By comparing energy suppliers and price plans you can find a cheaper deal and you could save money. Let Gocompare.com help you through the simple process...
Gocompare.com's gas and electricity switching process is straightforward - we've produced a simple step-by-step guide so that you know what to expect.
The short answer is no. All energy suppliers are required to publish their price plans for domestic usage and they cannot over- or under-charge on these rates.
There'll be no disruption to your gas or electricity supply - the only difference you'll see is that your bill will come from a different supplier
This means that the amount you save with one comparison site should be exactly the same as with another. Other factors affecting your energy bills are:
Enter your postcode and choose one of the following comparison options:
There is no need to contact your existing energy supplier as this will be done on your behalf by your new supplier
Your new supplier will contact you shortly after you make the application to confirm the details of the switch and to arrange for a meter reading to be provided.
In 28-to-45 days you will have switched to your new energy supplier(s). This timescale is set by the energy industry and includes a 'cooling off' period, which is usually seven days.
There is no need to contact your existing energy supplier as this will be done on your behalf by your new supplier.
Once the transfer of your supply has been confirmed, you should ensure your final payment to your current supplier has been made before cancelling any direct debit mandates.
There'll be no disruption to your gas or electricity supply - the only difference you'll see is that your bill will come from a different supplier (and you should be saving money, too).