Extra week to cut your energy bills

Published on: Monday, 23-March-2015

A scheme which could save you money on your energy bills has been extended for an extra week.

That means you have until Monday 30 March to sign up to the Collective Switch scheme.

The Switch Together, Save Together scheme is organised by local charity, Energy Projects Plus, and is backed by Knowsley Council, alongside the other Merseyside local authorities.
The last Merseyside Collective Switch took place in September and saved residents an average of £203 a year, with the top saver saving £825 a year.

Collective switching works by asking people to register their interest, then using 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 Merseyside Collective Switch have attracted exclusive offers from E.on, British Gas, Npower, Scottish Power, The Co-operative Energy and Good Energy and have included tariffs for direct debit, payment on receipt of bill and prepayment customers. The last two collectives have included deals that were the cheapest on the market and only available to those who registered.

So far, over £424,000 has been saved by Merseyside householders switching their tariff through the Merseyside Collective Switch, and £23,000 has been saved by Knowsley residents alone.

Register today to hear about the exclusive deals.

You can join the collective switch online or by calling the local Save Energy Advice Line on freephone 0800 043 0151, where you can also get free and impartial help and advice about saving energy at home.