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Which energy companies are doing smart meters?

The smart meter rollout is well underway and a greater number of energy suppliers are offering up installations. But it can be quite confusing knowing exactly what you are in for when you sign up to receive a smart meter. It varies depending on where you live, who supplies your

Smart meters: the advantages and disadvantages

By 2020, all homes and small businesses across Great Britain would have been offered a smart meter. More than 12 million smart meters have already been installed, with an additional 41 million to be installed by the end of 2020. The rollout hopes to help consumers see exactly how much

Prepayment meter

Prepayment meter – should you switch?

An estimated 16% of all customers in the UK are currently using a prepayment meter, according to the energy regulator Ofgem. Let’s take a look at how they work, how to switch to a credit meter and how to change supplier. What is a prepayment meter? A prepayment meter (also

Monzo energy switching v Look After My Bills

This week, Monzo launched their new energy switching service. A few of us in the team are fans of Monzo for banking so we were intrigued to see they were trying their hand at energy switching! We have had a look into the new service to see how it shapes

Energy bills rising in May

Our research has found that 78 fixed energy contracts are coming to an end tomorrow – Friday 31st of May. This means that hundreds of thousands of people will roll on to their supplier’s default tariff – the most expensive deal. This is an average jump in price of £212. The worst culprit is

Energy deals ending, prices rising

Energy contracts expiring – May 2019

If you don’t switch away from this tariff you will roll on to your supplier’s default tariff. This is an average increase of £212 for the year! Find your deal below and enter your details in our sign-up form.