95Degrees operates a Fair Pricing Policy. We believe that our customers should pay no more for eco-friendly heating and hot water than they would for a regular gas heating system. Your heat price is determined by a pricing formula that is outlined in your customer contract. If we do have to change your charges, we will notify you at least 31 days before they are introduced.
95Degrees reads your heat meter remotely, every hour of every day. This means you will only be charged for the heat you use. The Heat Interface Unit (HIU) in your property contains a smart meter that delivers your hourly meter reading to our expert teams.
The rate at which we supply your heat is split into two parts:
Our standing charge reflects the contribution your property has made to the upkeep and management of your Heat Interface Unit and the district heating network that supplies your Unit.
This set daily rate is directly taken from the credit you have purchased.
The metered heat charge is directly related to the heat that you take from the network. All of 95Degrees' customers are charged our standard metered heating rate - unlike other heating providers, 95Degrees does not penalise Pay As You Go customers by charging a premium.
You cannot choose a heat supplier in the same way as you can choose a gas and electricity supplier - at the moment, all customers are billed by the company that owns the network that their property is connected to, similar to the way that water companies operate.
Pay As You Go heating could suit your household if you want an easier way to control your energy consumption and budget. Our Pay As You Go service allows you to pre-pay for your heat rather than accumulating a bill at the end of each month, or quarter that is paid by monthly Direct Debit. This means you can budget for your heat and keep track of how much you're spending.
This is a simple remote transfer that can be completed by contacting our customer services team on 02920 028725. However, this transfer will be dependent on passing a full credit check and all debt accumulated with 95Degrees must have been cleared before making the transfer.
The occupier is responsible for paying the heat charges, unless another person, such as the landlord of the property, has previously agreed to pay for charges incurred.
Daily standing charges (where shown) are payable whether or not heat is consumed at your property.
Customers with individual needs may nominate someone who can help them manage their heating service and bills.
This nominee can:
The site is a member of the Heat Trust; a new industry-led customer protection scheme, which gives customers complete peace of mind in key areas such as reliability and customer services.