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Energy in the UK: Are you paying too much?

When you hear on the news that the price of gas or electricity is rising, it is very often
the case that the ones suffering the biggest rises are the ones who remain unwaveringly loyal to their existing suppliers.

A number of people are reluctant to switch their utility providers because they believe that the supplier they have always used – usually a Big Six company – is a safe bet, and aren’t keen on the idea of actually undergoing the switching process.

However, it’s important for consumers to be aware that, just like most commercial organisations, energy companies are constantly in competition with each other; trying to appear as the most attractive and viable option to consumers.

The main way they do this is by slashing their prices, and offering tariffs which directly compete with one others’.

If you feel like you might need some extra convincing to compare the energy supplier market and switch to a different tariff or supplier, take a look at our case study to see how much you could be overpaying on your monthly energy bills by not shopping around.

The process of switching supplier

Switching suppliers is definitely not the long, complicated process that you might believe it is. Switching to a more competitive supplier or going onto a new tariff actually requires very little effort on behalf of the consumer, and there is no disruption to your energy supply whatsoever.

Please see our FAQ page for answers to the following questions around switching your supplier:

  • What is the process for switching energy provider?
  • Do I have to settle my final bill with my old supplier?
  • Is switching safe and will I lose my supply at any point?
  • Do I need to change any pipes or wires if I change suppliers?

Get a quote for a better deal

It’s made easier to look at the whole picture objectively if you use an online price comparison tool to look at all of the different tariffs available to you, and then compare quotes to decide on which one provides you with the best deal.

It’s a simple, hassle-free way to get started with the switching process and gain some insight into the amount of money you could possible saving – so, why not try it out? Simply enter your postcode into the form on the right to get started.

Get the cheapest energy deal

Just enter your postcode to find a cheaper deal.