How to switch to first:utility
Unhappy with your current home energy supplier? Think you could be getting a better deal elsewhere? It’s time to find out if switching is right for you.
- By switching electricity companies, you could save money on your household energy bills
- Lots of people switch electricity and gas supplier every day to gain home energy savings
- First Utility makes switching simple
What happens next?
- All you have to do is check our prices for your region by clicking the 'show prices' button below.
- We aim to be extremely competitive with our prices and are confident that you will save money on your home electricity when you switch to one of our tariffs.
- Applying online to switch electricity is simple; just follow the link at the top of our website.
* Customers switching both gas and electricity at www.first-utility.com between 1st March 2014 and 22nd June 2014 are projected to save an average of £213 per year.
** The price promise relates to the following competitor tariffs (or any replacement tariffs as that company's Standard Tariff): British Gas - Clear and Simple, E.ON - Energy Plan, Scottish Power - Standard, npower - Standard no standing charge, EDF - Standard (Variable), SSE - Standard Energy, in each case as offered directly by the relevant company with a Direct Debit payment method and paperless billing. On a weekly basis we will compare the prices of this tariff against those listed above. The calculation will be based on average usage of 3,200kWh of electricity and 13,500kWh of gas on a national basis. If the cheapest average bill value based on average usage on a national basis of any of these tariffs falls below ours, then we will reduce our tariff to be lower than that average bill value within 60 days of your next Billing Cycle. These tariff comparisons will be listed on our website. National means “The Non-Exclusive Appointed Area” that shall mean any geographical area in mainland Great Britain.
***Average annual bill based on average usage of 3,200 kWh of electricity and 13,500 kWh of gas on a national basis.