Great resource, many thanks.
The problem I’m facing is trying to understand whether the meters I’ve got (I run a few properties where I pay the energy bills) are compatible with E10, and therefore whether I can just switch to iSupplyEnergy, or whether I have to first switch to someone who will fit a new meter.
So far, Co-Operative Energy have told me they don’t do E10 any more, and Eon (one of my existing suppliers) have said that the existing meter isn’t compatible, but that they can’t give me an E10 quote until an E10 meter is installed, which will cost £65. They genuinely don’t seem to think that this is a bit back to front…
So, my quest continues, but in the meantime, I take my hat off to you for actually getting rates from any of them!