To get an accurate comparison and make the switch quickly, you will need the latest energy bill. If you need any assistance in reading the energy bill, simply have a look at our handy Understand your energy bill guide.
Your email address helps us to send the results to your inbox so you can resume the process whenever you want without filling the details again.
You can find the current tariff from your latest energy bill. To understand your energy bill, simply click here.
This information helps us find out whether you have to pay an exit fee or not, if you switch now.
The saving figures are calculated after considering the exit fees of your current tariffs so it is the total savings after all charges.
We provide filters to refine the search result.
Filter by Energy: You can choose whether you want dual fuel tariffs or just single fuel.
Payment Method: Here you can choose how you want to pay. (Tip: Monthly Direct Debit plans are 15-20% cheaper than the “pay on receipt of bill” option)
Filter by Tariff Type: Fixed plans will freeze your price for a predefined period of time while Variable plans prices can be increased or decreased by the supplier. (Tip: Fixed plan gives you a peace of mind from future price hikes)
Paper Billing: Choosing this option will increase prices.
No Exit Fees: You can avoid paying exit fees when switching before the end of the contract.
Green Plans: You can choose a Green Plan to contribute towards saving the environment as energy supplied under these plans will be from renewable sources.
Tell us about yourself.
Confirm your address.
Provide us your “Gas Meter Point Reference Number” (MPRN) and sometime we may also need your “Electricity Meter Point Administration Number” (MPAN). You can find both of these from your latest energy bill, here we explain how.
Finally, payment details to set up your direct debit. Here we forecast your monthly direct debit for your information. Your payment details are completely safe.
And you are done! Seat back and relax! We will take care of the rest.
Not at all! Supply of Gas and Electricity will continue as it goes through the same cables and pipelines. There won’t be any damage or dig up at your home. Your meter will also remain the same. Just your supplier will be changed and your bills will be lower.
Of course, you can compare and switch each single fuel with us. Select the option accordingly at step 2.
It will vary from supplier to supplier, but typically the range is from 17 days to 5 weeks. We update the switching times of various suppliers regularly based on the data available on this page (you can bookmark it for future reference).