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  • 3) We will show you 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.
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Once you are happy with a quote, simply fill in final required details and we will do the rest for you.

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Repeat and Save

Repeat your energy comparison just before your fixed term contract is coming to an end. As part our commitments, we will remind you that your energy contract is up for renewal. The advantage of this over some of the auto switching services is that you are in control of who is supplying your gas and electricity.

Dual Fuel Energy Tariffs vs Single Fuel Tariffs

  • Dual fuel tariff – If you take out a gas and electricity contract from the same energy supplier under one contract then that woud be classed as dual fuel tariff contract. You’ll get one bill for your gas and electricty. Some suppliers may offer further discount if you take out dual fuel contract with them.
  • Single fuel tariff – It means, you are agreeing two seprate tariffs for your gas and elctricty with the same or different supplier. You’ll get a seprate bill for your gas and electricity during the length of your enegy contract.
  • When switching, you can simply check if dual fuel tariff will be cheaper comapred to single fuel by using the available filters on our table.

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There are 2 different types of energy tariffs to consider when looking switching your energy supply.

1 – Fixed rate energy tariff

If you agree a fixed rate contract with a supplier, your gas and electricity prices will remain fixed for the duration of your contract. You can fix your energy from a 1 to 5-year contract with a supplier of your choice. Fixed term contract offering will vary per supplier, it is more common to see contract lengths between 12 and 24 months.

It is important to remember that your unit rate and standing charges are fixed but your monthly bill can vary depending on your energy consumption. If you use more electricity and gas then you are likely to get higher bills.

A fixed term contract is ideal for those who want to keep track of their energy usage and spending habits. While you are in a contract, you are protected from any energy price rises which means wholesale energy price rises will not affect you during your contract.

Most energy suppliers will offer a fixed term contract but these usually comes with an exit fee. If you terminate your contract before your renewal window then your supplier will charge you a set fee which is usually agreed while taking out a contract. Exit fees can vary per supplier and the provider can charge up to £35 per fuel. Once your fixed term contract has ended, your supplier will roll you over to a standard variable rate which means traditionally, you are paying a higher rate for the both the daily charge and the unit rate compared to you contracted rate. By law, you can also switch your energy supplier 49 days prior to your current contract end date without being charged any exit fees, this is also known as the “renewal window”

2 - Variable rate energy tariff

Variable rate tariffs are usually a cheaper option to start with but it can be very expansive if the wholesale market prices go up. Your unit rate and standing charges are not fixed and therefore can vary depending on wholesale energy market, meaning your price could go up or down.

If you have moved into a new property and have not agreed an energy contract then you are going to be on a standard variable tariff with the previous occupier’s provider. Also, if your current energy contract has ended and you have failed to switch to a new contract with the same or a new supplier then you are going to be moved to a standard variable tariff.

The main advantage of having a standard variable tariff is that you are free to switch away from your supplier at any time without being charged an exit fee.

If you are on a standard variable rate contract, you are more likely to save hundreds of pounds by switching to a fixed term contract if you are going to be in your property for a year or more.

Green energy tariffs and suppliers

A green energy tariff means your electricity is generated from 100% renewable sources or from a mixture of renewable and non-renewable sources.

When you agree a green energy tariff, you are still going to get your electricity supply from the National Grid and it will be delivered to your meter the same way as normal electricity.

25% of the UK’s electricity is generated by renewable sources, such as solar, wind and the sea, the other 75% is still generated by nuclear power plants and fossil fuels.

  • Green Gas – It is really expansive and difficult to generate green gas from renewables; however, some small suppliers do offer some sort of green gas supply. For example, Good Energy supply 6% of its gas from renewable sources which is produces from decaying plants, animals and foods.
  • Green Energy Suppliers – None of the big six energy supplier currently offer green energy tariffs. If you do want green energy tariff, you can get them from smaller suppliers such as Bulb, Good Energy and Ecotricity.

Gas and Electricity Meter Types

  • Standard credit meters – Credit meters are the traditional standard electricity and gas meters that most of the UK households still use. Standard credit meters need to be read by the supplier or yourself in order to get the correct energy bills. Your monthly energy bills will be estimated and adjusted accordingly when a meter reading is provided to your supplier.
  • Smart meters – A new generation meter for your gas and electricity supply which are being rolled out by individual energy suppliers across the UK. These can record and report usages to your current supplier. Smart meters have function to show you how much energy you are using in pounds and in kWh in real time.
  • The UK government plans to offers smart meters to every household and small business premises by the end of 2020.

  • Prepayment meters - Prepayment meters are also known as Pay As You Go meters. Most commonly found in rental properties and used by tenants. You have to top up an amount to your meter before using any energy, i.e. paying for your energy in advance. You can top up your prepayment meter by using a Key or card at your local shop or by using energy supplier mobile app. If your top up runs out, your energy will be cut off too.

12 Questions you always wanted to know about switching energy


What do I have to do? Is it a lot of work?

We require the information on your current usage or your current monthly spend to provide an accurate quote. Once you have been presented with the tariffs from the different suppliers you can complete the switch online. You then do not need to do anything until the supplier change has happened, and at that point you need to give current meter readings so that your final bill can be produced by your previous supplier. The switch should take you less than 4 minutes online.

Why should I switch?

Energy companies tend to give the best deals to new customers or those that have actively sought them out, and when these special rates come to an end you are put on their standard variable tariff. The standard variable tariff is the suppliers default fuel and standing charge (the daily price they charge to supply your property), this can be significantly more than you were previously paying.


Is there a chance I can be without gas or electricity for a period of time?

No, you will never be without gas or electric. The flow is continuous and the only change you will see is the amount that you are paying.

I don’t have my exact usage; can I still switch?

Yes, you can put in the amount you currently pay each month and we can do an estimate based on that.


Is there a difference in quality in the gas or electricity I receive?

No, the product is exactly the same it is only the name on the bill that changes.

Can I get advice from a real person?

Yes, you can speak to one of our switch advisors in our UK based call centre on 0203 475 7476 Monday – Friday 9am – 8pm and Saturday 10am – 3pm


What can my savings be?

This can vary from person to person and what tariff you are on at the moment. Currently more than 10% of customers switching their gas and electricity bills with Free Price Compare between 17th March 2019 and 17th June 2019 saved £505 or more. Using the same figures in this period the savings for gas on a single fuel switch was £253 and a electric on a single fuel switch was £279. When you use our site we calculate the savings on what you will paying when your current tariff ends.

How long does the switch take?

The switch can take up to 5 weeks, you have 14 days to change your mind after you switch so nothing is done in this period, and then it can take between 1 and 3 weeks for the supplier to change.


What if I change my mind?

You have 14 days from agreeing to switch to cancel the switch and you will not penalised.

Will I be charged to change suppliers?

If you are on a standard variable tariff then you are not bound by any contract and you will not be charged. If you are under contract, most suppliers will charge an early exit fee (typically £15 - £30 per fuel), this fee if you break your contract with them (you will not be penalised if you move house), however you can switch fee free in the last 49 days of your current contract.


How often should I switch?

You should treat your energy like any other renewable product in your home and therefore you should always switch 49 days before the end of your contract (typically annually, but you can get 24 or 36 month contracts).

Are your prices different than if I went direct?

Our prices are the same as the company’s website directly, but we offer more than 30 different suppliers in one place instead of inputting your details in 30 different websites.


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Home Energy Frequently asked questions

By switching your current energy tariffs, you could save hundreds of pounds by switching to better energy tariff through Free Price Compare. We compare energy prices and available energy tariffs from the UK energy suppliers to find better energy deal for you. You might also switch away from your current supplier if you are not happy with their customer service or you can switch suppliers if you are looking for green energy tariff.

By switching dual fuel, you can save up to £505* on your gas and electricity bills. Gas only tariff you can save up to £253* and Electricity only tariff you can save up to £279*

* 10% of customer switched through Free Price compare saved £505 or more. By using same survey, more than 50% of switches saved £253 on gas only and £279 for Electricity only. Based on actual energy switch from 17/03/2019 to 17/06/2019.

Savings may vary depending on customer household habits and usages.

All you need is your recent energy bill from your energy provider. All of the required information can easily be found on energy bill. However, if you don’t have a bill, we can still help you by looking at your monthly spend.

For a reliable and accurate quote, you need to know below:

  • Current energy supplier name
  • Current energy tariff
  • Current Energy usages in kWH or Monthly spend.

Usually, you can compare your energy prices within 4 minutes by using Free Price Compare. According to Ofgem figures, there are 70 active energy suppliers; Free Price Compare work with the largest suppliers in the industry and one search will generate results from the supplier we work with which means it’s very easy to compare energy prices with Free Price Compare compared to getting a quote with each energy supplier individually.

Once you have made an application to switch away from your current supplier, Free Price Compare will begin the process and carry out the communication your new supplier on your behalf, your new supplier will communicate with your existing supplier and deal with the switch process. All you will be asked for is to provide meter reading that will close down your previous account and open your new one. Usually energy switch can take up to 30 days to switch. Switching energy is hassle free with Free Price Compare.

No, your electricity and gas supply will remain as it is and you will never know the exact moment your supplier has changed. The only change you will notice will be your bill as they will come from new energy supplier.

  • 1 Standard variable energy tariffs – the energy prices vary based on the wholesale energy price meaning your bill could go up or down throughout your supply.
  • 2 Fixed rate energy tariffs - this is best for your peace of mind. Your energy prices will be fixed for a period you choose meaning your unit rate and standing charge will not change for the duration of the contract. Usually you can get a contract from 12 month to 60 months contract.
  • 3 Green energy tariffs – green energy tariffs can be fixed or variable tariffs. Green energy means energy generated by using renewable sources such as solar plants and wind farms.

Dual fuel energy tariff means you get gas and electricity supply from one supplier and you’ll also get one energy bill too. Most energy supplier offer discount if you switch to a dual energy tariff. However, you can switch gas and electricity individually if you prefer different supplier and separate bills.

Switching your gas and electricity supply is really easy. All you need to do is answer few questions regarding your current energy supply than choose a tariff and supplier you would like to switch to.

Once the switch application has been completed the rest of paperwork is carried out by your new supplier.

It is ideal to pay any outstanding debts before the switch date. Otherwise your current supplier can stop your switch. If your debt is less than £200 then your energy switch should progress as usual and the money you owe to the previous supplier will be taken on the final bill unless you have agreed a payment plan with them.

If you are happy with your supplier and prices then it is possible that you can take your current energy deal with you – Just contact your supplier and let them know your new address.

When you are moving home you should take the following actions:

  • Take a final meter reading on the day you are moving out
  • Take a meter reading the day you move in to the new property
  • Contact the existing supplier and check what tariffs you are on at the new property. Usually you will be on standard tariffs by default and they are one of the most expansive tariffs so it is recommended that you switch supplier or the tariff.

Yes, you can switch if you are directly paying your energy bills to a supplier. If you are paying your landlord for your energy bills then they will need to do the switch.

It depends on the supplier you are switching your energy to, but government incentives suggest that all suppliers must aim to install smart meter by 2020 in England, Wales and Scotland.

You can get smart meter if your supplier offers a smart meter installation or you can wait until they contact you regarding smart meter installation.

Yes you can switch FITs (feed in tariffs), we recommend that you check with supplier if they are happy to pay for your feed in tariff.

- FIT’s – means you’ll get paid for generating energy for you and selling excess energy to the national grid.

Energy prices can change depending on supply and demand in the wholesale energy market. If you are on variable tariff, your bills will go up and down with the wholesale market. If you don’t want your energy prices to be affected by the market change than your ideal tariff would be fixed rate energy tariff.

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  • Independent and Impartial comparison service
  • 4 step user-friendly process for finding the best deals
  • We bring the most economical deals from more than 30 energy suppliers including the Big Six
  • You can cancel your energy switch within 14 days
  • Our partner energy helpline are accredited by energy regulator ofgem, they will submit the application to the new supplier(s) you choose to go ahead with.
  • We’ll find the best energy deals from the tariffs available in the market so you won’t need to go supplier to supplier.
  • Switching energy supplier only takes 4 minutes and you can save up to £505* off your energy bill.

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Pure Planet Energy

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  • 100% green.
  • Pioneer
  • Pioneer

Brilliant Energy

  • Exclusive Fair Deal 1 Year Fixed Paperless Billing
  • Exclusive Fair Deal 1 Year Fixed Paper Billing
  • Fair Deal Gas 1.0

Solarplicity Energy

  • Fair Market Price 1 Year Fixed – October 2017
  • Fair Market Price Variable
  • Fair Market Price Variable – July 2017
  • Fair Market Price

Zebra Power

  • Zebra Fixed Rate April 2019 v1
  • Zebra Fixed Rate 12 Months v12
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Igloo Energy

  • Pioneer


  • ESB Fixed – Issue 7
  • ESB Fixed – Issue 6
  • ESB Fixed – Issue 5
  • ESB Fixed – Issue 4

Our Power

  • Our Fairer Energy Fixed to October 2018

Boost Energy

  • Smart Pay As You Go energy (All Online)

Together Energy

  • Together Fixed March19
  • Together 25 April2020
  • Freedom Fixed March19
  • Brexit Protect April2021

Orbit Energy

  • Orbit Energy Online V2
  • Flexi Online 17Wk 52
  • Just Up 17Wk 52
  • Save Up 17Wk 52

People’s Energy

  • The People’s Tariff

Outfox the Market

  • Whack! January Tariff (medium consumption)
  • Outfox the Market- Zapp! December Tariff

Utility Point

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  • Just Up 18Wk 13
  • Just Up 18 Wk11 Direct
  • Just Up 18Wk 11

RAM Energy

  • RAM Energy Fixed V2 Paper Bill
  • RAM Energy Fixed V2

Electraphase energy

  • Electraphase Fixed Tariff

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