There is still time to take part in Cambridgeshire Energy Switch
We have partnered with iChoosr, the UK's leading expert in collective energy switching, to deliver bespoke and highly competitive energy tariffs. Collective Energy Switching means you benefit from the bargaining power of a large group.
Many people are paying too much for their gas and electricity and haven't changed supplier in years, if at all. They can end up paying far more for their energy bills than they should. iChoosr goes to pre-vet energy suppliers and asks them to underbid each other, with the best priced tariff winning, to ensure you get a competitive offer. The scheme only offers electricity from renewable sources.
Taking part in the Cambridgeshire Energy Switch is free and without obligation. The more people that participate in the scheme, the more likely people will be able to achieve cheaper energy prices and better deals. The energy tariff offer is exclusive to residents switching through the scheme and iChoosr will handle the entire switching process for you. The average household can save £254 on their bills.
This is part of a nationwide Collective Switching scheme, bringing together thousands of people from across the country looking for a better energy price. Last year, over 178,000 people registered across the country, saving switchers over £5.5 million.
Winners of October auction
The October 2020 auction took place on 6 October and was the first auction where all suppliers were only bidding with 100% renewable electricity tariffs. The winners of the auction were:
- So Energy - a London based supplier of gas and electricity. Founded in 2015, they are a relatively new 100% renewable electricity supplier offering tariffs targeted at customers who want to pay their bills by monthly direct debit.
- SSE - formed in 1998 following a merger between Southern Electric and Scottish Hydro-Electric. Now one of the largest suppliers of gas and electricity to homes in the UK.
- E.ON - also one of the largest suppliers of gas and electricity to homes in the UK, with around 3.8 million customers.
For those who have already signed up, offers will be sent out from 19 October and you have until 17 November 2020 to make a decision.
You can keep signing up until 17 November 2020.
Further information can be found on the Big Community Switch website.
Who can participate
Participation is open to all residents as well as small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the United Kingdom. As our service switches your energy supplier, we require to get the bill payer to sign up. The easiest way to sign up is with our short, quick and easy online registration.