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Compare ESB Energy gas, electricity and dual fuel tariffs. FreePriceCompare finds the best deals from more than 40 companies. No one compares more than us! Why FreePriceCompare scores higher than its competitors? – Check Here! 04 December 2019 ESB Energy – 12 Month Brighter Future Digital v4 General Tariff Information : Tariff type Fixed Tariff […]

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Compare gas, electricity and dual fuel tariffs by Orbit Energy. FreePriceCompare finds the best deals from more than 40 companies. No one compares more than us! Why FreePriceCompare scores higher than its competitors? – Check Here! 4 July 2019 Orbit Energy – Beat The Cap – Jul19 General Tariff Information : Tariff type Variable Tariff […]

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New Energy Tariffs Launched by Igloo Energy

15 September 2017 We have just gone live with a new supplier called Igloo Energy. Igloo Energy are a new UK energy supplier whose mission is to help make their customers’ homes smarter, more efficient and cost less to run. They currently have one variable product called Pioneer, below are the average prices by region […]

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New Energy Tariffs Launched by Our Power

17 May 2018 Our Power has changed prices for its Our Best tariff effective from April 2018. New prices are now live on our website. You can switch energy supplier in just 5 minutes and save up to £468*! Below are the average prices by region for current average usage figures i.e. gas 12,000 kWh per annum and […]

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First of all what is a social tariff? This is one of the main questions that come to one’s mind when they read about making savings on energy bills. Well, these are special tariffs offered to people who are facing the threat of getting into the fuel poverty zone. You are considered to be under […]

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For the 4th time in as many years, small independent energy suppliers like Ecotricity and Good Energy have beaten the likes of Npower, Scottish gas and EDF Energy. In a continuing trend of large suppliers performing very poorly, Npower revived a 35% rating, which was the lowest score in the index. Scottish power scored 41%, […]

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