Residents are being reminded not to miss their chance to cut their utility bills and save money with the Cambridgeshire Energy Switch scheme.

The Cambridgeshire Energy Switch has already taken place in February and June this year and has seen over 480 households switch their energy supplier and save an average of £207 each per year per household. That’s a total collective saving of over £100,000 for Cambridgeshire residents.

Now residents have until October 13 to take advantage of the opportunity to make these savings with the scheme. The more residents that sign up the better the deals are likely to be.

For residents that want help with registration or do not have access to the internet there are opportunities to attend a ‘bring your bill’ session at Huntingdon Library on October 8 or Ely Library on October 9.

The Cambridgeshire Energy Switch Scheme is being supported by Cambridgeshire County Council to use the collective bargaining power of residents to bid for better prices for electricity and gas to save households money. Energy suppliers are given an opportunity to offer the collective group of residents a deal to provide their electricity and/or gas. The service is completely free of charge and there is no obligation to accept an offer.

Anyone wishing to sign up or find out more should log onto www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/switch or contact Cambridgeshire County Council via  [email protected] or call 01223 507164.

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