About Scott Byrom

Scott has worked in the energy market since 2006. He worked for MoneySupermarket as utilities channel manager between 2006 and 2012 helping to launch their energy comparison service as well as leading the launch of "Cheap Energy Club" for MoneySavingExpert after the Martin Lewis website was acquired by MoneySupermarket in 2012. Following that, he worked for business energy brokers 'Make It Cheaper' (now Bionic) managing their domestic energy website - UKPower.co.uk between 2012 and 2016.

Visit Scott's LinkedIn profile for a full breakdown of his experience in the energy sector.

In the media

Over the years Scott has helped to reshape the energy sector including presenting the concept to Government of QR Codes to be printed on energy bills to make it easier for consumers to compare energy prices accurately.

He is a regular commentator on all things energy, often appearing in mainstream newspapers as well as on Sky News, BBC News, Watchdog and Your Money. A full list of publications Scott has been featured on as an energy expert is shown below.

Scott Byrom featured on Sky News
Scott Byrom featured on Sky News

Commenting on joining The Energy Shop in August 2019, Scott said "I'm delighted to be joining up with The Energy Shop. They are the founding member of the Ofgem 'Confidence Code' and Joe and the team have done a great job over the years to grow a brand that is both well-known and well-respected in the energy market. The Energy Shop is a true expert in the field and I'm incredibly excited to take the business forward and continue to fight for consumers to get a better deal on their home energy."

Featured In

The Times - Should standing charges on energy bills be abolished?

Birmingham Live - Everything we know as energy bills fall by £150 - but families will still pay more

iNews - Slash hidden charge adding £300 to gas and electricity bills for prepayment customers, Government told

Independent - How much more will consumers pay if their energy provider goes bust?

Daily Mail - Fixed-rate energy deals are set to break £3,000 barrier as Ofgem warns of a 'significant' increase in bills due to 'unprecedented' rise in wholesale gas prices

BBC - Five items that are going up in price and why

Your Money - Households have been sparked into taking action to combat the rising cost of energy, as a Southern Energy hikes up its gas and electricity prices.

BBC Watchdog - How to save £250 per year on your energy bill


Scott Byrom on BBC News
Scott Byrom on BBC News


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