Compare energy prices

Take control of your energy prices.

If you haven’t switched to an online energy deal yet, then you are paying too much for your gas and electricity

Find out which energy supplier is offering your cheapest deal.

 

Warning

Some of the newer suppliers charge you in advance and, some of them have received very poor reviews.

Although you may be tempted to switch to the cheapest, please be careful.

I would most likely skip through the cheapest in most cases and, switch to one of the following suppliers cheapest online tariffs.

  • EDF Energy
  • First:Utility
  • SSE
  • nPower
  • E.ON
  • Co-op Energy
  • OVO Energy
  • Sainsburys Energy
  • Scottish Power


The safest option!

Ofgem, are the Governing body for comparison sites. All the comparison sites which are accredited by Ofgem are listed here.

Is your comparison site accredited by OFGEM?

There are many comparison sites out there. You have probably only heard of the ones which advertise on TV. But has your comparison site been accredited by OFGEM?

You may be surprised to learn that, the comparison sites that you are more familiar with, are not actually accredited by OFGEM. This is the Government Office for Gas and Electricity Markets. Many of the comparison sites don’t meet the criteria as set out for the OFGEM accreditation!

 

Ofgem Accredited Comparison Sites

If you are going to switch to a cheaper online energy deal, then use one of the Ofgem Accredited sites. They are governed by a strict set of rules which put the consumers needs first!

 

This is a full list of the Accredited sites

Comparison SiteOur RatingsStatusGo There
Energy Smart at EnergylinxLove Heartget quotes
Energy HelplineLove Heartget quotes
The Energy Shopget quotes
uSwitchget quotes
My Utility Geniusget quotes
Simply Switchget quotes
Runpathget quotes
Unravel Itget quotes
Switch Gas & Electricget quotes
Moneysupermarketget quotes
Quotezoneget quotes

 Expensive energy prices

When you compare your energy prices, you are taking a positive step toward taking control of your bills. There are still far too many people paying expensive energy deals, by remaining on their gas and electricity suppliers standard tariff.

Standard energy, is the default tariff which your supplier places you on. This is good for the energy supplier, but not good for the consumer.

Take matters into your own hands

The only way you can be sure of finding you cheapest tariff, is by taking things into your own hands. Comparison sites are designed to assist you with this.

Getting energy quotes

You could visit all the suppliers for an individual quote. But this is a very time consuming way to compare your prices.

Compare  with all the suppliers in one place

When you compare your gas and electricity prices through an internet comparison site, you will be able to see all the energy suppliers prices on all their different tariffs, all in one place. This gives you a much better advantage, from there, you can choose the deal which suits you best!

When you compare  prices, you get quotes for:

Scottish Power

Npower

EDF

e.on

SWALEC

Scottish Hydro Electric

Southern Electric

British Gas

Scottish Gas

First Utility

Good Energy

OVO energy

And more

This comparison tool compares all these suppliers tariffs.

It is a very simple process to switch your energy supplier. Nothing physically changes.

I am sure you already know this, but – you keep all the same pipes, the same wiring. You keep your current gas and electricity meters, unless your new supplier wants to install a new smart meter. Changing meters is not much more hassle than changing a plug.

Your new supplier will do everything for you. They will contact your old supplier to let them know you are switching. The only thing you need to do, is provide your meter reading on the day of the energy switch.

You old supplier will send you your final account based on the meter reading you have provided.

And of course, it’s free. We don’t charge you to compare  prices. And there is no charge for switching your gas and electricity supplier

More information on energy switching:

What happens when you switch supplier?