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Our energy comparison service is quick and easy to use: just enter your details and see if you could find a cheaper gas and electricity deal for your home or beat your current energy provider’s renewal quote.

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If you’re looking for cheap energy providers, you can find a range of price cuts across selected tariffs. Just look for our price cut banner when comparing quotes, to see which of our energy providers could offer you a discount.

In the case of a breakdown when you haven't got a breakdown policy, it is possible to purchase instant breakdown cover by the roadside. Your new provider will dispatch a mechanic right away.

It is not possible to purchase instant coverage online and has to be done by phone with a licensed advisor.

Depending on your breakdown policy, some will include coverage for breakdowns overseas as standard, while others may only offer it as an add-on. You may even be able to add it to your policy at any time, though you may pay a higher rate for the additional coverage.

You should also check to see what countries are covered – for example, the locations included in a European breakdown policy may differ depending on the provider you choose.

Generally, you will have the option of paying annually or monthly, depending on what you want to do. There are, however, some providers where you may be able to get a lower price if you pay in a certain way.

Why use MoneyRaters to switch energy tariffs?

Whether you’re looking to save on domestic and/or business energy bills, Moneyraters’ core aim of getting you the right deal at the right price can connect you with the appropriate gas and electricity company and help you get value from your utilities supplier.

Comparing prices from all the UK’s energy suppliers will help you find the best deal for your needs.

You can compare prices in just a few minutes. By answering a few simple questions, we can display all the energy company quotes and tariffs for you.

Directly through MoneyRaters, we can assist you in switching between tariffs from most companies. It’s as simple as clicking the green button, answering a few questions, and you’re done.

Gas and electricity are some of our biggest household expenses and amongst the most complicated to manage, but we can help you find the right utilities supplier and tariff with ease. Whatever your energy needs, we hope you give us a try. We’re continually working to improve services across all products with the aim of connecting our customers to the right information, boosting knowledge and making their lives that little bit easier. 

To find out more about your options read our guides, where you’ll also find the answers to frequently asked questions on utilities.

Our guides offer more information on key areas such as identifying your supplier, reading bills and meters, boiler and central heating cover, cooling-off periods, a checklist for moving home, money-saving tips, help with winter fuel bills and what to do in an emergency.

You can also find out more about small energy firms, tenants’ rights when switching, green energy schemes and renewable technology. 

Gas and Electricity FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions - Energy Comparison

Why should I switch energy suppliers?

Switching energy suppliers is quite a straightforward process, it could save you a lot of money in the long term and it helps to encourage competition and fair play in the energy market.

How do I switch suppliers?

The switching process can be simpler than you think - just enter your postcode and details of your energy usage. If you don't have a bill to hand to find out your energy use, you can use our energy calculator to estimate it.

What is dual fuel?

Dual fuel tariffs are when gas and electricity are provided by the same supplier on one contract. This is likely to be the most convenient option, but if you prefer you can switch gas and/or electricity separately, and it's possible that sourcing each utility separately could prove cheaper.

How are my energy bills calculated?

Many suppliers impose a standing charge - a fixed charge per day - with the price varying between tariffs and suppliers. Units of gas and electricity are measured in kilowatt hours (kWh) and your bill will show the unit rate, in pence, for each kWh of gas or electricity used. If you have an electricity meter that records the units used at night and day separately, your tariff is likely to be a 'time of use' tariff, typically known as Economy7 or Economy10 tariffs. On these tariffs, the rate for the electricity you use at night tends to differ from the day rate.

Can tenants switch energy suppliers?

Yes, tenants have as much right to switch energy suppliers as homeowners - and there are potentially significant savings to be made.

Compare Gas and Electricity with MoneyRaters

Our comparison service is quick and easy to use: just enter your details and see if you could find a cheaper energy deal for your motor or beat your current provider’s renewal quote.