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MILLIONS of Brits are overpaying on their energy bills when they could easily slash the cost by switching providers.

In fact, about 11million households are stuck on expensive Standard Variable Tariffs (SVTs) and default deals that are more than £300 more expensive than the cheapest deals on the market.

You can save hundreds of pounds a year by switching energy supplier

Luckily, such households will see their energy bills fall by up to £84 a year in October as regulator Ofgem slashes the price cap to £1,042, down from £1,126.

Meanwhile, prepayment meter customers will see their bills fall by £95 a year as this new cap will be set at £1,070 a year, down from £1,164.

Ofgem said this will ensure 15million households continue to pay a fair price for their energy.

But despite millions of households set to benefit, you can save even more money by shopping around for a better deal and then switching.

Yet Brits are reluctant to do so – more than 9million households didn’t change provider once between 2012 and 2017, costing them more than £1,500 over the five years.

There’s no reason to be paying more than you need to – so we’ve pulled together the cheapest energy deals on the market that can save you hundreds of pounds off your annual bill.

The very cheapest deals tend to come from smaller firms looking to build their customer base.

But if you’re worried about leaving one of the large energy companies, you can still save cash by getting them to switch you to a cheaper tariff than the one you’re on now.

The cheapest deals on the market

Below are the 10 cheapest energy deals currently available on the market, courtesy of price comparison site

Remember that these prices are based on an average energy consumption – you could pay more or less depending on how much energy you use and where you live – and based on a customer paying via direct debit.

We’ve also compared the prices of the cheapest deals with the average default tariff after the new price cap comes into effect next month – £1,042 a year – to see how much you could save.

The typical Big Six tariff is currently set at around the current price cap of £1,126.

  • Green – apply here

Tariff: Palm Tree

Average yearly bill cost: £793.72

Potential saving: £248.27

  • Igloo Energy – apply here

Tariff: Igloo Pioneer

Average yearly bill cost: £805.06

Potential saving: £239.94

  • Simplicity Energy – apply here

Tariff: 2020Cabbage

Average yearly bill cost: £822.68

Potential saving: £219.32

  • Avro Energy – apply here

Tariff: Simple and SuperConnect

Average yearly bill cost: £831.58

Potential saving: £210.42

  • London Power – apply here

Tarrif: my london fixed yearly plan

Average yearly cost: £840.41

Potential saving: £201.59

  • Robin Hood Energy – apply here

Tariff: RHE Clean & Green Nottingham Discount

Average yearly bill cost: £844.63

Potential saving: £197.37

  • Outfox the Market – apply here

Tariff: Fix’D 20 14.0

Average yearly bill cost: £853.90

Potential saving: £188.10

  • Together Energy – apply here

Tariff: Green Together Fixed July21

Average yearly bill cost: £855.44

Potential saving: £186.56

  • Tonik Energy – apply here

Tariff: Go Green Fix + Free Boiler Service

Average yearly bill cost: £858.59

Potential saving: £183.41

  • Green Network Energy – apply here

Tariff: GNE Summer Sizzler

Average yearly bill cost: £866.38

Potential saving: £175.62

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