We conduct our collective switches in a partnership with other organisations.
In a background of rising energy prices the following deals were accepted.
All the above assume average electricity and or gas usage as defined by Ofgem (12500 kWh Gas, 3100 kWh electricity per year)
The main winner, from EDF energy is about £38 more expensive than the best available tariffs you can switch to online via the switching service. As the collective tariffs are shown at the top of the page, this may mislead people so have chosen not to make these tariffs available.
PFP energy has a cheaper tariff than the winner and has also done extremely well in independent reviews of companies (rated 2nd by Which? in 2017 review of best and worst energy suppliers). Another small company with cheap tariffs, isupplyenergy also scores well according to which (but not by our switching partner energyhelpline)
In our opinion a collective tariff should be cheaper than other tariffs or offer something like exceptional customer service.
Please contact us if you would like one of these tariffs and we will explain how it can be made available to you.
Can I trust small energy suppliers?
Almost all the cheapest energy deals are offered by small suppliers.
PFP energy and isupplyenergy offer good tariffs and have done well on independent reviews like Which? (both are better than any of the Big 6 suppliers).
There are some very cheap tariffs from new suppliers Iresa and Economy Energy. At the moment both these companies appear to have some inconsistent feedback from reviewers , including some very bad reviews See Iresa reviews on Facebook and Economy Energy reviews on Trustpilot. We cannot recommend these companies at this time – even thpough they have the cheapest tariffs.
Any supplier you switch to via our switching engine has full customer support – and with our cashback this makes our offers very competitive.
See our “How to use our switching calculator” article