We're cutting gas prices by another 5.1%

On our current tariffs and all our Fix & Fall tariffs on 16th March 2016.[1]

Prices vary by region

Why choose us?

We'll tell you if there is a cheaper tariff

  • We'll let you know on your bill, annual statement or by email if we've got a cheaper tariff for you.

No exit fees[2]

  • It won't cost you to leave us or change tariff.

A fixed price that won't go up but could come down

  • With our HomeEnergy Capped Jun 2017 tariff, your price will fall if our standard price does - and it won't go up again.

Manage your account anytime, anywhere

  • Download our easy to use App to submit meter readings, pay bills and track your energy usage.

We're cutting gas prices by another 5.1%. On our current tariffs and all our Fix & Fall tariffs on 16th March 2016[1].

Our energy tariffs

We have four tariffs with different features to best suit your needs

Fixed Price
July 2018 (Fixed)

  • Gas price will reduce by 5.1% on 16th March 2016.[1]
  • Fixed prices until 31st July 2018.
  • If our prices rise, yours will stay the same.
  • No exit fees if you want to leave us or change tariff.
  • £15 Dual Fuel discount.[4]
  • Our cheapest tariff for Pay As You Go customers.[5]

Standard
(Variable)

  • Gas price will reduce by 5.1% on 16th March 2016.[1]
  • Variable pricing that moves up and down with the market.
  • Available to Pay As You Go customers.
  • No exit fees if you want to leave us or change tariff.
  • £15 Dual Fuel discount.[4]

HomeEnergy Reward
Jun 2017 (Fixed)

  • Gas price will reduce by 5.1% on 16th March 2016.[1]
  • Our only tariff that includes a £50 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card.[3]
  • Fixed prices until 30th June 2017.
  • No exit fees if you want to leave us or change tariff.
  • £15 Dual Fuel discount.[4]

HomeEnergy Capped
Jun 2017 (Fixed)

  • Gas price will reduce by 5.1% on 16th March 2016.[1]
  • Fixed prices that won't go up, but might come down.
  • No exit fees if you want to leave us or change tariff.
  • £15 Dual Fuel discount.[4]
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How to switch

It takes roughly two and a half weeks to switch to us from another supplier

Step 1

Get a quote, choose your tariff and apply online.

Step 2

We'll talk to your current supplier.

Step 3

We'll tell you when the switch has happened.

Step 4

You'll need to send us your first meter readings.

Other ways we can help

New connections

We can install gas and electricity infrastructure, energy meters and more.

Gas safety

Protecting your family against carbon monoxide is our top priority.

We're here to help

Frequently asked questions

Q. Why isn't this gas price cut happening immediately?

A: As with our previous price cuts, it takes us a little while to make the necessary changes; but we wanted to let our customers know to expect this cut.

Q. Do I need to do anything to get the gas price cut?

A: You don't need to do anything if you're on one of our Fix & Fall tariffs or our Standard tariff. Your gas price will automatically reduce on 16th March 2016 and is for customers switching to our current tariffs and existing customers on our Standard or Fix & Fall tariffs. If you're a Pay As You Go customer you'll need to top up from 16th March, to make sure your new gas price is added to your meter. Get a quote to see if you can benefit from the reduction.

Q. What is a kilowatt hour (kWh)?

A: A kWh stands for kilowatt hour – the unit used to measure energy use. 1 kWh will power a 40 watt light bulb for 25 hours.

Q. What is a Personal Projection?

A: A Personalised Projection is a personalised quote based on your home and your consumption. It gives you the best estimate on how much you will pay to help you pick the right tariff.

Q. What happens if I change the way I pay?

A: If you move from Direct Debit to pay by Cash or Cheque, your unit rate will increase. You can see the difference between Direct Debit and Cash or Cheque rates by updating your personalised quote. We’ll always give you seven days’ notice before we change the way you pay, though. These prices are all correct as of 29th January 2016.

Q. Do I need to tell my current supplier I'm switching?

A: No - once you've given us your details and confirmed that you want to switch, we'll handle everything for you.

[1] The gas price cut on 16th March 2016 is an average reduction of 5.1%, with any variations reflecting the cost of distributing energy to different regions and payment types. Based on Ofgem annual consumption of 12,500 kWh gas, averaged across all payment methods and regions. Excludes Collective Switch tariffs.

[2] Excludes collective switch tariffs.

[3] The first time you sign up to this tariff for both gas and electricity we'll give your household one £50 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card. You'll get one Amazon.co.uk Gift Card no later than 28 days after we switch on your supply or switch you to this tariff for the first time. This Gift Certificate can only be redeemed on purchases made on www.amazon.co.uk

Amazon.co.uk is not a sponsor of this promotion. Amazon.co.uk Gift Card ("GCs") may be redeemed on the Amazon.co.uk website towards the purchase of eligible products listed in our online catalogue and sold by Amazon.co.uk or any other seller selling through Amazon.co.uk. GCs cannot be reloaded, resold, transferred for value, redeemed for cash or applied to any other account.

Amazon.co.uk is not responsible if a GC is lost, stolen, destroyed or used without permission. See www.amazon.co.uk/gc-legal  for complete terms and conditions. GCs are issued by Amazon EU S.à r.l. All Amazon ®, ™ & © are IP of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.

[4] Where you have both gas and electricity with us at the same property, you'll receive one Dual Fuel discount of £15 per year (including VAT). The discount will be continuously applied to your bill throughout your billing period if you use a credit meter or applied to your meter at least once a year if you use a prepayment meter. If you cancel this agreement (for example by switching to another energy supplier), you will receive a Dual Fuel discount for the number of days you have been with us during that one year period.

[5] This is based on annual average consumption (of 12,500 kWh for gas and 3,100 kWh for electricity) as at 29th January 2016.