Compare Energy Tariffs
With the recent price fluctuations from the main energy companies we recommend you compare the prices for energy supply to your area as you may be able to make significant savings on your current bills and avoid future price increases by transferring to a long or short term fixed tariff.
Fixed tariffs used to be the most expensive option but this has changed somewhat recently and in many cases this has become the cheaper option. You should be aware however that some plans have exit penalties if you switch before the end of the fixed term.
Be sure to compare the prices for dual fuel and individual plans as the dual fuel tariffs don't necessarily offer the best value.
Switching to a monthly direct debit plan can also save you money as these customers are less likely to default on their bills and the supplier earns interest on any overpayments, part of which is passed on.
There are many ways to compare fuel tariffs, we have teamed up with uSwitch who offer free & impartial Comparison Of the following Energy Providers:
- British Gas
- Scottish Power
- The Co-operative energy
- First Utility
- M&S Energy
- Ovo Energy
- Sainsbury's Energy