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Are you overpaying for your energy? You may be if it’s been more than a year since you reviewed your energy bills or changed provider. When your energy deal runs out, providers transfer you onto their standard variable tariff, rather than the better deals they offer new customers. According to Ofgem, a standard variable tariff can cost you 32% more a year than the cheapest available tariff – that’s a compelling reason to shop around for cheaper gas and electricity.

WeTrust has partnered with Energylinx to provide a fast and easy energy comparison site that could save you money on your energy bills. Don’t overpay for your energy. Take five minutes to compare energy prices and see the savings you could make when you switch suppliers.

How WeTrust Home Energy Works

WeTrust wants to make it fast and easy for you to save money on your energy bills. Whether you want a big six supplier or a green tariff using renewable resources, we’ll show you the best deals on offer in the market.

Get yourself a cuppa and your last energy bill. WeTrust will help you find the right home energy supplier and tariff in just a few minutes.

The switching process should take 21 days. Don’t worry if you decide you’d rather stick with your current supplier. You’ve got 14 days after you sign up to a new deal to change your mind. Just give your supplier a call and let them know.
Whole Of Market

WeTrust’s comparison service is here to help you save money and find cheap energy prices for your home. We’ll show you prices from all the companies who supply energy to your area.

Fast And Easy

We only need a few details from you to start your switch. All you need to do is fill in a form, take some meter readings and give them to your new supplier when asked. That’s all there is to it.

100% Impartial

WeTrust is not owned by or affiliated with any energy companies. When you compare energy with us, we display tariffs by the savings you could make, highest to lowest.

As Easy as 1, 2, 3

WeTrust makes it fast and easy to compare energy prices and find the best deal. Answer a few questions, pick a tariff that suits you and we’ll do the rest.

It takes minutes to fill in our quote form and see the deals for your area.
Step 1
Fill in Your Details

Hit the button that takes you to our energy comparison and fill in some details about you and your energy use.

Step 2
Compare Quotes

We'll show you a list of energy providers and the estimated savings you'll make by switching. Check tariff details in the 'More info' section and make sure it's the right deal for you.

Step 3
Switch your energy provider

Once you've found a provider you like you can switch online or if you’ve got any questions, call your new energy company. We'll do the rest, and you can spend any savings you make from using WeTrust’s energy comparison service.

WeTrust Home Energy FAQs

Tell us your postcode, who your current supplier is, what tariff you're on, and how much energy you use. You'll find this information on your latest energy bill.
You can get a separate tariff where you get your gas and electricity from different suppliers, or a dual tariff where you get both from the same supplier.

Once you’ve decided on separate or dual, you can choose a fixed-rate tariff, where the price is fixed for a set length of time, or a variable tariff where the cost of your energy varies depending on the energy market.
It can be cheaper to swap to a dual-fuel contract, where one company supplies both your gas and electricity. Suppliers often offer deals when you sign up to a dual-fuel tariff. With just one company to deal with, there’ll be less home admin for you to do, too.
You might look to switch to save money on your energy bills. Or maybe you want a green tariff where your energy comes from renewable resources. Whatever your reason for swapping, WeTrust’s energy comparison service can help you find the right supplier and tariff for you.

The cheapest gas and electric prices that you see on our site may be from a company you’ve never heard of. That shouldn’t put you off, though. Ofgem, the Government's energy regulator, oversees all energy companies in the UK and the same rules apply to all of them.
There are loads of ways you can cut the cost of your energy bills, including:

- Taking a shower instead of a bath
- Washing your clothes at a low temperature
- Monitor your energy usage with a smart meter
- Replace old lightbulbs with energy-saving bulbs
- Switch your equipment off when you’re not using it
- Buy appliances with good energy ratings
- Don’t have the heating on when you’re not at home
The maximum it should take to switch suppliers is three weeks. Get in touch with them if you have heard nothing by then.
No, you don’t. Your new supplier will contact your current supplier and let them know that you’re moving. All you need to do is take meter readings and give them to your new supplier when they ask for them. They’ll pass them to your current supplier so they can calculate your final bill accurately.

WeTrust Home Energy comparison are provided by our home energy partner, Seopa Limited who is a data controller and is listed on the data protection register under reg no Z8733752. Due to rising costs, many providers have removed their deals from the market, so we're unable to switch you right now.

To see the latest monthly switching stats, please visit Energy UK’s website: http://www.energy-uk.org.uk/publication/293-research-and-reports/switchingreports

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