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Why are energy prices so high?

It’s no secret that energy bills have increased in recent years for both homes and businesses. This has changed the way we compare energy prices. As wholesale prices increased during the energy market crisis, suppliers passed those costs onto customers.

The Energy Price Cap set by Ofgem has prevented suppliers from raising prices past a certain point. As the government’s Energy Price Guarantee lowered energy bills below the price cap, most households have stayed on their current deal rather than switching to a new fixed price tariff.

Businesses have also received support in the form of the Energy Bill Discount Scheme (EBDS). From 1st April 2023, the scheme will offer a discount to all businesses on a fixed rate deal agreed on or after 1st December 2021, on all new fixed price deal, and out-of-contract rates.

Whether you’re looking to switch business gas and business electricity or a homeowner seeking the latest energy prices, Energy Helpline are here to help you.

We’re Energy Helpline, the energy comparison service.

We exist to help find the right energy deal for you by comparing the latest energy tariff on the market, and you’ll hardly have to lift a finger.

By answering a few quick questions about your current energy supply, you can view a wide range of energy prices available to you via Energy Helpline at the time of your energy comparison.

You either choose one and begin your energy switch, or you can come back another day. It’s entirely up to you. When you choose which energy supplier and energy deal you’d like to switch to, we’ll handle the rest of your energy switch.

Why Compare Energy Prices with Energy Helpline?

By comparing energy prices with us, you can take the hassle out of finding a new energy deal for your home or business. You can compare the latest prices from our panel of trusted suppliers in seconds.

We’ll keep in touch with you as your renewal window opens again to ensure you stay on the best deal available and avoid expensive out-of-contract rates.

Whether you’re looking for a new business energy deal or switching home energy, we’re here to help you.

What type of energy deals are there?

If you’re looking to change energy suppliers, there are plenty of cheap deals on the market. Rather than looking for the best energy supplier, it might be worth looking for the best energy deals, instead. There are plenty on the market, you just have to decide which one suits your needs.

Standard variable tariff (SVT)

Standard variable tariffs (SVT) are also known as default tariffs, and are often the deal your energy supplier puts you on if you haven’t specified your preferred energy deal. Check with your energy supplier if you don’t know what deal you’re on, and if you find out you’re on an SVT, you could most likely save money with a cheaper energy deal by switching.

Green energy tariff

Some suppliers offer 100% renewable electricity, putting naturally-sourced energy back into the grid. A supplier might also fund international projects that help tackle carbon emissions to offset the gas their customers use. These suppliers will still offer standard tariff-types, just with the premise of generating 100% renewables to fuel them.

Economy 7 tariff

An Economy 7 tariff can help you get cheaper energy by giving you cheaper energy rates for a seven hour window during the night, but the price-per-unit of energy can vary depending on your energy supplier. Due to the cheaper energy rates at night, Economy 7 day-rates tend to be much higher than regular energy tariffs, often leading to expensive bills.

Electric or gas-only tariff

Your premises might be gas-only or electric-only, so you’ll be after a single-energy tariff. But, signing up for energy separately could help you save money, if you’re willing to compare two single-energy tariffs against a dual fuel tariff. This means more hassle for you, but going with two different suppliers for your energy might be worth it in the long run.

Fixed rate tariff

Fixed rate tariffs lock in the price you pay per unit of energy (kWH) for a certain period of time, protecting you from wholesale energy price hikes. They also offer some of the cheapest prices on the energy market, ensuring you pay a fair price for your energy for a lengthy amount of time and allowing you to forget about energy price rises.

Prepayment meter tariff

Prepayment meters are installed in your home, allowing you to become a ‘pay as you go’ energy customer. Prepayment meters are powered by a ‘key’ or smart card that is topped up and inserted into the meter to power it. Whereas credit meters allow you to spread energy cost evenly over the year, prepayment meters require you to pay for exact use.

Dual-fuel tariff

A dual fuel tariff means that you can purchase both your gas and electricity from the same supplier in the same energy tariff, which is a lot more convenient for you. Having a dual fuel energy tariff often means that your overall energy supply is cheaper, but to be sure it is, run a price comparison before you switch to make sure.

Feed-in tariff

This type of energy deal is a product of the Feed-in Tariffs (FIT) government scheme designed to promote and encourage the implementation of renewable and low-carbon electricity generation technologies. A feed-in tariff is available for anyone who has installed their own method of renewable energy generation, such as solar panels.

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