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The ‘Certified Green Energy’ label you can see next to some tariffs in our comparison table is awarded by the Green Energy Supply Certification Scheme. It is run by an independent panel of experts and supported by Ofgem, the government regulator of gas and electricity markets in the UK.
The Scheme is governed by the Green Supply Guidelines, published by Ofgem in February 2009. These guidelines are then applied by the panel through an agreed Rulebook, with the administration undertaken by a Secretariat, the National Energy Foundation.

The aim of the Green Energy Supply Certification Scheme is to provide you with everything you need to make an informed choice and get a tariff that makes a measurable environmental difference.

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Energy Saving Trust
www.energysavingtrust.org.uk

The Energy Saving Trust offers impartial advice to communities and households on how to reduce carbon emissions, use water more sustainably and save money on energy bills.

Green Deal
www.greendealinitiative.co.uk

The Green Deal is a government initiative designed to help home owners to employ more green technologies in their properties. It allows you to install new green technology into your property with no up front costs. These costs will be payed back directly through your energy bill over a period of time.

Energy Grants Calculator
www.gov.uk/energy-grants-calculator

Find energy grants and ways to improve your energy efficiency.

Citizens Advice
www.eas.org.uk

If you are struggling to pay your bills and need some advice.

Home Energy Efficiency Programmes for Scotland (HEEPS)
www.eas.org.uk

HEEPS is the new Scottish Government initiative to tackle fuel poverty and increase energy efficiency in homes.

Home Energy Efficiency Scheme
www.wales.gov.uk

Information on home energy efficiency schemes running in Wales.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY ADVICE

Ten ways to save on energy

Check out these top tips for keeping those energy bills down.

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Energy saving is something we could all benefit from, both from a money saving and environmental point of view – so here are some quick tips from sources such as Friends of the Earth that could help to keep those energy bills down.

Switch to a shower

If you can switch to having a shower instead of a bath, you could save about 40 litres of water each time – that's a lot of hot water. But make sure if you have a power shower that you turn the pressure right down as they can use even more water than a bath. And if you're putting in a new sink, consider fitting spray taps – they use far less water.

Energy-saving lightbulbs

They do cost a bit more, but according to the Energy Saving Trust, each bulb can save you £9 over the course of a year (or £100 over the lifetime of the bulb as they last up to 12x longer too). In fact, if we all fitted just one of these lightbulbs, Scottish Power reckons we could save enough electricity to power lighting in three million homes for a year! Cheap energy saving lightbulbs can often be found in Wilkinson's and Lidl.

Turn it down

If you can turn down your thermostat by one degree Celsius you could save up to £40 per year. Go on, put another jumper on! And don't forget to ensure radiators aren't being blocked by furniture or curtains.

And again!

And while you're at it, turn down the thermostat on your hot water tank to 60°C. The water will be more than hot enough and it'll save you an extra tenner a year.

Wash it colder

It's not rocket science: washing clothes at 30°C can save 40% more energy than washing at 40°C.

Get insulated

As we all know, heat rises, so make sure that loft is well insulated or you'll be literally pouring money through the roof! You could be eligible for free loft insulation – find out more in How to get free cavity wall and loft insulation.

Unplug it

Do as I do and switch off and unplug all appliances that aren't being used. According to Friends of the Earth, 85% of the energy used by a DVD player is wasted when it is on standby. And don't forget that equipment when fully charged continues to draw electricity – so unplug that mobile phone/camera/electric toothbrush etc.

Frugal fridges

Don't spend ages pondering the contents of the fridge with the door wide open (each minute a fridge door is left open takes three minutes to cool back down again). And remember to let food cool before putting into the fridge. Freezers also benefit from being kept in a cool room, such as a garage.

Frugal frying!

Try to match the ring size on your cooker to the size of pan it is heating – you'll waste less energy. If you need to simmer something for a while, most cookers have small ring for this purpose. And don't forget that by putting a lid on saucepans the contents will heat faster and save energy.

Switch your tariff

And don't forget the biggie – there can be major savings to be made by switching gas and electricity supplier if you haven't done so for a while. Get some recent bills together and compare gas and electricity suppliers to see how much you could save.

Energy Saving grants

Finally, you may not realise it but the government and many local authorities offer grants in order to help us implement energy saving measures. Check out the Energy Saving trust grant search tool, or call 0800 512 012 and find out if there are any grants in your area that you could be entitled to.

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY ADVICE

How to get your boiler repaired or replaced for free

If your boiler needs repairing or replacing, you could have the work done for free or at a reduced cost, thanks to a number of schemes.

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When winter comes around, the last thing you want is your boiler packing up as the mercury drops.

So if your boiler needs repairing or you have had it for years and you could benefit from a more energy efficient model, now's a good time to look into getting it sorted.

What’s more, you could qualify for a free replacement gas boiler under the Government’s Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme.

ECO explained

The ECO scheme replaces the previous Carbon Emissions Reduction Target, or CERT, but is the same in that it sets the big energy companies targets for improving energy efficiency in low income and vulnerable homes.

To qualify, you need to have:

  • a household income of less than £15,860 a year and receive Child Tax Credits; or
  • be on income-related benefits, such as Pension Credit or income support; or
  • live in a postcode area the Government has chosen to benefit from the ECO scheme.

To get free advice on whether you are eligible, you can call the Energy Saving Advice Service on 0300 123 1234 (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) or 0808 808 2282 (Scotland) or email energy-advice@est.org.uk.

Who's offering this?

Five of the ‘big six’ energy companies are currently offering free boiler replacements: EDF, E.on, npower, ScottishPower and SSE. You don’t need to be a customer of the company to take advantage of the offer.

If you’re eligible, they will send round an assessor, who will look at your boiler and the rest of your home to see what energy efficiency improvements you qualify for.

If your boiler is going to be repaired to replaced, they will then arrange for a qualified installer to come out and do the work. The work will usually come with a warranty.

How much could you save?

The Energy Saving Trust estimates that replacing the most inefficient old boilers (those with a G efficiency rating) could cut over £300 a year off the average home's heating bills.

With a new boiler costing around £2,300, this is a serious amount of money you could be saving.

If you don’t qualify for ECO

If you’re not eligible for work via the ECO scheme, it could still be well worth your while repairing or replacing your current boiler.

The most obvious way to pay for this would be using any savings you have. You could also spread the payments via a 0% purchases credit card.

Or you could look at a finance scheme such as the Government’s Green Deal. This allows you to pay for energy efficiency measures, such as fixing or replacing your boiler, via your future electricity bills.

The basic premise underpinning the Green Deal, or the ‘Golden Rule’, is that the savings you’ll make from using less gas and/or electricity will balance out the cost of the energy efficiency measures. Find out more in The Green Deal explained.

If you want to use greener technology to heat your home, it’s probably worth looking at the Renewable Heat Premium Payment. This is a Government scheme that provides free grants via vouchers for the installation of renewable energy measures such as air-to-water heat pumps, biomass boilers and solar thermal panels.

There’s more information and application forms for this on the Energy Saving Trust website. You'll need to have a Green Deal assessment carried out before any work can begin.

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY ADVICE

How to get free cavity wall and loft insulation

Depending on where you live and how much you earn, you may be eligible for free insulation.

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If your home doesn't already have insulation or only has a small amount, you may be eligible for free installation, depending on where you live, your household income and what type of property you live in.

Under the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme, the major energy companies have to offer free cavity wall and/or loft insulation to certain homes.

Will you qualify?

To have free insulation installed, you must own your own home or have permission from the landlord for the work to be carried out.

You must also be receiving of the following benefits:

  • Pension Credit;
  • Child Tax Credit (and your income is £15,860 or less);
  • Working Tax Credit (and your income is £15,860 or less), plus one of the extra conditions below must also apply;
  • Income Support, plus one of the extra conditions below must also apply;
  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance, plus one of the extra conditions below must also apply;
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance, plus the support or work-related element, or one of the extra conditions below.

For certain benefits, one of the following must also apply:

  • you’re responsible for a child under 16 (or under 20 if they’re in education or training);
  • you get Disabled Child Premium;
  • you get Disability Premium;
  • you get Pensioner Premium;
  • you’re 60 or over (only if you get Working Tax Credit).

You might not qualify if…

There are some further exceptions to the rules.

Firstly, in terms of loft insulation, you’re unlikely to qualify if:

  • you already have more than 60mm thick loft insulation;
  • the company cannot insulate two-thirds of the loft space;
  • the installation requires additional equipment – in this case, you can still have it done, but you’ll have to pay something towards the installation;
  • you have a large (five-bedroom plus) or unusual property;
  • you live in the far north and islands of Scotland.

And you may be ineligible for cavity wall insulation if:

  • you have pre-existing cavity wall insulation;
  • the company cannot insulate at least two-thirds of the wall’s cavities;
  • the installation requires additional equipment – in this case, you can still have it done, but you’ll have to pay something towards the installation;
  • you have a large (five-bedroom plus) or unusual property;
  • you live in the far north and islands of Scotland.

However, this does vary from company to company so check before you rule anything in or out.

How to check if you qualify

Below are links to information on the 'Big Six' energy companies' websites, where you can find out more about what they offer and how to apply.

Your local council may also be offering free installation.

If you do qualify, a qualified assessor will carry out a Green Deal assessment to see how energy efficient your home is and recommend improvements, which may include other measures in addition to insulation.

Help for low-income households

In addition to help with cavity wall and loft insulation, there are schemes around the UK to help you with other aspects of heating and insulation.


Local authority grants

Many local authorities also have grants available to local residents to help them pay for energy efficient measures. The Energy Saving Trust website has a grants and discounts section, as does GOV.UK.

Don’t qualify? You can still save on insulation

If you don’t qualify for free insulation for whatever reason, you can still get discounted installation with all of the major energy companies, and others such as Sainsbury’s Energy. Shop around to get the cheapest installation price – it may not be with an energy company. Whatever road you go down, make sure whoever’s installing it is a member of either:

Remember to also check that:

  • your installer is signed up to a code of professional practice like the one provided by the NIA;
  • the cavity wall installation is guaranteed for 25 years by CIGA.

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY ADVICE

The Green Deal explained

Here's how the Government's flagship energy efficiency scheme works and what to watch out for.

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The Government's Green Deal scheme has launched, although there are still some details to be finalised. Here's the lowdown on the scheme as it stands.

What is the Green Deal?

Very simply, the Green Deal offers loans to pay for energy insulation measures such as cavity wall and loft insulation, and renewable energy products including solar panels. The repayments for the loan, including interest, will be added to a household’s electricity bills.

However, the whole initiative is built on the premise that the savings a household will make on its energy bills will quickly outweigh the repayments. This has been called the ‘Golden Rule’. There are concerns that installations will struggle to meet this Golden Rule and that a lot of the onus will be on households to radically change how much energy they use as well.

How the process works

The first stage is to book a Green Deal assessment. A qualified assessor will spend around two hours looking at the energy efficiency of your home and how you use energy.

They will provide you with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), similar to ones you see on appliances such as washing machines and fridge-freezers. This will show your current energy efficiency rating and a potential rating if you made some improvements.

They will also provide a tailored report, which will recommend energy-saving measures you can take yourself and any you could apply for through the Green Deal.

Any improvements that require financing will have to meet the Golden Rule of saving you more over time than they cost to install. This should be set out in the costing.

Who’s offering the Green Deal?

Companies including the 'Big Six' energy companies (British Gas, EDF, E.ON, npower, ScottishPower and SSE), plus the likes of Carillion and Keepmoat have signed up to become Green Deal providers. You can find a list of companies in your postcode on the official Green Deal website.

What will the interest rate be?

It appears that individual providers are setting their own interest rates of between 6% and 9%. The average interest rate is expected to be around the 7% mark.

Are there any incentives for getting a Green Deal loan?

Yes, the Government is making a total of £125 million available in cashback for people who sign up early on, although only the first £40 million will be guaranteed at the rates listed below.

It’s a first come, first served offer and you have to arrange the work through a Green Deal provider to be eligible for the cashback.

Here are the cashback amounts being offered now:

Energy efficiency measure Cashback level
Loft insulation (incl.top up) £100
Cavity Wall Insulation £250
Solid Wall Insulation* £650
Flat roof insulation £390
Room in roof insulation £220
Floor insulation £150
Hot water cylinder insulation (top up)** £10
Draught proofing £50
Heating controls (roomstat and/or programmer & time/temperature zone controls)** £70
Condensing oil boiler from non-condensing oil heating or other *** £310
Upgrade boiler to condensing gas boiler from non-condensing boiler or other. £270
Flue Gas heat recovery (condensing combi boiler) only alongside replacement boiler £90
New or replacement storage heaters £150
Replacement warm-air unit £60
Waste water heat recovery systems £60
Double/Triple Glazing (old single to A) £20 per m2 up to a maximum of £320
Secondary glazing £15 per m2 up to a maximum of £230
High performance replacement doors £40

* A minimum of 50% of external walls must be insulated to qualify for cashback.

** Cannot be claimed at same time as boiler replacement (as this is a regulatory requirement).

*** Householders should consider their renewable heat options, as they could get a higher payment under Renewable Heat Premium Payment now, for certain measures.

The work must also be completed within specified timelines, which are six months for solid wall improvements and three months for other improvements. All improvements have to be finished by 31st March 2014. This cashback scheme is only operating in England and Wales.

If you live in Scotland, the Government is offering up to £1,200 in cashback, with a further £150 to pay for the assessment. You can find out more about this on the Energy Saving Trust Scotland website.

You must apply for your cashback voucher before

What if I want to switch energy supplier?

You can switch energy supplier but only to another supplier that is participating in the Green Deal finance scheme. It’s not clear if the interest rate could change as a result of you switching.

What if I move home?

If you move home before the loan has been paid off then the idea is it remains on the bills and has to be paid by the new householder. However, in reality, the buyer may ask you to pay off the Green Deal loan before they purchase your home. This could incur a high early repayment charge, so if you are planning to move in the future make sure you factor this in to your calculations.

Make sure you shop around

You should shop around for both your assessment and any works you want done. When you're getting quotes for an assessment, be aware that some companies will not charge you up-front, but only if you then commit to them doing any work.

It looks like the average assessment costs around £120.

You should be very not to commit to any works during the assessment before you've had a chance to look at any paperwork. Resist hard sells such as fantastic discounts that are only on offer for a limited period of time.

And you should definitely get more than one quote for the works.

Could you pay for improvements another way?

Of course, the Green Deal isn't the only way you could fund energy efficiency improvements. If you have enough savings, you can pay for them upfront.

You could also spread the cost interest-free over up to 18 months via a 0% purchases credit card. You may also be able to increase the size of your mortgage, at a lower interest rate than offered by the Green Deal.

Or you may even find a personal loan is cheaper in terms of the interest rate, although you won't have as long to pay it back as you would have done via the Green Deal and you need to watch out for any other fees.

With any of the above options, you will have greater flexibility to shop around for a company to carry out your improvement works. But it's probably worth paying for a Green Deal assessment anyway, as this will highlight the parts of your home that may need improving, unless you already know what needs to be done.

It's worth noting also that you can also claim Green Deal cashback if you pay for the work upfront, providing a Green Deal assessment is carried out first and the work is done by a Green Deal provider. Remember you need to claim the cashback voucher after the assessment but before the work begins.

Help for people on low incomes

If you're on a low income or benefits, you could be entitled to free improvement work. Read How to get free cavity wall and loft insulation and How to get your boiler repaired or replaced for free for more information.

Advice on energy efficiency

If you want help and advice on energy saving and information about schemes you may be eligible for, you can call the impartial Energy Saving Advice Service on 0300 123 1234 if you live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland. Calls are charged at standard national rates.

If you live in Scotland, call your local Energy Saving Scotland advice centre free on 0800 512 012.

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY ADVICE

Ways to pay for energy efficiency improvements

If you're thinking about some measures to improve your home's energy efficiency, here are some ideas on how to spread the cost.

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Making your home more energy efficient can be an expensive business, but the longer-term savings on your energy bills could well make it worthwhile.

You can opt to have the work carried out as part of a Green Deal even if you don’t take out Green Deal finance. This could be the cheapest way to get the improvements done, particularly if you can take advantage of the cashback that is currently on offer.

If you don’t want to use your savings or don’t have any, here are some ways to spread the cost of those improvements.

Green Deal finance

The basic premise of Green Deal finance is the cost of any energy efficient improvements you make are paid back via your electricity bill (the repayments include interest charges of around 7%-9%).

However, the cost works on a ‘Golden Rule’. This says that the cost of the works must not exceed the savings you’ll make on your energy bills. So, in effect, the works are cost neutral. You can find out more in The Green Deal explained.

A personal loan

Depending on your credit rating, personal loan rates can be cheaper than using Green Deal finance. Shop around using a comparison site to see who’s offering the lowest rates, but make sure you look at the total amount repayable as well.

If you have the option of using a pre-check facility to see if you will be accepted, take advantage as you then won’t make a potentially wasted application which will show on your credit report.

Remortgaging

You could increase the size of your mortgage and use the money you’ve released to pay for your improvements. This could be a good move if your interest rate is fairly low, but bear in mind what might happen if rates were to rise in the future. Be sure you could afford your monthly repayments.

A 0% purchases credit card

You could spread the cost interest free with a 0% purchases credit card, but these cards don’t generally offer a) long to pay off your spending and b) a high credit limit. So while one might be suitable if you’re only making smaller improvements, it probably won’t work for larger-scale works.

Make sure you can afford the monthly repayments and you’re able to pay off the balance by the time the interest-free period ends, otherwise you’ll be charged interest.

Renewable Heat Premium Payment

This is a one-off grant of up to £2,300 to help towards the cost of renewable energy measures such as biomass boilers, solar thermal hot water systems and air-to-water heat pumps.

There is one scheme for England, Scotland and Wales, which you can find out more about on the Energy Saving Trust website, and one for Northern Ireland, which is explained on the DETI website.

Home Energy Scotland Renewables Loan Scheme (Scotland only)

The Scottish Government is offering interest-free loans of up to £10,000 to homeowners who want to either install a renewable energy system, such as solar photovoltaic panels or a biomass boiler, or connect to a district heating system powered by renewable energy.

This scheme is primarily aimed at people on low incomes. For more information, go to the Energy Saving Trust website.

Local authority grants

Your local authority may be able to offer a grant for certain energy efficiency measures.

If you’re on a low income and benefits

If you're on a low income and you receive certain qualifying benefits, such as Income Support or Pension Credit, you may be eligible for free energy efficiency improvement measures such as cavity wall insulation or a new boiler. Find out more in How to get free cavity wall and loft insulation and How to get your boiler repaired or replaced for free.

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  • your Meter Point Access Number (MPAN) starts with '02'.
If unsure, check a recent bill or contact your supplier.

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RELATED FAQ

  • What is a kWh (kilowatt-hour)?
  • A kWh stands for kilowatt hour- the unit used to measure energy use. 1 kWh will power a 40 watt light bulb for 25 hours.
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  • How will you know when your tariff is coming to an end?
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Your new gas plan
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Unit price
(price per kWh)
p
p Incl. VAT
Standing charge

incl VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption (pro rata exc. VAT)
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use kWh in 365 days which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated gas cost for a year
= £

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Your new rollover gas plan
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Unit price
(price per kWh)
p
p Incl. VAT
Standing charge

incl VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption (pro rata exc. VAT)
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The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
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Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated gas cost for a year
= £

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Standing charge

incl. VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use kWh in 365 days which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
kWh in the daytime at night will be charged at p per kWh
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Description
Amount
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5% VAT on energy products
total estimated electricity cost for a year

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p Incl. VAT
Standing charge

incl. VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use kWh in 365 days which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
kWh in the daytime at night will be charged at p per kWh
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Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated electricity cost for a year
total estimated cost for a year
= £

If you currently receive a Warm Home Discount please check with your new provider that they are part of the scheme. Not all providers are part of the scheme and you may lose your Warm Home Discount if they do not participate.

WARNING: prices are fixed until .

The estimated costs for this tariff are calculated on the assumption they remain available for the next 12 months.
After , you will be automatically transferred to the cheapest evergreen tariff available with . The new tariff may be more expensive than .

You will receive notification from between 42 and 49 days before the end date of your tariff. During this notification period, cannot charge you a penalty or exit fee if you decide to switch to a new supplier or tariff.

WARNING: prices are fixed for months.

The estimated costs for this tariff are calculated on the assumption they remain available for the next 12 months.
After months, you will be automatically transferred to the cheapest evergreen tariff available with . The new tariff may be more expensive than .

You will receive notification from between 42 and 49 days before the end date of your tariff. During this notification period, cannot charge you a penalty or exit fee if you decide to switch to a new supplier or tariff.

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Your current plan has expired and your Supplier has rolled you onto their cheapest standard variable tariff, based on your payment method, meter type and whether you manage your account online.

If you do not switch you will stay on this tariff indefinitely.

Exit fee of

If you switch from this tariff to a new one you will need to pay an exit fee.

However, if you have received notification from your supplier that your tariff is going to expire and/or there are less than 49 days until your tariff expires then your Supplier cannot charge you a penalty or exit fee if you decide to switch.

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The first The next The remaining will be charged at
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Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
Your current gas personal projection

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Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
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The first The next The remaining will be charged at
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Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
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Expired on
Your current electricity plan
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Your current plan has expired and your Supplier has rolled you onto their cheapest standard variable tariff, based on your payment method, meter type and whether you manage your account online.

If you do not switch you will stay on this tariff indefinitely.

Exit fee of

If you switch from this tariff to a new one you will need to pay an exit fee.

However, if you have received notification from your supplier that your tariff is going to expire and/or there are less than 49 days until your tariff expires then your Supplier cannot charge you a penalty or exit fee if you decide to switch.

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Standing charge

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Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use
The first The next The remaining will be charged at
in the daytime over days at night over days will be charged at
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
Your current electricity personal projection
to
Your rollover electricity plan
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Unit price
(price per kWh)

Standing charge

Tariff comparison rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use
The first The next The remaining will be charged at
in the daytime over days at night over days will be charged at
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
Your rollover electricity personal projection
Your current tariff personal projection if you don't switch

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Price Guaranteed until
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Price Guaranteed until
Exit fee (if you cancel this tariff before the end date)
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Illustrative gas cost on this tariff
Assumed annual consumption As advised in your personal projection
Estimated annual cost As advised in your personal projection
Tariff comparison Rate (TCR)

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Fixed rate
Variable rate
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New tariff estimated cost

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Current tariff(s) estimated cost

more details
£ per year
According to our estimation, switching to this tariff will save you:
£ per year

NEW TARIFF(S) PERSONAL PROJECTION - How is it calculated?

Gas unit rates and calculations


Your new gas plan
Supplier image
Unit price
(price per kWh)
p
p Incl. VAT
Standing charge

incl VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption (pro rata exc. VAT)
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use kWh in 365 days which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated gas cost for a year
= £

Gas unit rates and calculations


Your new rollover gas plan
Supplier image
Unit price
(price per kWh)
p
p Incl. VAT
Standing charge

incl VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption (pro rata exc. VAT)
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use kWh in 365 days which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated gas cost for a year
= £

Electricity unit rates and calculations


Your new electricity plan
Supplier image
Unit price
(price per kWh)
p
p Incl. VAT
Standing charge

incl. VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use kWh in 365 days which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
kWh in the daytime at night will be charged at p per kWh
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated electricity cost for a year

Electricity unit rates and calculations


Your new rollover electricity plan
Supplier image
Unit price
(price per kWh)
p
p Incl. VAT
Standing charge

incl. VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use kWh in 365 days which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
kWh in the daytime at night will be charged at p per kWh
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated electricity cost for a year
total estimated cost for a year
= £

If you currently receive a Warm Home Discount please check with your new provider that they are part of the scheme. Not all providers are part of the scheme and you may lose your Warm Home Discount if they do not participate.

WARNING: prices are fixed until .

The estimated costs for this tariff are calculated on the assumption they remain available for the next 12 months.
After , you will be automatically transferred to the cheapest evergreen tariff available with . The new tariff may be more expensive than .

You will receive notification from between 42 and 49 days before the end date of your tariff. During this notification period, cannot charge you a penalty or exit fee if you decide to switch to a new supplier or tariff.

WARNING: prices are fixed for months.

The estimated costs for this tariff are calculated on the assumption they remain available for the next 12 months.
After months, you will be automatically transferred to the cheapest evergreen tariff available with . The new tariff may be more expensive than .

You will receive notification from between 42 and 49 days before the end date of your tariff. During this notification period, cannot charge you a penalty or exit fee if you decide to switch to a new supplier or tariff.

CURRENT TARIFF(S) PERSONAL PROJECTION


total estimated cost for the next 12 months from
today
Based on the information you provided about your energy usage and tariff. This is the amount of energy you use.
You can change it by clicking HERE - it will take you back to step 2: 'USAGE' and you will be able to amend your details.
Energy type Your input Equivalent kWh usage
Gas
Electricity
 
 
kWh every
kWh every  
kWh in the day every
kWh in the night every  
Energy type
Gas
Your input
 
Equivalent kWh usage
kWh every
Energy type
Electricity
Your input
 
Equivalent kWh usage
kWh every  
kWh in the day every
kWh in the night every  

Gas unit rates and calculations

Expired on
Your current gas plan
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Your current plan has expired and your Supplier has rolled you onto their cheapest standard variable tariff, based on your payment method, meter type and whether you manage your account online.

If you do not switch you will stay on this tariff indefinitely.

Exit fee of

If you switch from this tariff to a new one you will need to pay an exit fee.

However, if you have received notification from your supplier that your tariff is going to expire and/or there are less than 49 days until your tariff expires then your Supplier cannot charge you a penalty or exit fee if you decide to switch.

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Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use
The first The next The remaining will be charged at
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
Your current gas personal projection

Gas unit rates and calculations

From to
Your rollover gas plan
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Unit price
(price per kWh)

Standing charge

Tariff comparison rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use
The first The next The remaining will be charged at
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
Your rollover gas personal projection

Electricity unit rates and calculations

Expired on
Your current electricity plan
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Your current plan has expired and your Supplier has rolled you onto their cheapest standard variable tariff, based on your payment method, meter type and whether you manage your account online.

If you do not switch you will stay on this tariff indefinitely.

Exit fee of

If you switch from this tariff to a new one you will need to pay an exit fee.

However, if you have received notification from your supplier that your tariff is going to expire and/or there are less than 49 days until your tariff expires then your Supplier cannot charge you a penalty or exit fee if you decide to switch.

Today until
Your current electricity plan Your rollover electricity plan
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(price per kWh)

Standing charge

Tariff comparison rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use
The first The next The remaining will be charged at
in the daytime over days at night over days will be charged at
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
Your current electricity personal projection
to
Your rollover electricity plan
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Unit price
(price per kWh)

Standing charge

Tariff comparison rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use
The first The next The remaining will be charged at
in the daytime over days at night over days will be charged at
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
Your rollover electricity personal projection
Your current tariff personal projection if you don't switch

Congratulations , you've taken a great step towards lowering your bills.

Your SwitchID is: . Please make a note of it for futher reference. It will also be sent to your email address (), along with the details of your switch.
We will now send your switch details to your chosen supplier - . They will get in touch within days.

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Gas unit rates and calculations


Your new gas plan
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Unit price
(price per kWh)
p
p Incl. VAT
Standing charge

incl VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption (pro rata exc. VAT)
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use kWh in 365 days which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated gas cost for a year
= £

Gas unit rates and calculations


Your new rollover gas plan
Supplier image
Unit price
(price per kWh)
p
p Incl. VAT
Standing charge

incl VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption (pro rata exc. VAT)
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use kWh in 365 days which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated gas cost for a year
= £

Electricity unit rates and calculations


Your new electricity plan
Supplier image
Unit price
(price per kWh)
p
p Incl. VAT
Standing charge

incl. VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use kWh in 365 days which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
kWh in the daytime at night will be charged at p per kWh
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated electricity cost for a year

Electricity unit rates and calculations


Your new rollover electricity plan
Supplier image
Unit price
(price per kWh)
p
p Incl. VAT
Standing charge

incl. VAT
Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR)
Annual standing charge (pro rata exc. VAT)
365 days at p per day
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use kWh in 365 days which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining kWh will be charged at p per kWh
kWh in the daytime at night will be charged at p per kWh
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated electricity cost for a year
total estimated cost for a year
= £

REMINDER: YOUR OLD PLAN INFORMATION


total estimated cost for a year
Estimation based on the information you provided:
  • gas:
  • gas: Medium
  • electricity: , current payment method:
  • electricity: Medium , current payment method:
  • electricity: Medium , current payment method: . Current payment method:
  • gas: Medium , current payment method:
  • electricity: Medium , current payment method:

You can change this by clicking here - it will take you back to step 2: "Usage" and you will be able to amend your details.

Gas unit rates and calculations

Supplier image
Unit price
(price per kWh)

Standing charge

Annual standing charge
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use in a year which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining will be charged at
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5 % VAT on energy products
total estimated gas cost for a year

Electricity unit rates and calculations

Supplier image
Unit price
(price per kWh)

Standing charge

Annual standing charge
Your consumption
From the information you've given us we have estimated you'll use in a year which will be charged at
The first The next The remaining will be charged at
in the daytime at night will be charged at
Discounts
Description
Amount
Taxes
5% VAT on energy products
total estimated electricity cost for a year
total estimated cost for a year

RELATED FAQS

Why do you need my postcode and email?

We’ll send you a copy of the top tariffs we found that could lower your energy bills. As for the postcode, we need it to know which geographical area you’re in as there are differences in tariff prices and available suppliers between regions.

Who is Runpath?

Runpath is a creative financial technology (FinTech) company that assists other companies with their services in finance. We create tools to help customers compare what the market offers and choose what’s best for them.

What do I need to switch online?

You don’t need much. For an accurate quote, it’s best to have a recent utility bill in front of you, as we will need to know:

  • Your current supplier
  • Your current tariff
  • Your current usage

But don’t worry if you don’t, the minimum we need to know is who your current supplier is, the rest we can estimate using our service.
Then, if you find a tariff you’d like to switch to, you’ll just need to complete a form with details about you, your property and bank account if you are planning to pay by Direct Debit.

How does this service work?

Our aim is to lower your bills. To help you get there the service divides into 5 quick and easy steps:

  • Step 1. Answer a few questions to let us know what type of energy you use and who your current energy supplier is.
  • Step 2. Tell us how much your current bill is so we can show you cheaper tariffs.
  • Step 3. Choose a new tariff to lower your bills and click ‘switch now’.
  • Step 4. Complete a form with details about you, your property and bank account if you are planning to pay by Direct Debit. We’ll send this to your new Supplier and they will get you switched over as soon as possible. The process is safe and secure and your data will not be sent until you click on ‘confirm your switch’.

And that’s it! Your new supplier will liaise with your old one to arrange the switch date and cancel your previous account. At some point you will be asked to take and submit a meter reading and then all you’ll have to do is wait for your old supplier’s final bill (and pay it of course). It is really as simple as it sounds.

What will happen after I switch?

Once you confirm your switch we will send you an automated email to confirm your switch details and send your chosen supplier your switch application. The new supplier will then review it and liaise directly with your old supplier to agree on a switch date. This means that your energy supply will not be interrupted, and you will not pay two suppliers at the same time.

You will receive a ‘welcome pack’ from your new supplier, with your contract and terms and conditions. They will let you know the switch date and ask you to take meter readings to open your account.

The same meter readings will be sent to your old supplier to close your old account at which time you will be sent your final bill to close your account. Once you have received your bill you must ensure it is paid in full. If paying via Direct Debit we also recommend that you cancel the arrangement via your bank account to ensure no further payments are taken.

Remember if you change your mind you will have a minimum of 14 days from confirming your switch (some suppliers offer longer) to cancel.

Do you receive commission for switches made via this service?

The way we make money is via a small commission payment from some of the energy suppliers when a switch is completed. Not all suppliers pay us a commission; however the commissions we receive allow us to offer this service to you free of charge.
The payment of commissions does not affect the presentation of results on our website in any way. All our tables are ranked on the basis of which switch would create the most savings for you. We will ask you how you would like to see your results. One option is to view only the tariffs that we can help you switch to and which we receive commission for. The other option will show you all the tariffs available in the market, including the ones which we receive commission for.
You can change which table you see by clicking ‘Only show tariffs I can apply for via lovemoney.com’ or alternatively 'Show all tariffs in the market' at the top of the table.
Once on that table if you want to view all the tariffs again you just need to click ‘Show all the tariffs in the market’ located at the top of the commission only table, and you will be shown all the tariffs again.
The energy suppliers that we have commercial relationships with are:

  • British Gas
  • Bulb
  • DaliGas
  • EDF Energy
  • E.On
  • First Utility
  • Future Energy
  • Green Star Energy
  • iSupply
  • Solarplicity
  • M&S Energy
  • NPower
  • Octopus Energy
  • OVO Energy
  • PFP Energy
  • Sainsbury's Energy
  • Scottish Power
  • SSE
  • SSE Scottish Hydro
  • SSE Southern Electric
  • SSE SWALEC

Could my gas or electricity supply be interrupted?

No, there will be no interruption to your energy supply. Your new supplier will liaise directly with your old supplier to agree on a switch date. You will be asked for meter readings that will be used to both open your new account and close your old one. So your energy supply will not be interrupted, and you will not have to pay two suppliers at the same time. No physical work will need to be done to your property and the pipes will stay the same.

Is your service secure?

Runpath employs leading-edge technologies, standards, and business practices to protect your personal data. Key components of our security include but are not limited to:

  • The use of SSL certificates to ensure that communication between the browser and our servers is secure
  • Employee IT policy, training and background checks
  • Access controls and auditing for all systems for applications
  • Application and infrastructure security reviews
  • 3rd party audits and penetration testing exercises

Who is OFGEM?

Ofgem is the regulating body for electricity and gas markets in Britain. It stands for “Office of Gas and Electricity Markets” and was formed to protect the interests of energy consumers and to promote competition and transparency in the market. They work with – but independently of – the energy suppliers, the United Kingdom government and the European Union.

Ofgem is the best place to find help dealing with your energy supplier or to learn more about the energy industry in general. www.ofgem.gov.uk


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