Satisfyingly simple

We believe in a straightforward approach to energy with customer service you can rely on.

Switching really is as easy as 1, 2, 3...

1. Get a quote

Get a quote and see why it makes sense to switch.

2. Sign up

Sign up to the Fix & Reward tariff online or call us on 0800 088 4127*. We'll take care of the rest.

3. Link your account

Don't forget to provide your Nectar account number to collect your points.

Get your quote

Stay in charge of your energy online

Reap the rewards of having energy at your fingertips.

  • Manage your account online or make life even simpler with our mobile app.

  • Keep an eye on how much energy you're using and when, with all the information you need to hand 24/7.

  • Compare your energy use with previous days, weeks or months, and check estimated use for the future.

  • See if your direct debit amount reflects what you're using. If not, just change it through the app.

  • Send meter readings in seconds with the app, enter them regularly to keep your bills more accurate.

  • Receive the kind of customer service you deserve through our UK-based contact centre.

Frequently asked questions

What is a fixed monthly payment?

We give you fixed payments with our Fix & Reward tariff, meaning you'll pay the same amount every month. But it's worth bearing in mind that if you start using more energy, the amount you pay us will increase, even though the price per unit stays the same

Does Sainsbury's Energy supply gas?

Yes, you can join us as a dual fuel (gas and electricity), electricity only, or gas only (single fuel gas is only available via the call centre) customer. Click here or call 0800 088 4127* for a quote.

Can I cancel before the end of my fixed term?

You can cancel your fixed price energy plan at any time but exit fees of £30 per fuel may apply.

Is the electricity from renewable sources?

Sainsbury's Energy will, subject to availability, match 100% of the normal electricity units that you use and feed the same amount, generated by renewable sources, back into the National Grid. Beyond this, there are currently no additional environmental benefits to this tariff.