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Affect Energy is new to the market and they are currently going through controlled market entry for residential only customers at present. At present the team is built up from ex-employees of one of the big six, altogether they come with over 60 years experience within the industry.
Avro Energy is based in Warwickshire and it currently offers gas and electricity with zero standing charges; their ethos is to supply simple tariffs that allow customers to budget easier. They are highly effective at managing their overheads, which allows them to offer simple tariffs that are cost effective for consumers.
Better Energy Supply Limited is an independent company, regulated and licensed through Ofgem. They supply Gas to domestic and business customers, throughout the whole GB. The company is based in Nottingham and was founded in 2010, but did not supply gas until 2011.
Bristol Energy Cooperative (BEC) is a community-owned company, focusing on local green energy supply and creating benefits for all. There are no private shareholders and everything is reinvested within the company and communities. BEC aim to give everyone access to fair, transparent tariffs and great customer care. Their site states that they will always tell customers if there is a cheaper tariff you could be on.
Being the largest energy supplier in the British domestic market, this 'big 6' company is part of Centrica plc; an UK quoted 100 energy company. Claiming to have the lowest CO2 emissions of all UK energy suppliers this company also aims to provide the best value in the country.
Bulb are a renewable energy supplier. Renewables tends to be expensive but the people behind Bulb want to change that. Offering just one single low-cost tariff for electricity and gas which is the lowest offered by any 100% renewable energy company in the UK, Bulb have also made it their mission to provide customers competitive prices.
A true Welsh Company, Cardiff Energy Supply Limited is situated in Cardiff and all their direct employees and directors live in Cardiff too. The owner is a proud Welshman.
Co-operative Energy supplies energy nationwide, with no shareholders – members get a share of the profits. Co-operative Energy claims to be an ethical energy provider and has simple pricing, made up of a monthly fixed charge and a single unit price for energy used, they aim to ensure that the gas and electricity they source contains less than half the carbon content of the national average.
Daligas are privately owned supplier who offers gas to domestic and commercial clients, it also offers a Budget Bill Plan (BPP) for domestic clients allowing them to spread their bills equally over 12 monthly payments. They operate more effectively, they claim, due to the lean corporate structure, low operating costs, innovative purchasing strategy, strong management and team.
E is a British company who puts its customers at the heart of everything they do. Ensuring everything is simple, transparent and straightforward. They offer one tariff for their customers, THEIR best ONE!
Formerly known as PowerGen, E-On Energy is one of the UK's 'Big Six' energy suppliers. E-On is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Eon, a German company. In the UK, E.on are the second biggest supplier providing energy to over 5 million customers. E-On currently have 21 wind farms, and aim to help customers improve the energy efficiency of their homes and reduce carbon dioxide emission. Having installed 340,000 smart meters and issued 650,000 Saving Energy Toolkit to customers with the intention to improve energy efficiency in the UK.
Established in Oxfordshire in 1998 this UkK not-for-profit energy company operates with customers at the heart of all its decisions. They offer a single-rate gas and electric tariff with no standing charge, so its 50,000 customers only pay for what they use. Ebico does work with SSE as a licensed supplier.
Economy Energy is a British energy supplier, based in Coventry. At Economy Energy, they love low prices for electricity and gas. It’s why they keep things simple, with three low-cost tariffs: Evergreen, Economy and Direct Saver.
Ecotricity was founded in 1995 and it was the first supplier offering power from wind. They invest heavily in new sources of renewable energy. August 2013 Ecotricity announced that they were to start supplying 100% of their electricity from renewable sources. Ecotricity publishes green energy statistics and information about the green energy market on its Which Green website.
EDF Energy is a wholly-owned subsidiary of EDF, the French state-owned energy company. Between 1998 and 2002, EDF Energy took over London Electricity, SWEB and Seeboard and merged them into its operations. In 2009, EDF Energy acquired British Energy and became one of the biggest suppliers of gas and electricity to properties in the UK, with more than five million residential and business customers. EDF Energy are part of the 'Big Six' in the UK, they produce one-fifth of the UK's electricity from a variety of sources.
EnergySW are based in the sunny southwest, and owned by local housing providers. They offer unrivaled customer service that is community-based.
Extra Energy bring a fresh new approach to customer service, offering UK only based call centres. Their competitive rates include short and long term fixed rate prices for both commercial and domestic customers.
Fairer Power is a community partnership between Cheshire East Council and OVO energy. Cheshire East Council reinvest any profit into the community, so this is a real local energy company. They offer competitive tariffs with the intention of offering other benefits to the local community through this reinvestment and their low rates.
First Utility are the biggest independent energy supplier in the UK, they have over 450,000 customers and were founded in 2008. They also supply telephone and broadband services. They are a true champion of switching to save and have driven demand for better deals in the market.
Flow are all about great prices, unbeatable service and big ideas. Flow is a Which? recommended supplier, and this is based on independent analysis of its prices, policies, communications, calls and overall customer service.
Future Energy has its roots in the North East of England. They aim to deliver innovative energy solutions that will drive the price of energy down for the locals. That’s why they offer low prices, fair and transparent billing and a chance to talk to a Community Energy Champion to improve energy efficiency in your home.
GB Energy started in 2014 and are located in Preston Lancashire. GB Energy claim to be the cheapest provider of domestic energy in the UK. They keep their overheads to a minimum and use online processes to drive operating costs down. With two clearly defined tariffs to decide between their aim is to save customers money. They do not have any cancellation fees which try to tie in the customers.
Started in 2006, Glide is an energy and communications company supplying tenants, landlords, letting agents and property developers in the UK. Glide services include supplying gas, electricity, water, telephone lines, broadband and TV licences. They deliver one monthly payment for all services, and aim to be a one-stop-shop for shared household bills.
GnERGY’s main aim is to offer customers the lowest Tariff available. Along with their competitive prices their billing is 100% transparent. Managed by ex-Gurkhas, they believe in operating with efficiency, commitment, simplicity and honesty. Their UK based customer service team speak English, Nepali and Hindi.
Having established their business from the customer perspective, they have grown well since their launch in January 2015. They have one tariff and one payment method, which allows them to keep it simple and honest. All savings they make by reducing their overheads they pass onto their customers.
Good Energy founded in 1997 are the first renewable energy supplier in the UK. They are now an independent renewable company that sources its energy from renewable sources only, 100%! Nothing ever comes from fossil fuels, nuclear or carbon energy sources.
Green Energy sources its electricity from UK-only green and renewable sources. None of its electricity is derived from fossil fuels or nuclear power. Green Energy claims to be committed to limiting energy use wherever possible. Green Energy are the first and only private company in the UK to offer free shares to its customers.
Green Star Energy, known previously as Pioneer Energy, launched in July 2013, and supplies gas and electricity to residential customers in the UK. It is part of the Just Energy Group - a provider of energy solutions to residential and commercial customers across Canada and North America. Green Star Energy aim to provide residential consumers with a fresh alternative for their gas and electricity supply needs. Their customer service department is based in Milton Keynes, and they aim to help people across the UK with simple straight forward options.
Based in Nottingham, Iresa Limited is an independent UK gas and electricity supplier. They aim to focus on the main things that matters most to their customers: price, billing and quality of service.
iSupplyEnergy is a Bournemouth based energy supplier. Since 2012, thousands of new customers every month trust iSupplyEnergy to look after their energy.
Whether it’s straightforward and competitive pricing, or an easy to use customer portal to help manage energy accounts online, iSupplyEnergy focus on simplicity, fair prices and great customer service from our UK based call centre.
Now owned by Vattenfall, one of Europe's biggest retailers of electricity and gas and one of the largest producers of electricity and heat, iSupplyEnergy continues to offer its customers competitive pricing for Gas and Electricity on both credit and prepayment meters.
iSupplyEnergy – cheaper energy made simple!
LoCO2 Energy began in 2009 supplying renewable electricity to homes and businesses throughout the UK. LoCO2 offer three different electricity tariffs using renewable energy sources. Each tariff supplies electricity derived from different renewable sources such as hydro, wind and solar power.
M&S Energy is a partnership between Marks & Spencer and SSE. The energy comes from SSE and branded M&S. M&S Energy is now green with 100% of its electricity coming from matched renewable sources.
Npower are one of the UK's biggest suppliers of gas, electricity and boiler services. They supply millions of homes across the UK and business. They offer competitive tariffs and also do a lot to support both national and local causes.
Octopus Energy believe in making things better, they have recently invested £1.5 billion in solar and renewable energy firms .They started supplying homes in 2015 with a fresh new approach, which includes customer service via facebook chat.
Established in 2009, OVO Energy have been leaders in the energy supplier market. OVO Energy claim to be a supplier who is about service, not profit, and they pass back any savings they make to their customers. They keep their tariffs simple and offer 33% renewable electricity as standard, if you pick to be on their renewable energy electricity plan they guarantee that for every unit you buy from them they will buy one back that is 100% renewable.
A partnership between Peterborough City Council and independent supplier, OVO Energy, Peterborough Energy was created with the view to supplying local people with low energy. All customer service, billing and other back office services will be provided by OVO Energy, who topped ten of the twelve categories in the Switch Energy Awards 2014, including Supplier of the Year.
Places For People Energy was launched in 2015 by the largest property and leisure management and development company. Places for People Energy is a not-for-dividend energy supplier. This means that they don't have any shareholders, so they can invest money that they make into social causes.
Launched by Nottingham City Council, Robin Hood Energy is a locally owned energy supplier. Offering straightforward and honest service, with the promise of jargon-free communication. They promise to keep prices low by being smart with costs and the management of the company.
Sainsbury's Energy is a partnership between Sainsbury's and British Gas which started in 2011. Energy comes from British Gas and but customers can earn Nectar reward points for the gas and electricity they use. Combining Sainsbury's customer service and British Gas expertise in the energy field, Sainsbury's Energy promises to deliver a re-defined approach to supporting energy customers needs.
With 5.2 Million customers across the UK this is one of the largest suppliers of gas and electricity in the UK. The Scottish Hydro brand supplies homes across Scotland. Scottish Power is one of the ‘Big 6,’ they believe in making a difference in the world and are dedicated to investing in green projects & renewable energy, as well as helping their customers be more efficient with their energy.
So Energy are committed to being one of the best value energy suppliers in the UK. Their customer service team offer a high level of service and information about the varying UK tariffs, because their prices are regional.
A partnership between Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and OVO Energy, this award-winning independent energy supplier aims to provide hassle-free, customer-focused service and fairer prices for their energy bills.
Spark Energy was launched in January 2007 and is UK based. They specialises in serving rental tenants, property management firms and landlords, although they have recently begun to provide tariffs which private homes can also sign up to. Spark Energy provide smart energy meters, including in-home energy usage display units, to all its customers.
Formed in December 1998 SSE is a result of the merger of Scottish Hydro and Southern Electric. It acquired SWALEC in August 2000 and then Atlantic in April 2004. SSE is also a supplier of the SSE group, alongside companies Atlantic Electric and Gas, Scottish Hydro, Southern Electric and SWALEC. The SSE brand supplies homes in the East Midlands, West Midlands, North West, North East and Yorkshire electricity regions.
Utilita Energy Limited is an independent energy and utilities supplier offering gas and electricity for the prepayment meters market. Customers of Utilita can top up their meter remotely online, at a paypoint, by text or over the phone.
Telecom Plus PLC is the parent company for Utility Warehouse, they have 450,000 customers and do no advertising. They offer a wide range of communication services as well as gas and electricity. When it comes to Gas and Electricity with Utility Warehouse they promise to deliver on 5 things: Guaranteed savings, no exit fees, peace of mind, simplicity and the UK’s longest fixed term tariff.
Zog Energy is a relatively new UK supplier which currently only offers gas tariffs. It received its license to sell energy from OFGEM, the industry regulator, in 2013. Zog Energy has UK based customer services and claims to keep the price of its tariffs low by running its business effectively.