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Switching to a better energy deal today could save you up to £336* a year.

You’ll never be without gas/electricity when switching energy suppliers and there hasn’t been a quicker or easier time to scan the entire market to see how much you could save.

Whether you are looking for greener energy, better customer service or simply some extra pounds in your pocket – find your perfect deal today.

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  • Get quotes online in minutes
  • Save £336* on your energy
  • Never lose your gas/electricity supply when switching
  • Apply to switch today

How it works


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Enter a few basic details and we’ll show you what you could save by switching to a new deal. 5 minutes


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Once you see how much you can save, pick the best deal and apply to switch online. 5 minutes


Relax and save

Your new supplier will take care of everything. You just need to provide meter readings. Around 21 days

*10% of people who applied to switch through Rest Less in July and August 2020 could have saved £336 on their energy bills

Not sure about switching energy provider?

At its core, Rest Less was set up to help it’s members navigate both the joys and complexities of life over 50. Finding quick and easy ways to help our members save money is one part of that.

Energy bills are one of the biggest monthly household expenses for our members, and yet many people pay significantly more than they need to, for the same gas and electricity, coming through the same pipes and wires.

That’s why we’ve invested in market-leading technology to make it quick and easy for you to search the market and switch to a better deal. We want to get money back in your pocket rather than leaving it with the energy companies.

It’ll take you just 5 minutes to compare prices, if only to get peace of mind that you’re not overpaying.

Here are a few reasons why now is a great time to see how much you could save...

1. Energy prices are at a three-year low

Falling oil prices in the last month or so have resulted in lower wholesale energy costs, which has led to suppliers launching some of the most competitive energy deals ever seen. This is great news for households, but these deals are unlikely to last forever, so it’s worth taking advantage while you can.

Consider locking in a fantastic deal ahead of the winter rush.

2. We’re using more energy than usual

Even though our energy consumption usually falls during the spring and summer months, the fact that most of us are now working from home means we are likely to be using more electricity than usual. Energy costs could rise for some as a result, so it’s vital to try and keep costs to a minimum by moving to the cheapest possible tariff.

3. You can easily beat the energy price cap

In January last year, Ofgem implemented a cap on the price of default tariffs to protect consumers who don’t switch suppliers from overpaying for their energy.

The default tariff – otherwise known as the standard tariff – is the tariff you usually roll onto automatically when any special energy deal you signed up for finishes. It tends to be much more expensive than other tariffs.

The price cap limits the amount suppliers can charge for this tariff and is updated twice a year. On April 1, it fell by just £17, so that the maximum that a typical dual-fuel household (who gets their gas and electricity from the same supplier) will pay is £1,127 a year.

Whilst this might feel like you don’t need to do anything to benefit, the reality is that it’s VERY easy to beat the price cap by moving, so if you’re currently on a default tariff you should move as soon as you can.

4. More than 100 fixed tariffs are ending soon

If you signed up to a fixed energy tariff a while ago, your tariff could be about to finish. When it does, you’ll usually roll straight onto your supplier’s expensive default tariff.

Fixed energy tariffs mean that the unit prices for your gas and electricity won’t change for a set period of time, providing peace of mind that you won’t be hit by any sudden price rises. However, unless you switch when your fixed tariff ends, you might end up paying much more than you currently are for your energy.

Why not see how much you could save?