The results are in for Together Energy.. and your Energy Provider scored

3 out of 5

Uh-uh. That’s not good … so what can you do?

Switching your money to a different provider could help fund new renewable energy projects, and strip fossil fuel providers of the cash they need to operate. Click below to discover the best climate-friendly alternatives for you.

Great news! We found 5 switch-worthy Energy Providers for you:

Energy providers can’t buy space on our site. We recommend providers based on our strict internal standards for reducing the investment in fossil fuels.

  • Dual Fuel Offering
  • PAYG Offering (Limited to Offline)
  1. Green Gas (Not Offset in Most Cases)
  • No Exit Fees
  1. In Person Payment (via your Bank or PayPoint)
  2. Direct Debit Discount
  • Account Management (Phone, Mobile, and Online)
  • Mobile App (Account Management Only)
  • Electric Vehicle Tariffs* (Yes. Includes free smart metre installation. Est cost of charging car offpeak: 1.06p/mile)
  1. Home Care Offering (Charged Separate)

Customer Service Average Waiting Time: 2:28

Trustpilot rating (out of 5) – 3.6

  • Dual Fuel Offering
  1. PAYG Offering
  2. Green Gas (Not Renewable or Offset)
  3. No Exit Fees (Up to £60)
  • In Person Payment (via your Bank or PayPoint)
  1. Direct Debit Discount
  • Account Management (Phone, Mobile, and Online)
  • Mobile App (Account Management & Energy Monitoring)
  • Electric Vehicle Tariffs* (Yes. Includes free smart metre installation. Est cost of charging car offpeak: 1.1p/mile)
  • Home Care Offering (Charged Separate)

Customer Service Average Waiting Time: 2:28

Trustpilot rating (out of 5) – 3.6

  • Dual Fuel Offering
  • PAYG Offering
  • Green Gas (10% renewable, 90% carbon offset.)
  1. No Exit Fees (Up to £40)
  • In Person Payment (via the Post Office or Payzone location)
  • Direct Debit Discount
  • Account Management (Phone, Mobile, and Online)
  • Mobile App (Account Management & Energy Monitoring)
  • Electric Vehicle Tariffs* (Yes, but not as part of its Green Future tariff options)
  • Home Care Offering (Charged Separately)

Customer Service Average Waiting Time: 23:32

Trustpilot rating (out of 5) – 3.0

  • Dual Fuel Offering
  • PAYG Offering
  • Green Gas (10% renewable, 90% carbon offset.)
  • No Exit Fees
  1. In Person Payment (via the Post Office)
  • Direct Debit Discount
  • Account Management (Phone, Mobile, and Online)
  • Mobile App (Account Management Only)
  • Electric Vehicle Tariffs* (Free smart metre installation. Est. cost of charging car offpeak: 1.06p – 1.49p/mile)
  1. Home Care Offering

Customer Service Average Waiting Time: 4:28

Trustpilot rating (out of 5) – 4.4

  • Dual Fuel Offering
  • PAYG Offering
  • Green Gas (4% renewable, 96% carbon offset)
  • No Exit Fees
  • In Person Payment (via the Post Office)
  1. Direct Debit Discount
  • Account Management (Phone, Mobile, and Online)
  • Mobile App (Account Management Only)
  • Electric Vehicle Tariffs* (Yes. Free smart metre installation. Est cost of charging car offpeak: 2.45p/mile)
  1. Home Care Offering

Customer Service Average Waiting Time: 14:06

Trustpilot rating (out of 5) – 4.5

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