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uSwitch is a free, independent price comparison service that helps consumers compare gas and compare electricity prices and switch energy supplier to save money.

Will my gas or electricity supply get cut-off during switching?
No. You'll still be receiving your energy through the same pipes and cables so there won't be any an interruption to your electricity or gas supply, or any need to dig up the road. Only the company that provides your gas bills or electricity bills will change. Or, if you compare gas and electricity, your dual fuel bills will change.

How do I compare gas and compare electricity prices?
Start by entering your postcode on our site and follow the instructions on-screen to compare energy prices, or just gas or electricity. We'll provide you with a list of suppliers and how much you could save.

But I just want to compare cheap electricity prices or cheap gas prices.
There's no one cheap provider for everyone. We will help you find the best energy deals in your area, but we need your basic information to provide an accurate energy comparison.

What happens once I've switched energy?
uSwitch is a free service that handles the switching process for you. Once you've completed your energy switch, your new energy supplier will contact your old supplier and agree a switching date. You will then receive a welcome pack and letter from your new gas & electricity supplier. This will outline what you've agreed to, and tell you what happens next. There won't be any interruption in your gas and electricity supply.
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What do I need to get started?
Your postcode and your latest gas and electricity bill. Having your latest energy bill will help you give us accurate information about your gas and electricity usage.

Don't worry if you don't have one handy though – we can work out your gas and electricity usage by asking a few extra questions.

Can I trust uSwitch?
Yes, we're the best at comparing energy prices, but don't just take our word for it. Since 2006 uSwitch has been fully accredited by the Ofgem Confidence Code. With many energy comparison sites to choose from, uSwitch has been one of the longest standing signatories to the Ofgem code, and a primary contributor to achieving gas and electricity pricing transparency.

How does uSwitch make money?
uSwitch has commercial arrangements in place with some suppliers across all our services, including energy. We charge suppliers a fee when we switch customers to them, which means we can provide consumers with a free service.  Find out more

Will electricity prices rise in 2018?
It is very likely that some of the energy providers will raise their prices in 2018. Electricity prices did rise in 2017 and there is little to suggest that this trend won't continue into 2018. Comparing gas and electricity prices is always a good idea to make sure you're on the best possible deal.

Energy regulator Ofgem says they are working to help create conditions that make the market more competitive, and therefore encourage suppliers to lower their prices, but often loyalty doesn't pay with most energy suppliers, so it's a good idea to switch energy.

Where are my electricity meters?
Depending on the design of your home, your electricity meter could be in a few different places. For some houses, the electricity meter might be found in a cupboard under the stairs or in a compartment in a laundry room, for example. In some cases it will be found on the side or back of the house, outside.

If you live in an apartment building, then the electricity meter might be found down the hallway inside your building, in its own locked cupboard. The location of an electricity meter varies from home to home, but if you do a little searching around, you will find it.

If you are trying to get a reading of your electricity meter, then use our guide to help you understand the different kinds of meters and how to read them.

How do I take an electricity meter reading?
Taking an electricity meter reading will vary depending on what kind of meter you have at home, as each one displays the information differently. There are five main types of electric meters:
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"Conservation and Development of all the natural resources and tree growth on sustainable basis for present and future generation."

To increase density of open and degraded forest to convert them as dense forests.
To improve grassland areas and maximise the grass production to satisfy peoples need.
Control and regulate the sustainable utilization of forest resources.
Provide livelihood opportunity to forest dependent communities and slowly make them independent of forests.
To practice socially-inclusive forestry and solicit co-operation and participation of the people and other stakeholders in greening the states.
To protect, conserve and enhance the wildlife and remnant biodiversity resources of the state by developing a suitable protected area network.
To promote non timber uses of forests such as Eco-tourism, Non-Timber Forest Produce, Medicinal Plants and Biodiversity.
To carry awareness on importance of forest and wildlife conservation for the purpose of creating a balanced and accountable population.
To ensure protection and expansion of Mangroves, sacred groves and other highly sensitive eco-systems.
To dissolve the issues of man-animal conflict.
To use modern technologies and scientific knowledge for practicing sustainable forest management.
To effort in direction of mitigating the climate change.

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