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Compare energy prices in the UK switch Energy supplier UK today On our comparison site, you can search over 150 providers which could potentially save you £100s. It is quick and easy to check against the 6 largest Utility companies today.

Your signed acceptance contract will lock down these rates for the duration. It only takes a few minutes to do. We guarantee to compare the top 6 providers (British Gas, Scottish Power, OPUS Energy, SSE, Haven Power & EDF ) to find you an outstanding deal. It is straightforward to check your Business & Home renewal notice or your broker offer. Our comparison site will often beat the proposed ‘best’ deal then you Switch.   

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Are you overpaying for your gas and electric? Switch with our comparison site and let us search for the most economical deal available to you. Lockdown a better rate easily and quickly today. You can secure the new, lower, price for the duration of your contract, which is between one and five years.

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You can quickly check your renewal notice or broker offers. We will often beat the best deal proposed. Compare prices now and start saving today

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If you choose to pay by direct debit, with British Gas you will save yourself a further 7% with most of our providers.

Secure your deal as Gas and Electricity prices are not going down. Prices have been increasing, on average, by 30% a year!

Your energy comparison prices will now appear on the screen, and all you need to do is choose the duration of your contract, between 1 and 5 years.

Just enter your postcode and your gas or electricity supplier to start the process. Make sure you have your yearly or monthly usage/spend to hand. Follow the online instructions for the easy step by step process and find out how much you could save today!

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What happens if my Supplier goes bust?

Ofcom regulates the energy business with very strict policies in place for companies that go bust or file for bankruptcy 

If your energy provider ceases trading, rest assured that your energy account will be switched automatically to an incumbent supplier. You will, therefore, have no disruption in service, and will be informed that your energy supply has been passed to another company. Then it is your choice to stay with the incumbent supplier or to go back to the open market and search for a new deal Compare Energy Prices UK Devon, Cornwall Somerset & Wales

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The Energy business is in the news all the time these days and the news is often telling us that energy prices are going to double by 2050, so clearly it makes sense to lock in your energy contract for as long as you can!

We advise all our customers that it makes sound financial sense to secure the best rates possible for their businesses, so we can lock in your new rates 12 months before the contract end date

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1. Check you’re on the cheapest deal

Tell us your energy details and we’ll do a full market comparison to check you’re not overpaying on your current deal. If not, great; if you are, we’ll help you switch.

2. Constantly monitor your tariff

Energy bills move all the time. Just because your tariff is the cheapest now, doesn’t mean it always will be. This is because yours may get more expensive and the competitions may get cheaper.

3. Email you when it’s time to switch again

When the time is right for you to switch based on your current tariff and preferences, we’ll alert you by email and show you the best deals.

Switching need-to-knows

Direct debit is the cheapest.

Pay this way to get a 5-10% discount.

Only cost & customer service change.

Pipes, circuits and the actual gas or electricity are the same.

Make sure you’re billed correctly.

Send your supplier regular meter readings to make sure you’re only billed for what you use.

Prepay customers can save too.

You can still switch on a prepay meter and Cheap Energy Club will work for you.

If you’re in debt you may need to pay.

If you owe your current supplier you may need to pay it before it’ll let you switch.

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How switching works

Tell us your details.

Give us your address, current supplier and usage and we’ll quickly find the cheapest supplier and tariff for you (it’s different for everyone).

Choose the tariff you want to switch to.

Decide which tariff you want to switch to. MoneySupermarket sends your application to the new supplier to process.

Your cooling-off period begins.

After you submit your application to switch, there’s a cooling-off period – usually about 14 days. You can cancel the new switch at any time during this period.

Your old supplier gets notified – you don’t need to contact it.

The new supplier contacts the old supplier. Don’t cancel your direct debit balance yet.

Take a final meter reading.

Give this to your old supplier to ensure you get an accurate final bill. You may have a balance to pay or get a refund if you’ve overpaid.

Get a welcome email from your supplier.

Your new supplier will send you a welcome email confirming the process is complete.

Cashback’s paid into your account!

You’ll get your cashback two to three months after the day you applied to switch.

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Switch energy supplier UK is easy – nothing changes other than who bills you. If you’ve never switched before you can save £100s every year. While the cheapest deals for typical users are around £835/year, those on a standard tariff typically pay around £1,083.

There’s no one cheapest tariff – it depends on your region and usage, which is why it’s important to do a comparison. CBS Devon has a Top Fixed Picks comparison which will show you bespoke prices (if you switch, you usually get £25 dual-fuel cashback or £12.50 for a single fuel).

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For full info on the top comparison sites and how to get extra cashback, or a crate of wine, see the full Cheap Gas & Elec guide. Economy 7 users can also compare tariffs. See our Is Economy 7 Right for You? guide for full info.

Pay by monthly direct debit

Pay by monthly direct debit

Set up a monthly direct debit to pay your bill and you’ll usually save around £75/year extra. Yet it’s crucial to make sure the energy company doesn’t set it too low or too high. Either the supplier keeps hold of your cash unnecessarily or you end up with a big bill. Full details in the Energy Direct Debits guide.

Your previous supplier(s) will owe you money if you were in credit when you switched, and you didn’t get that money back automatically. If that happened, you have to ask for it back.

We’ve created a guide which shows you how to claim what you’re owed. See how to get your previous supplier to cough up in Reclaim Energy Bill Refunds.

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Send in Meter readings regularly

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Every time you receive a bill, do a meter reading. Don’t rely on your energy provider’s estimate – these are often way out. If they’re under-billing, you’ll have a big whack to pay at the end of the year. If they’re over-billing, then they’ve unfairly got your cash.

If your direct debit is way off kilter, call up and request it’s changed. You have a range of rights to ensure it’s correct. See the full Energy Direct Debits guide for template letters to help.

Switch to your company’s internet tariff 

Switch to your company’s internet billing. It will usually save you up to 10% over the standard tariff, and all it really means is you get your bills emailed.

Grants for energy
Grants for energy

Grab £1,000s of grants

There’s a vast range of grants available for improving home heating and insulation. The best place to start is the Government’s Energy Saving Trust. It has advice and information helpline – call 0800 411 8087

Electricity tariff:

This is the tariff you’re currently on. You’ll need this exact name when comparing prices on comparison sites and switching energy providers. Suppliers often use similar names but use the exact name to get an accurate comparison. 

569 kWh:

Energy tariffs are made up of lots of elements and can be confusing. The Tariff Comparison Rate was introduced by Ofgem – it’s a figure which includes everything you have to pay and any discounts available including standing charges, unit rates and discounts. Using this figure should make it easier to compare tariffs from different providers – it’ll be printed on any bills from your provider. 

Could I pay less?

There’s no one cheapest tariff – it depends on your region and usage, which is why it’s important to do a comparison. Our Energy Comparison Site has a Top Fixed Picks comparison filter which will show you bespoke prices for the deals below (if you switch, you usually get £25 dual-fuel cashback, or £12.50 for a single fuel).  

Energy Bill Explained
Energy Bill Explained

Payment method:

this part will show how you’re paying for your bills. Remember – it’s always cheaper to pay via direct debit if you don’t already as you’ll get a £70- £90 discount per year. 

Exit fees:

Suppliers should outline the terms of your contract. this should include exit fees and tariff end dates. You’ll get charged the exit fee if you leave the tariff early. 

Your electricity use in detail:

This part of the bill will show you what your annual consumption of gas it. It will be less accurate if you’ve not given regular meter readings. Use it when you’re looking to switch providers as it should be the most accurate figure. 

About your TCR:

Energy tariffs are made up of lots of elements and can be confusing. The Tariff Comparison Rate was introduced by Ofgem – it’s a figure which includes everything you have to pay and any discounts available including standing charges, unit rates and discounts. Using this figure should make it easier to compare tariffs from a different provider – it’ll be printed on any bills from your provider. 

Your electricity use in detail:

This part of the bill will show you what your annual consumption of gas is. It will be less accurate if you’ve not given regular meter readings. Use it when you’re looking to switch providers as it should be the most accurate figure. 

Your electricity use in detail:
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Where can I get some help?

Your supply number also called Meter Point Administration Number or MPAN, is shown here. It’s unique to your house and you’ll need it if you’re switching. It will be 21 digits in length and will be printed on all electricity bills. 

What’s included in your bill?

All regular (eg, monthly or quarterly) bills should include the following:

The name of the current tariff While suppliers must offer just four core tariffs, the market remains saturated with tariffs, all with identical-sounding names. Unless you can pinpoint exactly which one’s your tariff, you won’t be able to see how much you can save by switching.

The cost of energy in the last 12 month Bills must provide the cost of your energy from the last 12 months. If you haven’t been with the supplier for this long, it will be based on a shorter time period.

This is a useful tool for quickly seeing how much you’re overspending by. The cheapest tariffs cost about £835/year for the average household. If you’re well over this, switch!

An estimate of the next 12 months’ cost

This predicts the cost of your energy for the next year based on what you’ve used in the last year. It assumes you stay on the same tariff and use the same amount of energy.

Conditions of contract, including exit fees & end date

Suppliers should outline the terms of your contract. This should include exit fees and tariff end dates.

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Information about discounts

Suppliers must include full details of discounts or premiums that may apply to your tariff compared to standard tariffs where payment is by direct debit.

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 Suppliers must include a reminder that customers can switch, along with advice on how to do it. Obviously energy providers aren’t going to push this, and the likelihood is it will only tell you about its own cheaper tariffs. Never rely on that – always do a full comparison. See below for full info on switching.

What bills DON’T explain

What does ‘kWh’ mean?

 A kilowatt-hour (kWh) is the measure used to explain how much energy you use. One kilowatt-hour is equal to 1,000 watt-hours. Use an appliance rated at 1,000 watts for one hour and you’ll be billed for 1kWh.

This is unlike phone bills, where you can clearly see the price per minute and relate it to how much you’re using.

Confusing terms, such as ‘debt’ AND ‘credit’

While you’d usually associate “credit” with something you owe, in this case, credit means when you’ve paid extra on your energy bill. “Debit” means when you owe the supplier extra.

No explanation of Independent Gas Transporters

Independent gas transporters (IGTs) are often used by constructors instead of National Grid in new-build properties as they charge less to fit pipes. About 1 million people are supplied by them instead of National Grid.

If the MPRN (the meter point reference number, unique to your house) on your bill is 10 digits long and starts with 74 or 75, this means you’re supplied by an independent gas transporter.

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