Compare Electricity Prices with Love Energy Savings
Find out how you can switch electricity supplier and save!
When we consider how much electricity our households use, paying expensive rates can be like throwing money away.
Fortunately, comparing electricity prices to find the best deal is simple.
With Love Energy Savings, you can compare electricity suppliers in seconds to find the tariff that’s right for you.
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How to compare electricity prices with Love Energy Savings
Comparing electricity prices with Love Energy Savings is easy. All we need is your postcode and a few details about your current plan.
All you need to do is choose the electricity tariff you’d like to switch to, and we’ll take care of the rest.
Start your switch today with Love Energy Savings
Here at Love Energy Savings, we’ve worked hard to make the process of changing electricity providers as simple and hassle free as possible.
We’ve built strong relationships with a wide range of energy suppliers to ensure you can find the best electricity prices available.
To find out how much you could save with us, simply complete our quick energy comparison calculator.
What do you have to do when switching electricity supplier?
The good news is that by switching with Love Energy Savings, the process is managed for you by our team of energy experts.
Once you’ve chosen the tariff that’s right for you, you’re almost ready to start saving!
We will contact your new electricity supplier to let them know you’ll be switching and let your old supplier know you’re leaving. Your new electricity supplier will send you a welcome pack which will usually arrive within 2 days but can sometimes take a few weeks.
You’ll also have a 14-day cooling-off period when switching suppliers. If you change your mind during this time, you can cancel your switch without any fees.
On the day of your switch, all you need to do is take a meter reading so your old supplier can provide you with a final bill.
What information will you need to compare electricity tariffs?
The more information you can provide us with, the more accurate quote we can provide for you.
We would recommend providing the following information:
- The name of your current electricity supplier
- How you currently pay for your electricity (e.g. by direct debit or on receipt of bill)
- The type of electricity tariff you’re on
- Your approximate usage
You should be able to find all the information above on your latest bill or in your online account.
If you don’t have access to some the information above, there’s no need to worry. Our energy comparison engine can estimate your usage based on your answers to a few quick questions.
Get your quote today by comparing with Love Energy Savings
At Love Energy Savings, our aim is to make it as simple as possible to compare the best electricity prices available.
So why wait? Find out how much you could save today by completing our quick energy comparison calculator.
Why do I need to switch electricity?
By switching electricity supplier, you can make significant savings on your bills.
If you have never switched, or haven’t switched for a few years, you’re likely to be on a standard variable tariff. These are some of the most expensive tariffs available and you could be significantly overpaying for your electricity.
Can I switch if I’m on a fixed rate tariff?
If you’re on a fixed rate tariff, you should check with your supplier whether there is an exit fee for leaving your contract early. You can usually find this on your bill or by calling your supplier to find out.
You can switch supplier with no exit fee payable 49 days before the end of your contract.
Will I lose electricity when switching?
Your electricity supply will not be interrupted when you switch to a new provider. Anyone switching provider is protected by the energy switch guarantee.
No matter who provides your electricity, it all arrives at your home through the same wires and cables. On the day of your switchover, you shouldn't notice any difference in your supply.
Can I compare green electricity tariffs?
Green electricity is provided from renewable sources such as sunlight, wind and water.
By switching with Love Energy Savings, you can compare a range of green electricity tariffs from suppliers offering 100% renewable electricity.
Can I switch electricity supplier if I’m renting?
The short answer is yes. Tenants can switch electricity suppliers if they pay the energy bills and are named on the account.
An exception to this is if you have all-inclusive bills or your landlord re-bills you for energy use. You can ask your landlord to change electricity supplier, but they are under no obligation to do so. For more information about switching electricity supply as a tenant, take a look at our guide.
Can I compare business electricity with Love Energy Savings?
Yes. At Love Energy Savings, we’ve completed over 300,000 business energy switches helping customers save over £100 million on their energy bills. With our comparison service, both large and small businesses can find great energy prices.
You can find out more about comparing business electricity with us here.
What is an Economy 7 meter?
With an Economy 7 meter, you will have access to different electricity rates during the day and night.
The ‘7’ is the number of hours in the day classed as off-peak – for example between 12 midnight and 7am.
You will have cheaper electricity rates during those 7 hours, but any electricity used outside of that period will be charged at a higher rate.
What is an Economy 10 meter?
Much like an Economy 7 meter, an Economy 10 meter offers separate electricity rates during the day and night.
Again, the ‘10’ is the number of hours where you will be charged an off-peak rate. Any electricity used outside of the designated 10 hours will likely be charged at a much higher rate.