board (MANWEB).
It was purchased again in 2006 by Iberdrola, a multinational utility company. Since then, it has become one of the UK’s biggest suppliers of 100% renewable electricity. The company’s electricity is generated by UK-based wind farms and all renewable energy provided is backed by Renewable Energy Guarantee of Origin (REGO) Certificates.
The price you pay to Scottish Power for energy depends on your tariff. There are fixed and standard-rate home energy options for both new and existing customers. You can pay as monthly direct debits or prepayments. Business tariffs are also available.
Explore the latest Scottish Power energy prices, news and reviews.
ScottishPower Price per kWh
Average ScottishPower Prices per Property
|1 bedroom flat||£50.00||£600.00|
|2 bedroom flat||£103.33||£1240.00|
|2 bedroom house||£155.00||£1860.00|
|3 bedroom house||£234.75||£2817.00|
|4 bedroom house||£300.67||£3608.00|
Last Updated: 26/11/2023
Monthly and yearly home tariff costs are calculated at 30p/kWh for electricity and 8p/kWh for gas.
These figures are correct as of July 2023
ScottishPower Reviews (3.1/5)
ScottishPower's TrustPilot rating is below the average rating for all of the energy suppliers we have compared.
TrustPilot is a leading customer reviews platform. Some energy suppliers do not have business profiles, so in those cases, ratings have been taken from their consumer profiles. We have filtered the latest reviews by ‘business’ to display the most relevant business-to-business customer feedback.
Check out one of their latest business-related reviews below:
ScottishPower Fuel Mix (%)
The table displays the most recent fuel mix (%) of ScottishPower. Fuel mix is the ratio of energy sources suppliers use to generate electricity.
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How does their renewable energy mix compare to the UK average?
ScottishPower has the same renewable fuel mix as the UK average.