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Posted on 13th October, 2014 by Lincoln Against Poverty
Kicking yourself for being too late to take advantage of the county energy switch scheme which is already saving cash for thousands of households?
The Lincolnshire Energy Switch scheme is back – so now you could also stand a chance of saving up to £300 on your annual gas and electricity bill.
In previous schemes 4,700 Lincolnshire households have registered to join forces to get better deals from energy suppliers, making the county’s residents one of the biggest groups to tackle the energy companies for better tariffs.
The scheme is easy to join. Before you register, find your energy bill as you will need your current tariff and energy consumption details. Then visit here and register your details. Alternatively you can call on 01529 301990 between 9am and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays). You have until Monday, October 13 to register your interest.
Households are again invited to register for the Lincolnshire Energy Switch scheme, organised by Boston Borough Council, Lincolnshire County Council, West Lindsey District Council, East Lindsey District Council, South Kesteven District Council, North Kesteven District Council, City of Lincoln Council and Community Lincs administered by the UK’s leading collective switching expert, iChoosr Ltd.
In the most recent auction, held in June, the average saving per household to take up their offer was £234.
Once households have registered their interest, the energy suppliers will be invited to compete with their best offers. The scheme is free for households to join and there is no obligation to take up the winning supplier’s tariff offer. All can register, whether you rent your home or own it, whether you are on dual fuel, electric only, pay monthly or quarterly or have a prepayment meter. And you don’t have to live in Lincolnshire. This scheme is open to all in the UK – so let your friends and relatives further afield know about it.