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Compare energy Tariffs  

Market conditions mean we have fewer-than-usual tariffs to choose from. 

Compare energy tariffs from a wide range of suppliers

 Give us 5 mins of your time and we’ll hunt down energy deals from household-name suppliers.

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What can you do about rising energy prices?

Prices are at record highs and cheap fixed deals are harder to come by. 

Read our one-stop guide to today’s energy market and we’ll walk you through all your options.  

How to switch energy supplier

We’ll handle your switch and it’ll be sorted within 21 days. 

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Quick and simple

Get a quote in minutes by telling us your postcode and your energy usage

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We’ll search the market

Compare the best deals in the market to find the right deal for your needs. 

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Switch and leave the rest to us

Once you’ve started your switch you won’t need to do a thing – the suppliers take care of everything.



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Stay on top of the energy market

  • We’ll keep an eye on prices. So you don’t have to
  • Another way we’re helping you manage your bills by doing very little




How energy switching works

Once you’ve confirmed your switch, you’ll be moved over to your new supplier within 21 days. Here’s how it works:

  • Compare energy deals with us: It only takes a few minutes to find a deal and confirm your switch. 
  • 14-day guarantee: Once you’ve done that, there’s a 14-day ‘cooling off’ period. You can cancel the switch free of charge during this time if you change your mind.
  • Your switch will be done in 21 days: The Energy Switch Guarantee means your new supplier will handle the process and you’ll be switched over smoothly and without loss of service. 

Your new energy supplier will get in touch with your old supplier and agree a switch date. They’ll tell you when this will be.

Your new supplier will also get in touch with you around the time of the switch to ask for a meter reading. They pass this on to your old supplier, so they can send you a final bill.

Energy switches happen in the background, so there’s no impact on your gas and electricity supply. You won’t need any new pipes, there won’t be any digging or drilling, and your energy won't be cut off.

Your new supplier takes care of all the admin too, so you can relax. To put your mind at ease, we’ll keep you in the loop at every stage of your switch.

To change provider, you’ll just need:

  • Your postcode
  • A recent energy bill
  • Your bank details, if you want to pay by direct debit 





Why should I switch energy supplier?

Most of the time switching to a new energy tariff is a quick and easy way to slash your bills. 

Right now, however, cheap deals are harder to come by. But rest assured that when things return to normal, we'll do everything we can to help you save. 

The good news is that only takes a few minutes to run a comparison and take control of your energy bills. Better still, sign up for alerts with Energy Monitor and we'll keep an eye on prices and let you know when to switch again5.

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Don’t take price rises lying down

We’re constantly looking for better energy deals for you. So when the market returns to normal, we'll do all we can to put you in control of your bills. 


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Stephen Murray

Our expert says

"The electricity and gas we use in our homes is the same used by our neighbours, friends and family, yet so many people don’t check to see if they could move to a better deal and pay less. Over recent years it has been easy to switch to a cheaper tariff with also maybe better service and from a supplier who sources electricity from renewable sources. However at the moment (September 2021) the energy market is seeing unprecedented price rises which may mean staying put for the time being is the best thing to do. Run a comparison on Moneysupermarket and if you can’t currently save, then leave your email and we will let you know when you can."

- Stephen Murray, head of energy

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We combine independence, so we can negotiate the best prices, with excellent technology, to find the best value products and services for you.


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Although energy savings are hard to come by in the current market conditions, switching to a new energy tariff is usually a quick and easy way to cut your bills.

It only takes a few minutes to run a comparison. And if you sign up for alerts with Energy Monitor, we'll keep an eye on prices and let you know when to switch. 



You’ll be switched over to your new supplier within three weeks.

Most energy companies in the UK are signed up to the Energy Switch Guarantee, which guarantees that the supplier you’re switching to will handle the process, and that it will be done within 21 days.

There’s also a two-week ‘cooling off’ period, during which you can cancel the switch free of charge.

The cheapest supplier for you depends on where you live, plus how much energy you use. So, what might be the cheapest for someone else, won’t necessarily be the cheapest for you.

That’s why it’s important to run a comparison – telling us some key details about where you live and your energy habits allows us to find the cheapest deals for you.

Once you’ve found an energy deal that suits you, you can choose to sign up for alerts with Energy Monitor. We’ll keep an eye on the market and let you know when it’s time to switch again. 


Every single energy supplier in the UK is regulated by Ofgem, the industry regulator. This means that the smaller, lesser-known companies must follow exactly the same rules as the bigger, more established ones. If a company goes bust, you’ll be covered by Ofgem – they’ll ensure your supply isn’t cut off, and they’ll appoint a new supplier to take over your tariff.

When you’re choosing a new energy deal, think about whether to go for dual fuel (where you get both your gas and electricity from the same company) or separate tariffs (where you get gas from one company, and electricity from another). It’s worth checking both options, as the combined price of separate tariffs can sometimes be less than a dual fuel offer.

Think about whether you’d like to go for a fixed deal or a variable deal. Fixed deals can be a bit more expensive at the beginning, but you’ll know that your bills won’t suddenly jump during the fixed term.

The way you pay your bills can also affect the price – you can often get a discount for paying by direct debit, and for managing your account online, with no paper communications.

No. When you’ve chosen a new deal, your new supplier will handle the switching process. They’ll contact you to let you know what date you’ll be transferred over, and they’ll contact you around the switching date to ask for a meter reading. They’ll pass this on to your old supplier so they can send you a final bill. You don’t need to contact your old supplier either - your new supplier will handle it.

Yes. When you close your account with your old supplier, they will send you a final bill. Once this payment has gone out of your account, you should cancel your Direct Debit. If your account is in credit, the supplier should send you the balance.


  • Start your energy comparison and tell us your postcode, current supplier and energy habits. If you can, use a recent bill for best results
  • Compare energy tariffs from different providers
  • Choose the deal you want
  • Put in a few confirmation details, like your direct debit and contact details
  • Click to confirm, and you’ll be switched within three weeks

It doesn’t matter whether you own or rent your home – you can still compare energy deals and start saving on your bills.

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A dual fuel tariff just means that your gas and electricity comes from the same supplier. You can choose this option when you run an energy comparison online with MoneySuperMarket – just choose ‘Gas & Electricity (Dual Fuel)’ when you start your energy comparison.

Some gas and electricity providers will offer a discount if you switch to a dual fuel tariff – if this applies, it will be shown in the tariff details.

Be aware that the best gas and electricity deal may not be the cheapest option. It’s always recommended that you check the price of buying your gas and electricity separately, too.

Although you can choose to compare dual fuel tariffs with MoneySuperMarket, you can also choose to compare gas prices or to compare electricity prices separately. Here’s how:

  • Compare gas only: Simply start your energy comparison and select ‘Just Gas’. If you select just gas, you’ll only compare gas prices and you won’t see any electricity tariffs
  • Compare electricity only: All you need to do is select ‘Just Electricity’ on our energy comparison page. This will show you energy suppliers that have electricity tariffs without gas or dual fuel deals included

Whilst price is important, the best gas and electricity supplier for you might not always be the cheapest.

With MoneySuperMarket’s energy comparison, you can use filters to narrow down your search. Whether you want to find a deal from a supplier that you recognise or are looking for green energy from an environmentally friendly supplier – you can filter your results to suit you.

You might also be looking for good customer service, so we include star ratings to show how happy customers have been with each supplier.

When you switch to a new energy supplier, they’ll write to you to tell you what date you’ll be switched over. They’ll also contact you around the time of the switch to ask for a meter reading, and they’ll pass this on to your old supplier, so that they can send you a final bill.

That’s all you have to do – your new supplier will handle the admin throughout the process.

You won’t need any new pipes, there won’t be any digging or drilling, and there won’t be any interruption to your gas or electricity supply.

Unprecedented market conditions mean that low cost tariffs are very hard to track down. But in normal circumstances, comparing energy prices is usually an easy way to save money on your bills. 


Smart meters send details of your energy usage directly to your supplier. The smart meter display also tells you how much energy you’re using and how much it is costing you at any given point.

Smart meters ensure you get an accurate bill and the display unit could help you to work out how to reduce your consumption and cut your bills - but they won’t save you money automatically.


Cut through the jargon and get help understanding your energy bills. The key things to be aware of are:

  • Your tariff: your bill will show you the name of your tariff
  • Comparison rate: this highlights how much your tariff costs, so you can compare the rate
  • Energy consumption: how much electricity or gas you’ve used in kilowatt hours (kWh)
  • Terms and conditions: this is where you’ll find details such as any notice period, the conditions of your current price plan and everything else

Our energy saving tips show you how to save electricity and gas in the home. These tips include:

  • Turn off anything left on standby
  • Turn down your heating or install a smart thermostat
  • Buy energy efficient appliances
  • Install a new boiler
  • Wash your clothes at lower temperatures
  • Invest in double glazing
  • Insulate your roof and/or walls

We think it’s important for you to have all the information you need to make your home as energy efficient as possible, so you can save on your household bills.

Here are some organisations that offer advice and support with energy efficiency:

We’re an accredited site under the Ofgem Confidence Code. This is a code of practice that governs how price comparison websites work. Because we’re accredited, we have to follow strict rules about how we do business, to make sure that the process of switching your energy supplier is as easy, reliable and reassuring as possible for you.

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We help you compare prices from all the energy suppliers in the UK, so you can find the right deal for your needs. 

It only takes a few minutes to compare.  All you have to do is answer some simple questions, and we'll show you tariffs and offers from all the energy companies. 

We can help you switch to tariffs from most companies directly through MoneySuperMarket.  Just click the green button, answer a few more questions, and you’re done.

If you’d prefer to talk to someone, you can call us on 0800 177 7087. We can answer any questions you might have, and even switch you to a new deal over the phone.

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We’re accredited by the Ofgem Confidence Code, which governs how energy comparison sites work. This means we’re bound to strict rules about how we do business, to make sure that switching energy is easy, reliable and reassuring for you.

Like most energy comparison sites, we’re paid a fee each time someone switches tariffs. Find out more about how MoneySuperMarket works.


MoneySuperMarket gives you lots of clever ways to save a lot, by doing very little.

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So how do we make our money? In a nutshell, when you use us to buy a product, we get a reward from the company you’re buying from.

But you might have other questions. Do we provide access to all the companies operating in a given market? Do we have commercial relationships or ownership ties that might make us feature one company above another?

We commit to providing you with clear and informative answers on all points such as this, so we have gathered the relevant information on this page.

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