Campaign boosts switching…you could save £312.00

A government campaign to encourage switching has seen a dramatic increase in the number of consumers changing energy supplier compared with the same period last year. An 80% increase in switches compared with the same period last year; a total of 130,000 switches in the past month. That’s a 193% increase in total consumer savings equal to £38 million or an average £312 saving for a dual fuel...
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Perhaps the reason we aren’t switching energy supplier is we think they are all the same?

The CMA is suggested the energy competition is weakening. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has offered the first clues as to where its energy sector investigation will focus. Although no conclusions have been reached, the investigators compared the average standard variable tariff against forward-looking costs in its initial work. It pointed out in its statement that the gap between...
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So did you switch supplier as a result of ‘The Power to Switch’ campaign?

If you have you are more likely to have opted to use a new market entrant than one of the Big Six. Only 24 per cent of energy consumers considering a switch say they would move to one of the big six suppliers, a survey by Ernst & Young has revealed. In contrast, 37 per cent would choose to move to an independent energy supplier. The survey of 2,000 consumers showed that 24 per cent have...
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Have you seen The Power to Switch campaign?

The government is looking to encourage the nation to switch supplier and collectively save £2.7 billion in the process. The Power to Switch campaign, launched this week by energy and climate change secretary Ed Davey, will run for four weeks, with national, regional and online advertising informing people they can save an average of £200 a year. Visit www.BeAnEnergy- Shopper.com to learn more...
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You can change your energy supplier the next day…

It’s on the wish list of Ofgem in 2019 but at the same time as this came to light, Energy UK data published its figures that demonstrate that we all lost he switching habit in January. As households switching their electricity supplier fell by a third in January 2015 compared with December 2014. Still that is 211,000 of us of 56,000 moved to independent suppliers.  (Source Utility Week)
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