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UK's Cheapest Gas & Electricity Tariffs

UK's Cheapest Gas & Electricity Tariffs

Category: Gas and electricity

Updated: 12/11/2013
First Published: 12/11/2013

This article was correct at the time of publication. It is now over 6 months old so the content may be out of date.

The thought of switching your energy supplier can be a daunting task. Trying to run a household while getting competitive quotes and then sorting out potential suppliers can be near impossible.

However, switching energy suppliers is a simple process - all you need is your postcode and a few basic details.

Check out the chart below and you could save up to £320 a year.

Current Fixed Rate Energy Tariffs

Suppliers Average Cost Savings vs Typical Bill*

Saving if industry hikes by 8.1%

iSave Fixed v9 April 2015
iSave Fixed v12 June 2015
£1,178 £242 £371
  • Fixed Until: June 30th 2015
  • Cancellation Fee: £30 per fuel until end of fix

Fixed 1 Year v5
£1,178 £242 £371
  • Fixed Until: 12 months
  • Cancellation Fee: £5 cancellation fee applies if leaving before the end of the fix
Green Star Energy
No Worries 12 Months Fixed
Version 2310




  • Fixed Until: 12 months
  • Cancellation Fee:
    £31.50 for electricity if you switch away before end of fix

Online Price Fix October 2014
Online Price Fix April 2015




  • Fixed Until:
    April 30th 2015
  • Cancellation Fee: None

Blue +Price Promise March 2015
Blue +Price Promise April 2015




  • Fixed Until:April 30th 2015
  • Cancellation Fee: None
New Energy Fixed
New Energy Fixed




  • Fixed Until: 12 months
  • Cancellation Fee: £30 per fuel until end of fix

Online Fixed Price Energy November 2014
Online Fixed Price Energy February 2015




  • Fixed Until: February 28th 2015
  • Cancellation Fee:
    £25 per fuel until end of fix

This table includes the UK's cheapest fixed rate energy tariffs and also a selection of the cheapest long (2 years+) fixed rate tariffs

Prices correct as of:
* based on typical gas and electricity bill for someone who has never switched costing £1,420 (Source: OFGEM 2013) All calculations are for an average usage dual fuel household paying by monthly direct debit. Average usage as defined by OFGEM is 16,500 kWh pa of gas and 3,300 kWh pa of electricity

What Next?

Don't get catch up in the energy price rises - Fix your tariff today and you could save up to £320

Disclaimer: Information is correct as of the date of publication (shown at the top of this article). Any products featured may be withdrawn by their provider or changed at any time.

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