Why should I compare energy tariff?
By comparing energy tariffs, we can tell you the one that’s cheapest for you. That’s because there isn’t one single cheapest energy deal for every person in the UK. So, all you need to do is enter a few details about your energy usage, and we’ll find you all the tariffs available in your area so you can start saving on one of your biggest household bills.
What is a fixed tariff?
A fixed tariff is a type of plan where the length of your contract, and your unit rate, is set. This means you'll know exactly how much you'll pay, so there's no surprises.
What is a variable tariff?
A variable tariff is a type of plan where the cost of energy may go up or down, depending on what happens in the wider market and potentially the costs your supplier faces. You'll always know what you're paying, and you're told at least 30 days in advance about any changes. A variable tariff could be a good option if you don't want to be tied into a long contract, as you can leave whenever you want without paying a fee.
Where can I find my meter?
Your meter is usually near your fuse box or boiler. But sometimes, it's on the front of house. If you're renting, you can check with your landlord or letting agent if you're not quite sure.
What’s the best energy tariff for me?
You should decide what is most important for you in your new tariff, as each supplier and each energy plan is a bit different. It's usually a good idea to choose whether you want a variable or fixed-term tariff, depending on how long you want to be tied into a contract for. And then, you can choose based on price, supplier name, or even renewable energy.