MyUtilityGenius compares energy prices and tariffs from all the UK's energy suppliers

Please find below the list of all UK's energy suppliers MyUtilityGenius compares prices from as well as the energy suppliers MyUtilityGenius has a commercial agreement with. In light of our ethical stance, we feel it beholden upon us to let you know that MyUtilityGenius, in common with all energy suppliers switching sites, has commercial deals with some energy suppliers and receives a small commission payment if you decide to switch or apply for a product with us. Clearly our objective would be to have a commercial relationship with all of the energy suppliers so that you were able to use our site for your entire switching journey whenever possible. Whatever our commercial position with a supplier it does not affect how we rank energy suppliers and their tariffs in your results page.

MyUtilityGenius does not represent the commercial interests of any particular electricity or gas supplier and is completely independent of these companies. Any difference between the annual energy costs and savings displayed by MyUtilityGenius and either energy suppliers themselves or other switching sites is either a function of error on one of the calculation engines behalf, or simply a result of differing approaches to consumption estimation, the treatment of VAT and the treatment of the myriad discounting arrangements applied by the energy suppliers. 

You are probably familiar with the 6 biggest UK energy suppliers: British Gas, EDF Energy, N.Power, Scottish Power and E.On. There are many other UK energy suppliers who offer tariffs - sometimes very specific - suitable to your needs. Want to know more about a supplier before deciding to switch energy tariff? Select that supplier from that list below, you will find a lot information in our suppliers' pages.


Check out our Whiteboard Friday video where our , Guy Thompson explains the differences between the Big 6 and the small energy suppliers:

Affect Energy
Affect Energy
Commercial Agreement: No

We’re Affect Energy. We supply gas and electricity to homes and businesses in the UK. We can make energy better for you: simple, painless and great value for money.

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Avro Energy
Avro Energy
Commercial Agreement: No

Avro Energy is a new independent supplier to the UK Electricity & Gas supply market…

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Better Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes
Better Energy Ltd Company History Better Energy is a UK gas supplier based in Nottingham. The company was incorporated in March 2010 and, after obtaining its gas licences in September later that year began supplying gas to homes and businesses in the East Midlands in 2011 and now offers its tariffs to customers across England, [...]
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Breeze Energy
Breeze Energy
Commercial Agreement: No

breeze together we can make a positive difference. Our aim is to help more people use less energy, because saving energy is good for everyone. So why not keep it just as simple and as fair as that? With breeze, it’s all good. We supply you with your energy, give you some simple tips to […]

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Bristol Energy
Commercial Agreement: No

Bristol Energy will be a force for social good: offering access to fair and transparent tariffs while reinvesting the money made into local services and community-owned initiatives.

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British Gas
Commercial Agreement: No

British Gas is the biggest energy supplier in Britain’s domestic market with more than 6 million customers as an electricity supplier and accounts for approximately 50% of the UK domestic gas market.

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Bulb
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Bulb are a new renewable energy supplier in the UK. They’ve launched an energy company which aims to be more customer focused than any other supplier.

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Co-operative Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Co-operative Energy is part of The Midcounties Co-operative, the third largest co-operative in the UK with 430,000 members

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Daligas
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Daligas is a UK based domestic and commercial gas supplier based in North London, England. A privately owned company founded by Dr Phaedon Hadjisavvas in 2012.

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E.ON
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Powergen became E.On in December 2007. E.On group is one of the world’s largest energy companies. It is part of the “Big 6”: The 6 largest suppliers for energy in the UK.

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Ebico
Commercial Agreement: No

Ebico a not-for-profit energy supplier aiming to offer fairer energy deals for UK households. Ebico has a single flat-rate and no standing charge, so customers only pay for what they use.

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Economy Energy
Economy Energy
Commercial Agreement:

Economy Energy- We’re the smart, friendly answer to low-cost gas and electricity  

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Ecotricity
Commercial Agreement: No

Ecotricity is an independent green electricity provider, offering new sources of renewable energy for the domestic market in the UK

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EDF Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

EDF Energy is a subsidiary of the EDF Group, one of Europe’s largest energy groups. EDF Energy generates around one fifth of the UK’s electricity. EDF Energy supplies electricity and gas to around 5.5 million residential and business customers

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Engie
Engie
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Welcome to a fairer, smarter, greener way to get the energy – and the savings – you need for your home. – Engie

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Entice Energy
Commercial Agreement: No

Entice Energy combine simple tariffs with energy-free customer service to make your gas supply cheaper and easier to manage. Gas only supplier

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ESB Energy
ESB Energy
Commercial Agreement: No

ESB Energy means exceptional customer service and a wealth of experience. Choosing ESB Energy means more time for the important things in life. Our pledge is to be the most innovative, responsible and easy to deal with energy supplier in Great Britain.

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Extra Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Extra Energy, a new entrant to the UK market, has one mission – to save you money on your energy bills.

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First Utility
Commercial Agreement: Yes

First Utility is the fastest growing energy supplier in the UK and one of the largest independent energy companies . . . . .

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Fischer Energy
Fischer Energy
Commercial Agreement: No

Fischer Energy – Honest, Fair, Simple Fischer Energy is an Ofgem Approved Energy Supplier  

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Flow Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Flow is a national supplier of gas and electricity based in Suffolk. It offers both fixed and variable dual fuel tariffs and provides 50% renewable electricity as standard with the option to upgrade to 100% renewable electricity. Flow has been active in the market since 2013. It also offers boiler installation and solar panels.

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Gnergy
Commercial Agreement: No

GnERGY is a new breed of community energy suppliers in the UK. Providing Gas and Electricity in an open and honest way. Truly putting the customer at the heart of everything we do, we’ve: Stripped out all the confusing jargon, Made our prices and billing completely transparent Simplified switching to us Passed the low prices […]

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go effortless energy
Go Effortless Energy
Commercial Agreement: No

We set up Go Effortless Energy for customers by customers with the aim of making energy easier to understand . . .

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Good Energy
Good Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Good energy is an independent energy supplier who supplies only 100% renewable electricity to homes and businesses across the UK. Good Energy sources all its renewable energy from wind power, small hydro generation stations and solar photovoltaic arrays.

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Green Energy UK
Green Energy UK
Commercial Agreement: No

Green Energy UK sources its energy from UK renewable sources (excluding nuclear power). Green Energy UK supplies their electricity through their licence provider OPUS energy and they aim to re-invest up to 50% of their profits into renewable electricity generation projects in the UK.

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Green Network Energy
Green Network Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Green Network Energy The Green Network Group was founded in 2003 by an enthusiastic group of professionals who, since the outset, have worked hard to make the company one of the most firmly established and reliable operators in the Italian energy market.

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Green Star Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Green Star Energy, Formerly Pioneer Energy is a part of the Just Energy Group of Companies and offers services in the UK. Just Energy Group is a provider of energy solutions to residential and commercial customers . . .

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Igloo Energy
Igloo Energy
Commercial Agreement: No

Igloo energy   It might seem obvious, but traditional energy companies make more money when you buy more energy. We don’t think this is in your best interest, we think there is a better way. Through providing you with a mix of technology & analysing data on how you use energy in your home, we […]

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IRESA Limited
IRESA Limited
Commercial Agreement: No

IRESA Limited are an independent UK gas and electricity supplier based in Nottingham. Our aim as a company is to focus our energy on the main thing that matters most to our customers: price and quality of service. In doing so, we hope to reach the forgotten.

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isupplyenergy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Publically launched in 2012, iSupplyEnergy is a UK-owned and operated gas and electricity supply company based in Dorset

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Nabuh Energy
Nabuh Energy
Commercial Agreement: No

Nabuh Energy is a new Energy company, with a new proposition for our customers. After observing how the big 6 treat prepay customers, Nabuh Energy decided to do something different with a proposition focused on making things more honest, simple and cheap for our customers. By focusing on the latest technology Nabuh Energy is able […]

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npower
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Npower is a leading UK energy company which supplies gas and electricity to around 4 million customers and produces around 10% of the electricity used in the UK.

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Octopus Energy
Octopus Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

We believe energy should be better. A better experience for you through transparency, honesty and simplicity. Better for the planet, through real long term investment in renewable generation and a low CO2 future. Better value, by throwing away the old business models of the “Big 6” and instead building a business that’s fit for the 21st century. […]

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One Se;lect
One Select
Commercial Agreement: Yes

OneSelect is a new entrant in the UK energy market, but our team has wide experience of gas and electricity supply having launched Energieflex on the Dutch market in 2014. Energieflex is now a major supplier in The Netherlands and OneSelect is offering the same mix of great pricing, excellent customer service and innovative products […]

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orbit
Orbit Energy
Commercial Agreement: No

Orbit Energy is a brand-new energy company with a big ambition: to create an energy service that’s as innovative as the cleverest apps and home tech. We’re doing that by developing products and technologies that power services and solutions that simply ‘work’ for our customers. It’s a focus that’s helped us hit the ground running and set our […]

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Our Power
Our Power
Commercial Agreement: No

Our Power is a UK not-for-profit energy supplier set up to provide customers with a fairer way to buy the energy they need. Our mission is to make household energy more affordable and greener for all energy customers, whilst helping those who are at risk of fuel poverty or on lower incomes

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OVO Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

OVO Energy is an independent energy supplier who entered the UK market in 2009 . . .

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PFP Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

With simple tariffs and bills, you’ll know exactly what you’re getting for your money with Places for People Energy. Launched in 2015 Places for People Energy is a wholly owned subsidiary of Places for People Group Ltd

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Pure Planet
Pure Planet
Commercial Agreement: No

Pure Planet- We’re the first energy company built for mobile. We’ve packaged everything you need to run your energy account in our app. Enjoy energy at your fingertips.

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Robin Hood Energy
Robin Hood Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Robin Hood Energy is a not for profit, independent energy supplier launched by Nottingham City Council to simply provide gas and electricity to customers in the UK at the lowest possible price. Robin Hood Energy aims to offer a better deal for you.

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ScottishPower
Commercial Agreement: No

Scottish Power provides gas and electricity to over 5.2 million domestic customers in the UK and maintains a large distribution network. Scottish Power is dedicated to investing in green projects and have 11 wind farms, hydro-electric power stations across the UK as well their own Green Energy fund.

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So Energy
Commercial Agreement:

So Energy supplies gas and electricity to homes in the UK. So Energy is based on simplicity, honesty and great value. So Energy think that the energy industry can be all of these things.

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solarplicity
Solarplicity Energy Ltd
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Solarplicity: A big change from the Big 6 Fact. Our prices will always be lower than the UK’s ‘Big 6’ energy companies. How? Our Fair Market Price. With us, you’ll only ever pay for the energy you use. Not a penny more, not a penny less.  Solarplicity

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Spark Energy
Spark Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Spark Energy is a small supplier specialising in providing a service for tenants, property management firms and land lords.

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SSE
Commercial Agreement: No

SSE (formerly Scottish and Southern Energy) is the parent company for Atlantic, Scottish Hydro, Southern Electric and SWALEC.

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Together Energy
Together Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

It all started two years ago when our founders were approached by several large global gas and electricity companies to help enter the UK energy market. We, the founders, spoke passionately about creating a market identity centred around the needs of the customer.  We spoke about creating a price-competitive product that offered a premium service […]

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toto
Toto Energy
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Toto Energy: We’re on a mission to save you money on your energy At TOTO we believe in smarter prices, so we buy gas and electricity at wholesale cost and we run a tight ship. After all, why should you pay more? By switching your gas / electricity to us you could save over £250 […]

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Utilita
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Utilita is the leading supplier of prepayment pay-as-you-go energy in Great Britain using smart meters.

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Utility Warehouse
Commercial Agreement: No

Utility Warehouse provides over 400,000 homes and small businesses throughout the UK with Home Phone, Mobiles, Broadband, Gas and Electricity.

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Zebra
Zebra Power
Commercial Agreement: Yes

Zebra Power is a new independent energy supplier. Our aim is to offer competitive consumer prices backed by an exceptional customer service. We have realised just how complex the Energy Market can appear to the Domestic Consumer… At Zebra Power we believe that all things energy should be in simple black and white terms with […]

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