Save Money By Comparing Energy Prices For FREE

Hundreds of people are saving money daily by comparing 90+ providers for the cheapest rates available.

You could save up to £505* a year.

Comparing prices couldn’t be easier and it’s free to check. Here’s how to get started:

1) Enter your postcode in the box above.

2) Tell us about your current energy supplier and how much energy you use.

3) We will show you the cheapest energy tariff for your postcode.

4) Click on “Switch Today” on the plan that suits your needs.

5) We will take care of the rest, including all the paperwork.

Single fuel tariff or dual fuel tariff

This is where you take out a single contract with an energy supplier. This would either be for gas or electricity. You’ll receive separate bills from separate companies during the length of each contract.

Single fuel tariff

This is where you take out a single contract with an energy supplier. This would either be for gas or electricity. You’ll receive separate bills from separate companies during the length of each contract.

Dual fuel tariff

This is where you take out a gas and electricity contract with the same supplier. Your bill will be composed of both fuels and can often be a way to receive discounts from the supplier.

Types of energy tarifs

Fixed-rate

If you take out a fixed-rate contract with your supplier the cost of the energy will remain the same for the duration of the agreement. The contract can be from 1-5 years, with 12 – 24 months the most common.

Benefits

You know what you will be paying over the period of the contract.

If energy costs spike, these costs won’t be passed onto you.

Negatives

If the cost of energy decreases, you will be paying a higher amount for your energy than, as the savings won’t be passed on to you.

As you are in a contract you will likely have to pay an exit fee if you are looking to change suppliers.

Variable-rate

If you take out a variable-rate contract with your supplier the cost will follow the market average, so if costs go down so will your bills and vice-versa. You are not contracted in a variable rate tariff.

Benefits

  • As you are not contracted to the supplier you are free to switch suppliers as often as you please. 
  • If the price of energy goes down, so will the cost of your bills.

Negatives

  • If the cost of energy increases you will be paying a higher amount than when you started. 

FAQS – FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Should I switch?

This depends. If you think you are overpaying then there is no harm in checking the market to see if there is a better price available. Even if you don’t think you are overpaying then it still will be worthwhile checking as you still might be able to save further. You could save hundreds of pounds a year if you overpaying.

What do I need to switch?

If you have an energy bill from your current supplier that should have all the info you need for a reliable and accurate quote.

  • Current energy supplier
  • Current energy tariff
  • Current energy usages in kWH or monthly spend

Can I switch to a renewable energy source?

Yes, there is an option to select only the energy suppliers offering renewable energy sources. It’s important to understand that not all renewable energy sources will be 100% renewable energy. For example, it’s very hard to produce renewable gas – although it can be done through decaying plants and food. So switching to a renewable energy company does not necessarily mean you will receive 100% green energy. However, a chunk of it will be, if you sign up for with a renewable energy company.