Reduce your home's electricity bills
Electricity is one of the most essential expenditures for most households across the UK, used to provide us with a source of lighting as well as power our collection of appliances and electronics – from the fridge freezer, to the television.
While we can’t outright avoid the expense of paying our electricity bills, it is still likely that you can save potentially hundreds of pounds each year simply by switching to a cheaper and more suitable tariff for your needs.
By comparing quotes across the market of both the Big Six and smaller independent suppliers, you can get a clearer idea of the different types of tariffs available to you, and see just how much you could be saving on your electricity bills.
When you switch supplier, the only factors that change for you is a reduction in the cost of your electricity bill, and the name of the company displayed on your bill. Your physical supply of electricity does not change, you won’t require any new installations or wiring work, and there is no disruption to your supply whatsoever.
If you’d like to get started with the switching process, you’ll first need to receive some quotes to compare. To do this, you can either enter your postcode into the form on the right or give one of our savings experts a call on 0800 188 4945.
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There are various other ways you can reduce your electricity bills – namely, by adopting new habits which ensure that whenever you do use electricity, you are doing so in the most efficient ways possible. If you’d like to find particular tips and advice for conserving electricity in your home, you can read our energy efficiency pages for more information.
You can also read our FAQ and resources sections for answers to most questions you might have about energy pricing, how the energy industry operates, and how websites such as UK Energy work. If you find that your question isn’t answered here, please give us a call and a member of our team will help.
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