Gas and Electricity GuideDo you want to know more about power? Fair enough. Power is one of the biggest household expenses. You will have noticed power prices rising rapidly over the past few years. Knowing more about power will enable you to reduce your bill.
The price that we pay for power is largely dictated by wholesale gas prices. As 40% of UK electricity is generated by gas-fuelled power stations, electricity prices can also be traced back to the cost of gas.
In 2002, power prices began to rise at an unprecedented rate. As the world economy has grown, demand for power has pushed wholesale gas prices through the roof. The UK's North Sea fields have declined faster than predicted, so the UK has been forced to import more gas from Europe. At the same time, the price of oil has risen massively, which has also driven up power prices.
It is easy to cut your power bills. The UK power market is very competitive, with 10 major companies offering a variety of different tariffs. energyhelpline.com makes it easy to compare all power suppliers and switch to a new company online.
• How can I find the best power tariff?
• Compare power suppliers
• Switch online and get cheaper power
Do you want to find the best power deal available? You can find the best power tariffs quickly and easily with energyhelpline.com. If you were to research all the various power companies and their numerous tariffs, it would take a very long time. Fortunately, with energyhelpline.com's powerprice comparison service, you can find the very best power deal for you in minutes.
In minutes, you can compare ALL power companies with energyhelpline.com's comparison service. Prices may have risen rapidly, but you can cut your power bills by as much as 30%. All you have to do is enter some basic details, like your postcode, and our price comparison calculator will show you the cheapest power companies, based on your specific circumstances.
Once you’ve found the best power company for you, you’ll want to sign-up and start saving as soon as possible. Simple – you can switch using our website. We will ask for some personal information such as your name and address, and then pass these details securely to your chosen provider. Your new power supplier will write to you to confirm your switch.