Cut-price power in-store

Supermarket giant E.Leclerc will this autumn start offering to supply electricity to customers at prices that will be 16% below the regulated price for energy.

27 August 2018
By Connexion journalist

In theory, that could save €200 a year for many households... but Leclerc will offer the savings as money-off vouchers for its stores.

Regulated tariffs offered by historic energy supplier EDF are still used by 26.5million households but other ‘market price’ suppliers undercut costs significantly without the need to shop at Leclerc.

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