Ah, electricity – it's what Billy Elliot sings about and the rest of us whinge about. Price hikes and default tariffs mean we're spending more than we’d like on our bills. It's not easy to find a great electricity deal, and it's not much fun either. We get it. That's why we'll take it off your hands.
You could save £350 a year by switching supplier for your electricity (and gas). And we make sure you keep saving by autoswitching you to better deals.
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Ofgem's Retail Highlights August 2018 says that in July 2018 there was a £358 difference between the average Big Six Standard Variable Tariff (gas and electricity by direct debit) and the cheapest alternative.
We compare electricity prices and suggest the best deal for you. Then once you've chosen, we'll keep switching you whenever you can save at least £50 a year.Tell me more
We'll only ever switch you when we know you can save, but the savings threshold might change.
There are lots of different types of electricity deals – let’s get you the right one.
With an SVT, the price you pay changes and generally it'll be higher than with a fixed tariff.
You pay a fixed price for your electricity for a fixed amount of time, so you don't have to worry about your bill going up.
This means both your gas and electricity will be on one bill. It makes life a lot easier but it's always worth checking to see if it'll be cheaper separately.
Green suppliers get their electricity from things like wind and solar. They
used to be pretty expensive, but now they're not. Save on your electricity and
save the planet too.
It's a win-win.
We’ve got three reasons for you.
You'll almost definitely save money. Maybe even loads of it (£350 sound good?)
Yep. We’re surprised we can do that too.
You'll never have to worry about paying too much for your electricity again.
Don't be one of them, hit that big button.Get flipping started
Ofgem's Retail Highlights August 2018 says that in July 2018 there was a £358 difference between the average Big Six Standard Variable Tariff (gas and electricity by direct debit) and the cheapest alternative. Ofgem's State of the Energy Market report for 2018
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