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To find out who is the cheapest energy supplier, you can compare gas and electricity prices at our website. Switching Energy supplier is a quick and easy process. You can choose from a range of energy suppliers of UK.

British Gas

British Gas: British Gas is the UK’s leading energy supplier. Serving around 15.9 million households in the UK.

npower

npower supplies gas and electricity to around 6.8 million customers in the UK. Originally established as National Power in 1990 following the privatisation of the state-owned Central Electricity Generating Board, npower is now owned by RWE Group which incorporates Germany’s leading gas and electricity companies.


e-on

E.ON is one of the UK’s largest electricity and gas suppliers. Formally known as Powergen, the company was created in 1990 and was subsequently bought by German energy giant E.ON in 2002. It assumed the name of its parent company E.ON in late 2007.

EDF

EDF Energy is one of the ‘Big Six’ suppliers. It was created in 2003, five years after French energy company EDF Group (Électricité de France) bought Seeboard, London Energy and SWEB Energy.


Dual Energy

Energy provider for non-domestic premises throughout Great Britain.
Dual Energy is a leading electricity provider of smart meter technology; helping thousands of SME customers across the UK to better manage their energy usage, drive down costs, and reduce their carbon footprint.

SSE

SSE (formerly Scottish and Southern Energy) is one of the ‘Big Six’ suppliers. It is the parent company for Atlantic, Scottish Hydro, Southern Electric and SWALEC and manages the largest distribution network in the UK. CCL and FiTs are included in their prices.


Atlantic

Atlantic Electric and Gas supplies gas and electricity throughout the UK. The company was acquired by SSE in 2004, but continues to operate under its own brand name.

Scottish Hydro

Scottish Hydro Electric is owned by SSE, which manages the largest distribution network in the UK. Formed in December 1998 following the merger of Scottish Hydro Electric and Southern Electric, SSE has since also acquired SWALEC and Atlantic Electric and Gas.


Swalec

Swalec is owned by SSE which manages the largest distribution network in the UK and services more than eight million customers. The company was formed in December 1998 following the merger of Scottish Hydro Electric and Southern Electric.

Dong Energy

DONG Energy is one of the leading energy groups in Northern Europe. It currently has 11% of the Industrial and Commercial (I&C) gas market share in the UK. Itis the 3rd largest supplier to the UK I&C market.


Co-operative Energy

Co-operative Energy is part of the well-known Midcounties Co-operative, and is committed to sharing its profits with its members. Although founded by a regional co-operative, Co-operative Energy is a national business, covering the whole of England, Wales and Scotland.

First Utility

First Utility is an independent utilities supplier, founded in 2008. First Utility has 100,000 customers, making it the seventh largest energy supplier in the UK after the 'Big Six'.


Ebico Energy

EBICo is a not-for-profit company, which was founded in 1998. EBICo aims to use its status as a national company to further its ethical goals. They offer the only gas and electricity tariffs in the UK where each unit costs the same, no matter how much the customer uses.

Ecotricity

Ecotricity is dedicated to building new sources of renewable energy and invest more per customer in this than all the other UK suppliers together. The more customers the company has the more investment they can make in building new renewable capacity


Good Energy

Good Energy is a green electricity company formed in 1999 by the Monkton Group. Good Energy is the only company to supply 100% of its electricity from renewable sources generated by wind, small-scale hydro and solar power generators located across Britain.

Green Energy

Green Energy UK sources its energy from UK-only renewable sources, excluding nuclear power. Green Energy’s electricity is supplied through their licence provider OPUS energy and the company aims to re-invest up to 50% of its profits into renewable electricity generation projects in the UK.


iSupplyEnerg

iSupplyEnergy is a brand new British-owned and operated electricity supply company based in Dorset on the South Coast of England.

LoCO2 Energy

LoCO2 Energy is part of a privately owned group of UK energy companies who specialise in renewable energy.


M&S Energy

M&S Energy is a subsidiary of SSE, and offers two energy options with built in rewards.

MANWEB

MANWEB (Merseyside And North Wales Electricity Board) was a regional electricity supplier and distributor. It is now part of Scottish Power, itself a subsidiary of the Spanish energy company Iberdrola.


OVO Energy

OVO Energy launched its domestic tariffs on the 2nd September 2009. OVO Energy offers simplified tariffs and the greenest standard dual fuel tariff in the market, with the option of either online account management or paper bills with every plan.

Sainsbury’s Energy

Sainsbury’s Energy is a partnership between Sainsbury's and British Gas. With Sainsbury's Energy customers can earn Nectar points on their gas and electricity bills each month.


Spark Energy

Spark Energy is an energy company with a focus on rental properties and landlords.

Utility Warehouse/Telecom Plus

Telecom Plus sold its energy subsidiaries to npower in 2006. Originally established as National Power in 1990 following the privatisation of the state-owned Central Electricity Generating Board, npower is now owned by RWE Group which incorporates Germany’s leading gas and electricity companies.


Union Energy

Union Energy works in conjunction with Scottish Power. It is endorsed by over 50 trade unions to provide customers with low cost energy.

Utilita

Utilita is the leading supplier of pay-as-you-go energy in Great Britain using smart meter technology.


National Trust Green Energy

National Trust Green Energy Fund is a partner of npower. National Trust Green Energy is electricity that is matched from renewable sources.

Southern Electric

Southern Electric is owned by SSE which manages the largest distribution network in the UK. Formed in December 1998 following the merger of Scottish Hydro Electric and Southern Electric, SSE has since also acquired SWALEC and Atlantic Electric and Gas.


CNG

Started in 1994 following the deregulation of the UK gas industry, CNG focuses on supplying gas to commercial customers only. It strives to offer the sector’s strongest offering and a real alternative to the Big Six energy companies.

Scottish Power

Scottish Power was formed in 1990 as a result of the privatisation of the previously state owned Scottish electricity industry. It has over 5 million of gas and electricity customers in UK.


Gazprom

Open Joint Stock Company Gazprom is the largest extractor of natural gas and one of the largest companies in the world. Its headquarters are in the Cheryomushki District, South-Western Administrative Okrug, Moscow.

Opus Energy

Opus Energy is a privately owned independent supplier of gas and Electricity to businesses. Established in 2002, it offers completive tariffs.


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