Switch energy suppliers
- Save on your annual energy bills*
- Over people switch every month**
- Compare a wide range of gas & electricity suppliers
Our energy comparison service is accredited to the.
Our energy comparison service is accredited by Ofgem. This means that our service is:
- impartial – not biased to any supplier
- comprehensive – compares all domestic tariffs from all suppliers
- accurate and up to date
More information is available on the Ofgem website at www.ofgem.gov.uk
Energy Switching: An Overview
With Quotezone you can compare gas and electricity tariffs and help reduce your energy bills.
People may often look to save money on everyday essentials in order to have more disposable income for the things they love. Taking stock of monthly outgoings could be one way of reducing bills and as a result may lead to switching energy supplier. You could save a considerable amount just by changing suppliers, tariffs or payment method for gas and electricity. Location and annual energy consumption need to be taken into account to give an accurate summary of savings that could be made.
Using a comparison service to weigh up potential savings could be the route to finding a cheaper energy supplier. Gas and electricity prices may be much lower just by switching to a different supplier. Users can compare a range of alternative rates and deals before making the switch.
Comparing energy tariffs online using a comparison site could offer the greatest savings on UK gas and electricity prices; presenting information onscreen as to which supplier offers the cheapest deal based on users’ entered criteria.
A comparison service can include smaller independent energy suppliers that people in general may not be aware of. It is likely that anyone seeking cheaper gas and electricity would be required to enter their personal details, location and their current energy usage to be offered suitable tariffs.
Some people might avoid changing supplier as they think it is too much hassle or that there won’t be any difference in price. However, in the majority of circumstances lower energy prices may be found by comparing suppliers.
An Ofgem accredited energy calculator doesn’t have any bias towards a particular energy supplier which means that customers will see all energy tariffs available to them and can find the most suitable tariff for their needs. The length of time it takes to switch suppliers isn’t usually as long as people imagine either with most switches taking around 17 days to complete with a cooling off period after that of 2 weeks.
Fixing in with a particular energy supplier might afford customers peace of mind and allow them to plan their budgets more easily, as they can be protected against price increases for the term of the tariff. This might be a good option for those with tight budgets, though users should be aware that they are unlikely to reap any benefits of an energy price drop if one should occur during the term.
Any energy comparison shows users the price they could be paying for gas and electric. Typically there are savings if both gas and electricity are purchased from the same supplier. The switch process is undertaken entirely at the discretion of the energy user and each supplier is likely to have its own process that they guide customers through.
Much cheaper than other places. This is the second time that I have used them.
Peter Singleton, 06-03-2018
Quick and easy, no problems at all.
Francisco Alves, 06-02-2018
Fast. Efficient. And most of all the best value for the service provided. Thank you.
- * Ofgem research finds comparing and switching supplier or energy tariff can make a big difference to your gas and electricity bills – with annual savings of around £300 available please see https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/consumers/household-gas-and-electricity-guide/how-switch-energy-supplier-and-shop-better-deal
- ** Over 250,000 people switch energy company or tariff every month. Please see http://www.energy-uk.org.uk/customers/how-to-switch-energy-company.html
- To see the latest monthly switching stats, please visit Energy UK’s website: http://www.energy-uk.org.uk/publication/293-research-and-reports/switchingreports.html