As gas and electricity prices continue to increase, families may be considering switching energy provider to reduce their bills.
If this is the case, they may want to shop around on the internet as many energy firms offer cheaper online tariffs as the administration costs are lower.
They can do this by using a price comparison site, such as MoneyExpert.com, to find the best energy deals for them and for information on how to switch energy provider.
One option could be British Gas's EnergySmart tariff, which is available to new dual fuel customers for a limited period.
Anyone who signs up to this scheme will receive 10,000 Nectar points, which can be exchanged at Sainsbury's for discounts on petrol or food as well as days out.
Dual fuel customers could also save up to £150 a year on their energy bills, as the provider is offering some tools that will help reduce a family's energy usage.
These tools include a free electricity monitor, which shows the household how much energy they are using. This can help them stay in control of their energy usage.
Exclusive online tools are also available with this tariff. These include simple graphs that allow a homeowner to track how much energy they are using and how much it will cost.
It will also show the home's past and current bills as well as a prediction for the home's next bill. Brits can also compare their energy usage with other properties in the area.
Another option for Brits looking to switch energy provider could be E.ON Energy as it has teamed up with Tesco.
Tesco Clubcard users can use a £10 Clubcard voucher for a £15 discount on their energy bills from E.ON until August 5th.
If the scheme is a success, it may run for longer.