Local council to help residents save money on energy bills
Saving on energy and cutting costs is on everyone’s mind these days, and Blackpool Council is trying to help residents in the area concerned with energy prices by offering them the possibility of joining a collective energy switching scheme.
“Ready to Switch?” is a collective energy switching scheme which combines residents’ buying power to negotiate cheaper energy prices. Similar to all of the other collective energy schemes around the UK, this initiative will allow residents to register their interest, with energy suppliers bidding to provide the best tariff to the group.
The most competitive deal will be selected and households will receive a personalised energy offer.
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