Residents urged to switch together, to save together

Find out how you could save on the cost of your electricity and gas, with the Merseyside Collective Switch. Sign up before 8 September to be a part of it.

Liverpool City Council is proud to be part of the Merseyside Collective Switch – helping residents save £s on their electricity and gas bills. 

Set up in 2013, it is one of the longest running local authority Collective Switches in the country.

Delivered by charity Energy Projects Plus, in partnership with Liverpool City Council and the other local authorities in the City Region, it has helped local people save a whopping £1.5 million on their energy bills, to date.

And with Ofgem announcing an increase to the energy price cap of £139 from 1 October, there’s never been a better time to switch to a better deal.

Collective switching works by using the power of the group to negotiate cheaper tariffs from suppliers.

The Switch’s winning tariffs are often the cheapest on the market and are available exclusively to its members.

Anyone can join, it’s free and there is no obligation to switch if you don’t want to.

Previous winning deals have included suppliers such as British Gas, E.on, SSE and EDF Energy, as well as Ovo and Green Energy.

The Merseyside Collective Switch also includes a full market comparison, so if the winning deals aren’t right for you, you can find one that is.

As exclusive offers are only available to members, you need to register by 8 September to take part. Once registered, you can access exclusive offers time and time again.

Registration is free and your data is only used to provide you with information about the winning tariffs.

Plus, by switching with the Merseyside Collective Switch, you are helping charity Energy Projects Plus to provide vital support to local people living in fuel poverty.

How to join

To join the Collective Switch, please visit or call the Save Energy Advice line for free on 0800 043 0151, where you can also get free and impartial support to reduce your energy bills.

Useful links

Find out more about how Liverpool City Council can help you with energy efficiency measures in your home, Green Home Grants and support if you’re struggling to pay your fuel bills.

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