Download Historical Pricing Data
Far and away the most frequent request I get to the site is “Where can I get full historical pricing data for Agile and/or Agile Outgoing?”. “As I want to do my own geeky analysis of the figures”.
I then usually rustle something up for the enquirer and send them some data.
But moving forward I’m now putting up the entire data-set as a free download for both Agile and Agile Outgoing tariffs for each of the 14 regional DNO areas.
Both data sets will be updated every day with the new pricing from the Octopus API, so usually sometime after around 4pm. If you’ve had the daily graph tweet from @energystatsuk then you know the underlying data will have been updated.
Note: The format of the CSV fields is:
- UTC Time,
- UK Time (HH:MM),
- Area Code,
- Area Name,
- Unit Price (inc VAT)
Octopus via their API always publish their data in UTC time, so you will have to apply the relevant BST/GMT depending on the time of year. I already do that, hence the UK Time HH:MM field that I’ve included.
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We can also be found on Twitter, please follow us @energystatsuk for daily Agile tariff pricing graphs and summaries.
Note: The past performance of energy pricing is not necessarily a guide to the future.
Download Agile Import Tariff Pricing Data
The Agile tariff started on 18th February 2018 and this data goes right back to that first day.
Import data is the price you pay for buying electricity.
Download Agile Outgoing Tariff Pricing Data
The Agile Outgoing tariff started on 15th May 2019 and this data goes right back to that first day.
Outgoing data is the price Octopus will pay you for sending electricity back to the grid. ie via Solar or Wind generation.
See the Outgoing Overview page for more info.