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Dan Tremain

Senior Product Manager at Compare the Market

Energy and business energy expert

For more than 20 years, Dan has been introducing, developing and managing product propositions across a variety of industries, including energy, insurance and banking, all to get the right outcome for customers.

Now, he’s focused on helping people and businesses get the right deal for their energy in a recently volatile market.

Dan's background

“I’ve spent the past 20 years working across marketing, commercial and product development roles in big companies including British Gas, The Post Office and Barclays. These experiences mean I understand how to deliver great propositions for customers.”

Dan's goal

“I want to ensure that all customers can benefit from cheaper prices and save on their bills whilst making the process as simple as possible.”

Dan's experience

Compare the Market

As a Senior Product Manager at Compare the Market, Dan is our expert in energy and business energy.

With the energy market’s turbulence causing concern for many in recent years, Dan looks to provide clarity and expertise to help people and businesses save money wherever possible.

British Gas

While at British Gas for almost four years, Dan managed Customer Products & Propositions. His job was to lead their customer proposition strategy across their home service products.


For five and a half years, Dan was a Senior Product Manager for Barclays. At one of the largest banks in the UK, Dan managed their existing product proposition, identified new product opportunities and managed their product life cycle.


Sajni Shah — Consumer expert on money

"Dan lives and breathes energy! He’s been pivotal in building the brand new Compare the Market energy switching journey using industry data to innovate, saving customers time and money. Dan keeps track of the latest trends and the evolving market, working closely with energy suppliers to revitalise the switching market."

Dan Tremain commenting on…

The energy price cap — April 2024

“It’s great news for customers that the energy price cap is reducing by £238 to £1,690 on 1 April, which will hopefully relieve some pressure on household bills. But remember, the cap applies to the amount energy suppliers charge for units of gas and electricity. So, the more energy you use, the more you’ll pay. While this is the lowest the energy price cap has been for some time, it’s still £600 higher than pre-crisis levels in 2021.”

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