Only days left for Halton householders to join collective switch and cut fuel bills

Save money on your energy bills through a collective switch

Save money on your energy bills through a collective switch

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HALTON householders have another chance to save on their energy bills.

Residents are invited to join The Switch Together, Save Together scheme, organised by local charity, Energy Projects Plus and the Merseyside local authorities.

It aims to reduce people’s energy bills by using collective buying power to negotiate cheaper tariffs from energy suppliers.

Householders have until Monday, September 8 to register to take part in this latest scheme.

The exclusive winning tariffs will then be announced.

Those who register will receive information about the winning tariffs as well as other tariffs on the market, and they will be able to see how much they could save by switching.

The winning tariffs are only available to those who register, so join them today to find out how much you could save.

The Switch Together, Save Together scheme is organised by local charity, Energy Projects Plus, together with the six Merseyside local authorities.

It aims to reduce people’s energy bills by using collective buying power to negotiate cheaper tariffs from energy suppliers.

The last Merseyside Collective Switch in March saved residents an average of £212 a year on their energy bills. The highest saving was £933.

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Anyone can join the collective switch, regardless of current supplier or payment methods.

The scheme aims to make it safer and easier to switch supplier, and advisors are on hand to offer free and impartial help every step of the way.

It’s free to join and there is no obligation to switch.

You can join the collective switch by registering online at LCRenergyswitch.co.uk or by calling the local Save Energy Advice Line on freephone 0800 043 0151, where residents can also get free and impartial help and advice about saving energy at home

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