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If you're looking to save energy at home and reduce the cost of your energy bills, it can be difficult to know where to start. Our energy saving tips will help you to identify areas in your home or aspects of your living habits where you can start to make changes easily and reduce your energy costs.

One of the easiest and most effective steps you can take to cut your energy bills is to switch to a new supplier.

Many people stay on the same tariff or with the same energy supplier for years, without shopping around to see if they could be getting a better deal elsewhere. By switching tariffs or suppliers, you could save hundreds of pounds on your fuel bill.

Most people shop around for their car insurance, so why pay more than you have to for your energy?

To see how much you could save just enter your postcode in the box below.

Why should I check?

  • It's free to use, impartial & accredited by Ofgem
  • All you need is your postcode and an energy bill — or enter a bit about your energy habits
  • You choose: see the whole market or just the plans you can switch to online
  • If you switch energy supplier you could save up to £350 on your gas and electricity bills!
  • Guarantee: You have 14 days to cancel your switch

If you're happy with your current energy supplier, you can still make savings on your bill with some providers by switching to direct debit payments.

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Once you have made sure you're on the best deal for your energy, the best way to save more is to use less energy around your home.

You should read our guide to "Saving Energy"

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