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If you’ve felt a pang of fear before opening the latest letter from your energy provider, you’re living in fear of a monster energy bill. Many people have found energy providers to charge them for additional gas and electricity they haven’t used, which can be extremely stressful.
When buying an energy product, quality should always be considered before price. Make sure you check out smaller energy providers as well as the big six so you don’t miss out on a better deal. Whether you’re looking for a dual fuel tariff or separate gas and electricity bills for your home or business, we’ve got you covered.
Can’t see any Energy providers? That’s because we’re still working on this category. Our team are researching providers and calculating the individual CBR score for each brand so we can provide a truly honest and impartial comparison. In the mean time, here are the answers to some frequently asked questions about Energy.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What Types Of Energy Tariffs Are There?
- How Do I Switch Policies?
- Why Compare Policies With Compare By Review?
When it comes to energy, there is no ‘one size fits all’. There are a few different tariff options for your gas and electricity needs:
- Standard variable tariff – this is the providers default tariff where you will be automatically moved to once your current tariff ends.
- Dual fuel tariff – this tariff covers both your gas and electricity and will only need to deal with one supplier.
- Fixed rate tariff – Fixed rate tariffs are fixed for a set period of time and will not fluctuate up or down.
- Capped rate tariff – this allows the cost of your tariff to decrease and will not increase above a predetermined amount.
- Green tariff – This environment friendly option can be 100% renewable or a mix of renewable and non-renewable sources.
- Collective tariff – Allows consumers to group together to negotiate a deal on their energy with the supplier.
- Prepayment energy tariff – You’ll have a prepaid meter in your home which you can top up to continue your gas and electricity.
It’s now easier than ever to switch energy tariffs. It takes just three days and you don’t even have to pick up the phone! Simply switch online and your new supplier will sort everything for you, including contacting your current energy provider. You won’t experience any disruption to your energy supply and should seamlessly be hooked up to your new provider as quickly as possible.
Always remember that there is a 14 day cooling off period between completing your application and the switching of your suppliers starting, just in case you change your mind.
Compare By Review understands that finding a good energy provider is important. Thankfully our team of experts analyse thousands of real customer experiences to provide a simple, impartial comparison of energy providers so you can purchase the right policy for you.