Switch now and cut your energy bills

The next round of the Merseyside Collective Switch is now open. Merseyside residents are invited to register their interest and see how much they could save on their energy bills through taking part.

Over 150,000 households have taken part in the Merseyside Collective Switch so far, and over £750,000 has been saved collectively by those who switched. Save up to £214 off your average yearly bill this winter by taking part.

Mr Stan Parker  took part in the collective switch and saved £341 a year on his energy bills. He said: “It was really quick and easy to switch through the Merseyside Collective Switch. I was provided with clear information and support every step of the way and I am thrilled to be saving such a significant amount on my fuel bills”.

The Switch Together, Save Together scheme is organised by local charity, Energy Projects Plus, alongside the six Merseyside local authorities and Viridis.

Collective switching works by asking people to register their interest then uses collective buying power to negotiate an exclusive tariff from energy suppliers. The exclusive tariff is only available to those who register for the collective switch. Previous rounds of the switch have attracted exclusive offers from both the large and smaller suppliers and some tariffs have been the best on the market.

In addition to the Collective Switch offer tariff, participants are welcome to switch to any tariff on the market to find the deal that’s right for them, with tariffs shown against each other for comparison.

The scheme aims to make it easier and safer to switch supplier, and advisors are on hand to offer free and impartial help every step of the way.

Peter Owen, Chief Executive of Energy Projects Plus said “As we hit the colder months, and our energy use increases, now is a great time to check if we are on the tariff best for us. The Collective Switch has been created to make checking as simple and straightforward as possible, with support available at all stages. I would encourage everyone to join in and see how much they could save.”

Residents are invited to register their interest in the collective switch by Sunday 14th February in order to receive information about the exclusive tariffs. It’s free to join, and there is no obligation to switch once the offers are released.

To join the Merseyside Collective Switch simply register online at www.LCRenergyswitch.co.uk or call the local Save Energy Advice Line on Freephone 0800 043 0151, where free and impartial help and advice about saving energy at home is also available.

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