Cambridgeshire County Council has partnered with iChoosr, the UK’s leading expert in collective energy switching, to deliver bespoke and highly competitive energy tariffs. Now is the ideal time for residents, especially those on standard tariffs, to switch. The scheme gives residents the opportunity to join together and use their collective bargaining power to bid for better prices for electricity and gas.
There are many people who are paying far too much for their gas and electricity and haven’t changed suppliers in many years, if ever. Residents are encouraged to register on the Cambridgeshire Energy Switch scheme to see if they can secure a good rate for the year ahead as wholesale energy prices are likely to continue to increase in the coming weeks.
The winners of the auction held on Tuesday 10 October were SSE and Boost.
- SSE has won the Dual Fuel and Electricity Only online and paper billing contracts.
- Boost has won the prepayment contracts.
Individuals will now receive a personal offer, and can then make a decision on whether to switch to the winning supplier.
SSE and Boost will be recommended as the new energy supplier to those who have registered with the scheme.
The rates are exclusive to residents switching through the scheme and are not available direct from the suppliers or via price comparison websites.
There is no obligation for people to accept an offer, but if you do it’s easy and straight forward and the new provider will take care of the whole process.
The registration period for the current round has been extended.
Residents who wish to register online can now do so up until the acceptance deadline of Tuesday 28 November.
Click on the Cambridgeshire Energy Switch logo to sign up!
The deadline to accept the offer is Tuesday 28 November.
This independent collective energy switching scheme is supported by a number of councils across the UK and operated by iChoosr.
If you have any issues registering please contact the helpdesk on 0800 048 8285 which is open Monday - Friday 08.30am - 5.30pm or contact the Energy Investment Unit at Cambridgeshire County Council on 01223 715349.
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