It's easy to switch
Latest figures from First Utility show that people who switch to them from another supplier save an average of £2842 per year.
Get in touch today to find out how much you could save – and remember, no matter which tariff you choose to switch to, First Utility will donate £48 to the NSPCC for the first 2 years that you're with them.
How you'll make a difference
Could buy 5 packs of crayons, to help a child express their feelings when they're unable to find the words. Often, we can see the change from the first drawing to the last - when a child starts drawing rainbows and flowers, we know we've made a difference.
Could answer 5 phone calls to Childline to make sure we're there to listen to children who desperately need our help.
Could pay for a practitioner to deliver 4 hours with a parent or carer through our Baby Steps programme, which supports vulnerable parents cope with the pressures of having a baby.
Other ways to support us
Donate clothes, inkjet cartridges & more
Donate in memory
Other ways to give
1.)Throughout May First Utility will donate to NSPCC (Registered Charity Numbers 216401 & SC037717) for every switch that comes directly through the first-utility.com website. This does not apply to any customers visiting the site through third party links or switching/comparison sites. They will donate £1 per month for each supply (£1 for electricity and £1 for gas) to NSPCC until May 2017.
2.)Customers who registered at first-utility.com to one of their 1, 2, or 3 year fixed term and everyday tariffs between 1st April 2015 and 30th June 2015 saved an average of £284 per year.