Other ways to save
Switching is probably the best way of saving significant money on your energy bills, but it’s not the only way.
If you don’t change the price of your energy, you could reduce your bills by using less of it. Pretty obvious yes, but did you know that just a 1°C reduction in your thermostat setting could save you 10% on your heating bill?
Forming good habits will also save your money. Turning lights off when you leave a room, only boiling water in a kettle that you’ll actually use and avoiding the use of energy guzzling dishwashers and washer driers until you have full loads will all help.
Other than usage, you could also look at improving the energy efficiency of your home. With grants, such as the Warm Home Discount, possibly available to assist you, spending some money upfront to upgrade your boiler or installing alternative energy sources could pay back handsomely in the long run.