Fixed energy tariff ending?

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Fixed energy tariff comparison? Want to compare your old monthly bills with a new tariff? Energy price comparison sites will show you savings by switching, but these savings are calculated on the assumption that if you do not switch, you will go on to a more expensive variable rate tariff with the same supplier for the remainder of a 12 month …

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Home energy efficiency tips for May

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Home energy efficiency tips for May! Save money on energy bills! Now the weather is getting better we can spend some time checking our home energy efficiency. A few things that are important are: 1 Loft insulation! – Recommended up to 270mm. If there are loft floorboards they need to be raised to allow adequate thickness of insulation. 2 Drafts! …

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It’s time to check your energy prices!

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Energy price check: With colder weather coming, we’ll all be using more heating, so energy bills will increase. There’s no point paying more than necessary for energy, so it’s a good time to carry out a quick check you’re on the best tariffs and energy prices for your property. Process for checking energy prices: Enter your postcode below to select …

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What Rate per kWh do you pay?

What Rate per kWh do you pay for energy? This is the main question when it comes to saving money on energy bills. If you’re buying petrol and the rate per litre at one garage is clearly more expensive than another garage, then you might choose the less expensive option because it costs less. Well, it’s the same for gas …

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So many energy suppliers, and so many energy deals, yet so easy to compare!

It’s amazing really! Energy price comparison services make it easy to compare a vast range of suppliers and prices, and all with just a few entries on their websites. There are around 30 energy suppliers and each have different rates for different meter types, different payment types, and different consumption levels. Trying to compare all the relevant prices for your own …

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How to compare gas and electric prices

How to compare gas and electric prices?. You can compare gas and electricity prices in various ways. You could get a list of all the suppliers in your area, phone them up, and ask them to send you their tariff details. There are around 30 suppliers, although not all will supply your area. And each supplier has prices for different …

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About the 2.7 Billion Pounds of energy savings

£2.7 Billion Pounds of energy savings per DECC! WOW! Have you got your share yet? Staggering isn’t it! By simply comparing your energy prices with other suppliers, you may find you can switch and save a good chunk of money. DECC says an average of £200 each person but some people who have never switched may be able to save more. …

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Student Energy Supply: Registering your energy providers

Student Energy Supply Feeling completely lost? No idea how to even start sorting out your bills? You’re not alone. Learning about how to navigate bills is an essential (if boring) life skill and Switchwise is here to make it easier and cheaper! In order to get the best deal by switching you first have to register your property with the …

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Student Energy: Saving Money Through Your Tariff

Sorting out your energy bills is much like revision – it isn’t the most interesting thing in the world, but you’ll seriously appreciate the results. Before you even start changing your habits to save energy, check out these tips to optimise your tariff. 1. Direct debit is your friend. It will help you skip late payment charges and force you …

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Student Energy Saving Tips and Tricks

Student Energy Saving Tips Forget all about tariffs, energy suppliers and bills for a moment *Collective sigh of relief*. Believe it or not, there are loads of easy and cheap ways to optimise your energy efficiency through some small changes to your habits. WAHOO. 1. Rugs. Not got carpets? First of all, why?! They’re definitely something to look out for …

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