The Cambridgeshire Energy Switch is a scheme where residents can sign up to receive cheaper energy tariffs. Many people are paying too much for their gas and electricity and haven’t changed suppliers in years, if at all. Join the Cambridgeshire Energy Switch scheme today to see if you can secure a better energy deal for the year ahead.
Over 400 households signed up through Cambridgeshire County Council for the last auction that took place in February 2018. Those who chose to accept their offers were able to save an average of £167.23 per year without changing their energy usage.
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.
How does it work?
The Cambridgeshire Energy Switch held an online energy auction on Tuesday 9 October 2018. The winning supplier for this auction is E.ON, who came in with the lowest fuel tariff offer.
Now that the auction has taken place, registration has re-opened. Registering for the scheme only takes five minutes, and give you the opportunity to access the energy offers resulting from the auction.
From Monday 22 October 2018, you will receive your personal offer which shows how much money you could save by switching. You have until 27 November 2018 to decide if you want to accept this offer. If you don’t want to switch, that’s no problem. If you do, iChooser - the UK's leading expert in energy switching, will take care of the entire switching process for you.