Potential savings from switching to dual fuel
Like we said, you shouldn’t assume dual fuel is the cheapest option. The key is to compare all the tariffs available and find one that’s right for you – dual fuel or not.
Here are a few facts about switching suppliers with Compare the Market – all from January 2019.
For people who switched with us, the average saving was between £76.75 and £68.06, depending on where in the county they live.
The most popular tariff, EDF Energy, accounted for 17.22% of switches and saved customers £39.10 each on average.
The highest-saving tariffs, such as Northumbria Energy saved customers an average of £183.32 and So Energy So Platypus saved new customers over £152.93 on average.
Customers aged 50-64 were the most likely to switch, saving on average £75.28.
As you can see, there can be some serious savings to be made by switching energy suppliers. Whether you want a dual fuel energy arrangement or simply the cheapest provider, we can help.
Average savings based on usage information entered by Compare the Market customers during January 2019. Achievable savings can vary among customers depending on individual household usage.