Worcestershire Energy Switch scheme delivers savings for residents

Worcestershire Energy Switch
The scheme, being run by Worcestershire County Council with partner iChoosr , is open to all people in the county, enabling them to get a better deal on their energy.
Published Friday, 3rd November 2017

Residents who registered for the Worcestershire Energy Switch could save an average of £182 on their annual energy bill by switching their supplier.

Residents who registered for the Worcestershire Energy Switch could save an average of £182 on their annual energy bill by switching their supplier.

The scheme, being run by Worcestershire County Council with partner iChoosr , is open to all people in the county, enabling them to get a better deal on their energy.

The winners of the auction, SSE and Boost Energy, will offer a range of contracts to residents.

The cheapest Big 6 open market fixed tariff at the auction, the SSE tariff, is not available direct from the suppliers or via price comparison services..

It is an exclusive offer for those residents who have registered for the Collective Energy switch. 

SSE is currently ranked number one for customer service by Citizens Advice with 5 out of 5 stars for ease of switching and contact.

Councillor Tony Miller, Cabinet Member for the Environment, said: 

"In Worcestershire, 556 households have registered so far which means they could all benefit from lower bills."

"Now is the ideal time for residents to sign up, especially those on standard tariffs. Residents should see if they could secure a good rate for the year ahead to protect against price rises."

Households in Worcestershire who haven’t yet signed up are still able to access the exclusive deal secured through the collective by simply signing up via the website today. They can do this right up until the offer expires on 28th November 2017. There is no obligation to switch provider. 
Customers with questions about their offer can contact the iChoosr helpline 0800 048 8285

To register and see if you could save on your energy bills visit www.worcestershire.gov.uk/energyswitch