You will need your postcode, you need to know who your current supplier is, and the name of the tariff you are on; this is all available on your bill. If you get stuck email us a copy of your bill and we will fill it out for you.
When you’ve entered your details you can click 'compare now' and see what options are available to you; who the cheapest supplier is, and most importantly, you can see the full range of market options from the big 6 to the little guy.
Choose your supplier based on your preferences and switch.
Ideally, the switch should take no longer than 17 days from the date you arranged to change supplier. This allows for a 14 day “cooling off period” where you can change your mind about switching. This comes after energy regulator Ofgem challenged gas and electricity companies to cut their switching times.
Immediately after you’ve clicked to switch, you will be able to support your chosen community project or charity; from projects locally to supporting families in Africa with a solar panel and charging station; it’s up to you! We can do this because energy suppliers pay a switching fee to “switching sites” which we then pass onto to a charity or community project of choice. So, this means your offers are the same but the switching fee’s (that you didn't know about until now!) which normally go back into the pocket of the switching site, are instead recycled into projects, charities, and communities you want to support!
Ellie is 6 years old and suffers from cerebral palsy in her legs. Ellie’s family have found an operation called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) that can help Ellie to lead a full and active life. This surgery has proven very effective for permanently reducing spasticity in children with cerebral palsy. Unfortunately this operation is not available on the NHS so Ellie and her family need to travel to St Louis in America and will need to raise £45,000 to pay for the operation.
Wings, was founded by a small group of parents of children with special needs. The group is based in Wombourne, South Staffordshire, ad has a growing membership of parents and carers of children and adults with a wide variety of special needs, in the the South Staffs, Dudley and Wolverhamption areas.