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Saving on Your Energy Bill the Easy Way: a Guide to Switching Supplier

Posted by Guest author on 27-Oct-2022 08:00:00

The monetary benefits of comparing the energy market and switching suppliers are well-documented in the media, and have been for years. With just a few clicks of the mouse, or a 10-minute phone call, the consumer have the power to change the company that supplies our gas and electricity, and could save potentially hundreds of pounds of year by moving to a more competitive tariff.

The average savings a UK household can make in a year just from switching their supplier is £211.95. Aside from the lower bills and the new supplier name on your energy bill, nothing else whatsoever changes; the actual gas and electricity supply all stays the same, and there is no disruption to your supply. In a matter of weeks, you could be paying significantly less for the energy you use to charge your smartphone, power your washing machine and heat your home – it’s really that simple.

Plus, there has never been a better time to switch your energy supplier. The energy companies – namely, the Big Six – increase their prices quite frequently, which can be a financial strain if you aren’t on a fixed-price energy tariff. Plus, with winter setting in soon and the mercury already starting to drop, it’s likely that our indoor heating is going to start seeing a lot more action – so any savings we can make on these unavoidable bills are guaranteed to be welcome.

Getting started

The Simple Flowchart Guide to Switching Your Energy Supplier is a newly launched, interactive, web-based tool designed to guide UK energy consumers through the supplier switching process with ease - right from start to finish.

Clicking the link allows you to access the tool and its entire functionality, which includes clickable links to resources which help to explain, in the simplest terms, how to switch your energy supplier. There’s also the option to enter your postcode into the tool to start comparing prices right away, and even carry out your switch then and there.

Whether you’re already convinced by the merits of switching, have any doubts about the process or would just like to find out more about how it all works; the Simple Flowchart tool can provide you with all of the information you need in order to start saving on your energy bills.

 

About the author:

This article was written by Kim Whitley, UK Power

 

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Topics: Offices & Operations, Energy Savings, Bills

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