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How it works

Step 1: Enter your details

Simply enter your name, postcode, and email address - we'll take it from there.

Step 2: Let Hoppy do the work

We'll compare energy suppliers and show you the best deals

Step 3: Time to start saving

Confirm that you'd like to switch with us and we'll tell your new supplier. Just sit back, relax, and start saving.

If you have any questions or need help finding a deal, don't hesitate to call us: 020 3828 7053 (standard call charges apply).

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Gas & Electricity FAQs

What does ‘standard variable’ mean?

A standard variable tariff is an energy supplier’s core tariff. They don’t have an end date. Ofgem’s data shows that standard variable tariffs are often more expensive than fixed tariffs so it’s definitely worth getting a quote for a new deal if you’re on one of these tariffs.

How can I switch energy supplier?

There are lots of ways. You can visit a supplier’s website directly or give them a call. Alternatively, use a price comparison website (like Hoppy!) You’ll get the most accurate quotes if you have your most recent bill handy.

Once you choose a new tariff, your new supplier will contact your old one so you don’t have to.

How do I find out more about my energy and where it comes from?

Electricity is generated via all manner of sources: coal, gas, nuclear and renewables. Some customers are keen to understand if they’re using energy that’s either from a low carbon or renewable source. Suppliers are obliged to tell their customers about their fuel sources and publish this information on their websites. To save you checking all the suppliers individually, check out the Electricity Info website to see environmental news and information about the UK electricity supply industry.

What’s an exit fee?

Suppliers sometimes charge exit fees if you want to leave a fixed energy tariff contract before it ends.

Why do I need to give meter readings?

More meter readings mean more accurate bills as your supplier won’t estimate your usage. Your supplier will send you reminders, but you may wish to give reads monthly. Check with your supplier how they accept reads.

How does Hoppy and energyhelpline make money?

We offer consumers a completely free and impartial service to compare electricity and gas prices from all UK suppliers. We have commission agreements with most suppliers, but this doesn’t impact the way results are displayed on our results table.

Below is a list of suppliers we have commission agreements with:

Affect Energy

Better Energy

Brilliant Energy

Bristol Energy

British Gas/Sainsbury's Energy

Bulb Energy

Co Operative Energy

Daligas

Economy Energy Trading Limited

EDF Energy

Engie

Enstroga

Entice

E-on

ESB

Extra Energy

First Utlity

Flow Energy

Future Energy

GB Energy

Go Effortless

Good Energy

Green Energy UK

Green Network Energy

Green Star Energy

GnERGY

iSupply Energy

Solarplicity

Npower

Octopus Energy

OneSelect

Our Power

Ovo Energy

PFP

Powershop

Pure Planet

Robin Hood Energy

Scottish Power

Spark

SSE

Togerther Energy

Tonik Energy

TOTO

Utilita

Zebra Power

     
Where do Hoppy's energy deals come from?

Working with energyhelpline's mega-powerful comparison engine gives us detailed info on energy tariffs available across the market. Hoppy also gives access to small independent providers you can’t always find on the major comparison websites.

Are smart meters safe?

We’ve checked with Smart Energy GB. They say Public Health England sees no danger or risk from smart meters. The smart meters used in Britain exceed every UK and EU safety standard. So it’s a Yes from us.

How are comparisons calculated?

Our comparison calculator compares your current usage details with tariffs for all UK suppliers to see who offers the best deals. It takes into account loads of different factors, such as your energy usage, meter type, preferred payment method, where you live and whether you’re after a dual fuel or single fuel tariff. 

 If you're on a fixed tariff that's ending in the next 12 months, it takes that into account as well. And it works out your savings based on the unit rates you're currently on as well as the rates you'll be put on when your fixed tariff expires. 

 If you'd rather see a comparison based on your current fixed tariff rates only - no problem. Just choose the filter at the top of the results table that says ‘Recalculate savings using last year's spend.’ 

 For the most accurate comparison, take the usage from your bill and enter it into the kWh box. If you don't have one to hand, tell us how much you spend each month or, if you don't know that either, you can estimate based on questions such as how many bedrooms you have.

What’s a kilowatt hour?

Also known as a kWh, a kilowatt hour measures energy. You’ll see them on your bill.

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