Simply by switching gas and/or electricity suppliers and moving to a more competitive tariff, home energy consumers in the UK could be saving an average of £191 on their energy bills every year.
Finding a better deal on your energy and changing to a new provider couldn’t be an easier process. UK Energy offers a price comparison service designed to help you make an informed choice on who you pay, how you pay, and how much you pay for your home energy supply.
We can offer quotes from the Big Six energy suppliers, such as British Gas and Scottish Power, as well as the smaller, independent suppliers, like First Utility and Opus Energy. It’s because we compare a wide spectrum of the energy market that we’re ideally positioned to provide you with some of the most competitive energy deals available today.
UK Energy’s service is accredited by Ofgem’s Confidence Code and offers quotes based on only the most current prices available from the energy companies. As and when we are notified by suppliers, we update the pricing information we use in order to provide the most accurate possible prices to you.
If you want to get started with the switching process, it’s simple – either enter your postcode into the form on the right to receive your quotes, or give one of our savings experts a call on 0800 188 4945 to discuss the options available to you.
Reduce your energy bills even further
In addition to switching your home energy supplier, there are a number of home improvements you could make and habits you and your family could adopt to reduce your energy consumption. If you would like to find out more about how you could make your home more energy efficient and use less gas and electricity day to day, then please visit our energy efficiency pages.
If you have any questions at all about how you are billed for the energy you use at home, or how the energy industry and suppliers operate, please visit our FAQ and resources sections. If it looks like we’ve missed something, get in touch with us by giving us a call or emailing email@example.com and we’ll answer any other questions you may have.
Source: Which? 2014
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