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Published: 17/08/2016   Last Updated: 17/08/2016  
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It seems odd to start thinking about saving money on energy at this time of year, especially when it’s so hot, but thinking ahead when we will probably need to start putting the heating on in September makes sense.

If you are still with one of the six main energy giants it might be time to consider changing to a smaller supplier – at least two million people in the UK have done this and they are already benefiting from reduced energy bills - £200 per year according to the Mail on Sunday.

The UK’s six largest energy suppliers are npower, SSE, EDF, E.On, Scottish Power and British Gas – they hold a 95% market share in energy, however this is set to change over the next few years as savvy homeowners change to smaller independent suppliers.

The UK’s six big suppliers are npower, SSE, EDF, E.ON, Scottish Power and British Gas, and they currently have a market share of 95%, however this is expected to change over the next few years, as savvy homeowners change to smaller independent suppliers.

Among some of the smaller suppliers are better energy, Bristol energy, bulb, daligas, green energy, Sainsbury’s energy, the Utility Wearhouse and several more. If you check out USwitch.com they offer a tariff calculator where you can put in your postcode to find out how much money you can save by moving to a smaller supplier http://www.uswitch.com/gas-electricity/suppliers/