Switch your energy supplier

Due to the ongoing energy market crisis, we currently don't have any fixed electricity and gas tariffs available. 

If you'd like us to let you know when prices come down again, leave us your email address and we'll contact you when it happens. 

Why switch your electricity and gas?

Switching your electricity and gas regularly means you can:

  • Save on your energy bill - fixed tariffs let you budget better although fixed tariffs cost more today, they'll protect you from future price rises.
  • Get the best tariff that suits your needs - best tariff may not necessarily be the cheapest. You may want a deal with boiler cover or smart devices.

If you're not sure about switching your energy provider now, leave us your email address and we'll keep you updated. You can also find out more about what's happening in the energy market

Change your electricity and gas supplier in four easy steps

You can switch your energy provider in four easy steps. Just choose the best energy tariff for you – and we'll do the rest. 

  1. Get a quick quote, choose your tariff and buy online.
  2. We'll talk to your current supplier so you don’t have to.
  3. We'll contact you when we’re ready for your meter reading(s).
  4. We'll let you know when your switch is complete.

Why switch your energy to EDF?

  • Help us meet Britain's Net Zero target - our fixed tariffs are backed by zero-carbon electricity(1)
  • Refer a friend and get £50 - pass this code to your family and friends and get £50 every time they switch energy to EDF.
  • Easy, simple and hassle-free switching - backed by the Energy Switch Guarantee

See what tariffs we offer currently and choose one that's best for your needs. 

Changing suppliers with Energy Switch Guarantee

Energy Switch Guarantee is an agreement between electricity and gas suppliers to make the switching process easier. When you join EDF, we'll handle everything for you. This means:

  • Your energy supply will not be interrupted. All energy providers use the same wires and pipes.
  • The switching service is free and we'll arrange everything. This includes contacting your current provider to let them know you are leaving.
  • The switch won't take longer than 21 days - from the date we receive your application.
  • You can change your mind and cancel within 14 days at no extra cost. 
  • Your old provider will send you a final bill no later than six weeks after the switch. If they owe you any money, they'll refund this to you no later than 14 days after sending you the final bill.

Top five questions about switching energy

Here are the top five questions many of you ask when switching electricity and gas providers. If you'd like to know more, read our handy guide on switching energy suppliers


What do I need to switch energy suppliers?

It's best to have your recent energy bill to hand as that will have all the information you need, including your electricity and/or gas use. If you can't find it, don't worry. As long as you have your:

  • post code
  • name of your current energy supplier and
  • name of the tariff you're on

You'll be all set to compare energy prices. 

Is it worth switching energy providers?

Yes! It's really worth switching your electricity and gas supplier or, at least, having a look at the market on regular basis. When comparing energy prices, it makes sense to also look at other aspects, including: 

  • Does the new tariff have exit fees?
  • Does your current tariff have exit fees?
  • Is the energy low-carbon or renewable?
  • Is the customer service reliable?
  • Can I service my account online?

How long will the switch take?

Your energy switch will complete within 21 days from when we receive your application. 

Can I cancel after I've switched my energy providers?

Yes, of course. You can cancel within 14 days and there's no cost to you. 

Do I need to let my current supplier know I'm leaving?

No, you don't. We'll do that for you. Be sure to give us your meter readings. We'll be in touch with your old supplier to ensure they send you an accurate final bill. 

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