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Since the 1990’s when electricity was privatised, the UK has been split into 14 energy regions. Each region has an incumbent gas supplier and an incumbent electricity supplier. These incumbent suppliers are effectively the default energy suppliers for each region.
British Gas are the incumbent gas supplier for the whole of the UK.
The South East area is made up of three different energy regions, and as such, there are three different incumbent electricity suppliers.
Southern (e.g. Oxford, Southampton, Portsmouth) - SSE
Eastern (e.g. Milton Keynes) – E.ON
Seeboard (e.g. Brighton) - EDF
If you have never switched your gas or electricity then there is a good chance you are with the incumbent suppliers for your region and also on their ‘standard’ tariff - which is generally their most expensive tariff.
If you find you are on your supplier’s standard tariff, then you are probably paying much more than you need to for your energy bills and you should look to act swiftly to change to a better deal. There are no termination fees for standard tariffs so you will be able to move to a cheaper provider penalty free. Check the table below to compare the best deals in your area.
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Latest supplier prices change: 24 March 2016Price updates