Switch Energy Supplier

If you’re looking for ways to save money around the home, switching energy supplier is one of the best places to start. Many people avoid switching, because they think the process will be long and complicated, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Switching is quick, easy and could save you hundreds of pounds each year on your household bills.

Get a quote and see how much you can save

Is it difficult to switch energy supplier?

Despite what many people may think, switching energy supplier is surprisingly easy. All you need is your postcode and a copy of your latest energy bill and we’ll handle the rest. No need to get in touch with your existing supplier to let them know you’re switching, we’ll take care of that.

How long does it take to switch energy supplier?

The entire switching process will usually take between four and six weeks. This includes your mandatory ‘cooling off’ period, where you can cancel the switch if you change your mind. We’ll provide you with updates along the way and let you know when the switch is complete.

How do I know which energy tariff is right for me?

There are a number of factors you need to take into account when trying to decide which energy tariff is right for you. It may be that you’re just looking for the cheapest tariff available, or an environmentally-friendly tariff, or maybe you’re looking for a flexible tariff that you can leave at any time.

At Co-operative Energy, we offer a number of different energy tariffs, including electricity only and dual fuel tariffs, so you can be sure to find the right one for you. Lots of energy suppliers will offer cheap rates early on, but these prices will skyrocket once the deal runs out. At Co-operative Energy, we promise to offer fair prices throughout your contract, not just at the beginning.

You can compare prices and get a quote using our handy comparison tool in just 3 minutes.

What do I do if I’m moving home?

When you’re moving home, you might want to switch energy suppliers to make sure you’re getting the best deal for your new property. At Co-operative Energy, we want to help make your move as easy as possible, which is why we’ve put together a special Moving Home page, which is full of useful information about how to organise your bills and what to do when moving home.

Find out what to do when moving home

Step 1 - Sign up

Sign up online and see how much you could save by switching. Or, you can give one of our team a call on 0800 093 7511or 01926 516152.

We’re open from 8am-8pm Monday to Friday and 9am-4pm on Saturday.

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Step 2 - Receive your welcome letter

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Within a few days of signing up, we’ll send you a welcome letter by email or post (depending on which option you chose).

After a mandatory ‘cooling off’ period, we’ll get in touch with your existing supplier and let them know you’re switching to us. We’ll then agree a switchover date with your current supplier – usually four to six weeks from when you signed up.

Step 3 - Provide a meter reading

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When your switchover date arrives, we’ll ask you to provide us with a meter reading. This is so we can calculate your energy consumption from the date you switched over to us. We’ll also send this on to your previous supplier so they can provide your final bill.

To give us your meter reading, just give us a call on 0800 954 0693 or 01926 516152.

Congratulations, you’re all switched over!

Step 4 - We collect your first payment

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We’ll collect your first Direct Debit payment soon after your switchover date and send you quarterly statements after that.

At Co-operative Energy, not only do we offer great value for money but we’re also one of the only energy suppliers who put principles before profit. Not only do we pride ourselves on always offering fair prices, but make sure we’re doing our bit to help combat climate change too.

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Within a few days of signing up, we’ll send you a welcome letter by email or post (depending on which option you chose).

After a mandatory ‘cooling off’ period, we’ll get in touch with your existing supplier and let them know you’re switching to us. We’ll then agree a switchover date with your current supplier – usually four to six weeks from when you signed up.