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  • Money Pug can help you get the best prices for all the energy that you use in your home. Visit the utilities page and you can learn more about how to save money on your gas and electricity by choosing a package that supplies both to your home. But not all of us have a gas supply, and those of us who do don’t always want to get it from the same supplier as our electricity. Here at Money Pug, combined gas and electricity packages are not all you can compare. On this website, you can also compare deals for just your electricity. We help demystify the process of choosing the right electricity supplier, and make it easier than ever to switch to get the best possible deal.

Why Might I Want to Look For A New Electricity Supplier?

You might want to look for an electricity supplier if you are about to, or have just, moved house. Moving can be a complicated business and the last thing that you want to worry about it making sure you are getting the best deal for your electricity supply. But spending just a few moments between cleaning, unpacking and all the other jobs to check out Money Pug’s handy listings of electricity suppliers could pay off. You could end up saving a lot of money on your new home’s bills.

You don’t need to be moving home to look into switching supplier. More and more people are waking up to the idea that we are the customers and we should be in charge. You don’t have to put up with over-charging, poor customer service or other problems with your supply. If your current supplier is not up to snuff, you might want to kick them to the curb. Money Pug helps put the power firmly back in your hands – and helps make sure you get the very best prices for the power that comes through your sockets and powers your lights and other things around your home.

Another reason that many people are choosing to switch electricity supplier is that they would like to go green. Choosing a green energy package is a good choice for the environment, and though green energy can cost a little more, the difference might be less than you think. Many electricity suppliers now offer electricity that has been generated with renewable sources like solar, wind, hydroelectric and tidal power, so we can all keep the lights on without costing the earth. If you want to live in a way that is ethical, sustainable and eco-friendly then choosing a deal which offers at least a percentage of green power could be a great way to go. When you use Money Pug, you can easily compare green deals, so you are not paying over the odds to save the planet.


What Tariff Types Can I Choose For My Electricity Supply?

  • When you are looking at the quotes Money Pug lists for your electricity supply, you will find that a range of different tariffs are on offer. Tariff types can include:

Standard, Variable Tariffs (Prices can go up and down – usually this is the default option.)
Fixed Rate Electricity Deals (Prices remain static for the term of the agreement – usually a ear to 18 months. You will have to pay a fee if you want to switch before the end of the term as you will be locked in.)
Capped Electricity Deals (The price of electricity is capped at an agreed price and will not rise any higher. But this can be more expensive and again, you’ll be locked in.)
Online Electricity Deals (Opting to deal only online and without paper bills can often save you money on an electricity deal.)
Economy 7, Economy 10 or ‘time of use’ Electricity Deals (These deals allow you to take advantage of off-peak electricity, which is cheaper. But these only work if you change your habits to make the most of the cheaper pricing at certain times.)
Green Electricity Deals (The best option for an ethical, eco-friendly electricity supply. You’ll probably pay a little more – but perhaps less than you might imagine.)



Electricity Comparison FAQs

What will happen when I switch electricity supplier?
  • Once you have selected a deal you like the sound of from Money Pug’s comparison listings, simply contact the new supplier that you wish to go with and they will handle all the rest. You should make sure that you do not owe any money to your old supplier but if you’re all paid up and everything is as it should be, the new supplier will contact the old one and the whole thing will go through without a hitch.
  • Bear in mind that there will be on disruption to your power nor to the infrastructure that brings the electricity into your home. You will only be changing who you pay for the electricity you receive – everything else should remain the same. Switching your electricity supplier is usually an easy, switch and hassle free process, so take the hassle out of choosing your electricity deal in the first place by comparing all the best deals from all the main electricity providers in the UK with Money Pug and see how much you could save.

 

What if I don't need gas?

Finding one supplier for both gas and electricity is usually the cheapest and easiest option. But if you do not have a mains gas supply then we make things simpler for you. You won’t need to wade through all the gas and electricity deals when electricity is all you need. We’ll take you straight to the right quotations to suit you, so finding your new supplier, or switching energy company, will be a doddle.

How much could I save if I switch gas and electricity?
There is no way to say for sure how much you personally could save by switching supplier, however, a comparison of bills from the major six suppliers and others shows that some people are definitely paying much more than others for a comparable service!
Is it more complicated to switch gas and electricity together?
No, switching suppliers for both gas and electricity is just as easy as switching one utility alone. Simply use our handy comparison service to find out the best deals for your dual fuel supply.
How does switching gas and electricity work?
No matter who supplies your power, the pipes and cabling won’t change at all. The infrastructure will all remain in place. The only thing that changes is the supplier providing the service. When you make the decision to switch, your new supplier will sort out the details with your previous one.
Can I switch from a dual tariff to separate suppliers?
Dual fuel tariffs are not always cheaper and if you decide to go with different suppliers for gas and electricity then you can do so.
Can I switch gas and electricity if I owe money?
It is always best to sort out any outstanding debts before the official switch date to make things a little easier and more straightforward. If debts are over £200 and over 28 days old, you may find that you have to pay up before you can change supplier.
Will my gas and electricity be interrupted if I switch?
No, there will be no disruption to your power when you have a switch. The gas and electricity still come into your home in the same way, the only thing that changes is who bills you for the service.
I'm moving house, how can I switch gas and electricity?

If you are moving house, that is a good time to reassess your energy deal. If you already have a great deal then you can carry it over into your new home. Whether switching or not, make sure you take a meter reading when you leave your old place, and another when you move into your new home, to make sure you only pay for what you use.

Will I get a smart meter if I switch gas and electricity?
The government set into motion the scheme to install smart meters to monitor energy usage and whether or not you will be offered one will depend on which company you go with. Remember, these are optional, not compulsory, so you might want to educate yourself about this technology and decide whether or not you want to have one installed in your home.
I have solar panels, can I switch a feed in tariff too?
Feed in tariffs can also be switched, but when considering a switch, it is important to make sure that the supplier you are considering is happy to take you on and allow you to generate your own electricity and feed into the National Grid.
How Do You Switch Energy Supplier?
Switching energy supplier could not be easier! The simple process begins with the research. We make your job a lot easier by allowing you to compare all the latest deals from all the main UK energy suppliers. Then, contact your new supplier and they will handle the rest, including letting your old supplier know you are leaving.
How Long Will It Take to Switch Energy Supplier?
Switching energy suppliers should take around 21 days, thanks to the Energy Switching Guarantee. However, it will not always take than long and can sometimes be done a lot sooner. Remember, there will be no disruption to your energy supply – the only thing that will change is the name on your bills – and perhaps the amount of money each bill is for.

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