Are You Paying Too Much For Your Energy?

“There are millions of customers paying too much for their energy bills – but they don’t have to.”

Roger Witcomb — Chairman of the energy market investigation*

A year-long investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has found that millions of energy customers have been paying too much for their energy.

  • Electricity prices have risen by around 75% and gas prices by around 125% in the last 10 years
  • The average household is now spending about £1,200 on energy each year.
  • 34% have never considered switching provider.

The CMA report found that duel fuel customers could save an average of £160 a year by switching to a better deal, which represents a massive £2 Billion if everyone switched.


How can I save on my energy?

Health Service Discounts have partnered with energyhelpline to run The Big NHS Energy Switch bringing together thousands of NHS employees, family and friends into one collective savings group. With the buying power of the group we have been able to negotiate several exclusive tariffs offering savings of up to £407^ on the typical energy bill.

To get your personalised quotation, click here and we’ll show you exactly how much you can save.

If you choose to switch, it’s easy. Click on the deal you’re interested in and energyhelpline will take it from there. But don’t wait too long—these NHS exclusive offers expire on 27 July

Your Health Service discounts Energy Savings Team

Latest update: On 15 July British Gas announced that they will be dropping prices 5% from 27 August saving an average customer £35/year. Sounds great but in many cases comparing can still save you money especially with our exclusive collective deals.



^Savings above calculated against the latest OFGEM Supply Market Indicator for average UK home energy bills published 30 April 2015. UK average dual fuel bill for next year calculated as £1,292 a year. Average electricity only bill £603 a year. All figures above are for an average usage home consuming 13,500 kWh of gas and 3,200 kWh of electricity per year.

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