Last Chance to Save Up to £200 on York Energy Bills
10:40am 11th February 2014
More than 500 residents signed up City of York Council is reminding people there is only one week left to sign up to a free service which could lead to savings of up to £200 on their gas and electricity bills.
The council has partnered with energy switching expert’s iChoosr to make it easy and simple for residents to consider switching their energy tariffs. Residents have until Monday 17 February to register to be part of the deal.
Anyone who pays a household energy bill in York can sign up by following four easy steps:
Step 1) Anyone who pays a household energy bill and who is interested in saving money by switching energy suppliers can register for free. Registration is easy but they will need a copy of their recent energy bill to complete the process.
Step 2) Registration closes on the 17 February 2014 and then the council’s switching partner iChoosr will gather everyone who has registered together and invite energy companies to offer their best prices for energy to everyone in the scheme.
Step 3) Residents will receive tailored details on the new tariff offer secured by the scheme from 28 February 2014. They will also see exactly how much money they could potentially save by switching if they accept the offer.
Step 4) At this stage residents can choose to accept the offer or not. There is no obligation to accept and there are no fees or charges if they don’t switch. They simply get a new offer that could potentially save them money on their energy bills.
Cllr Dave Merrett, Cabinet Member for Transport, Planning and Sustainability, said: “With over 500 residents already signed up to the scheme I am urging even more residents to take advantage of this chance to help lower electricity and gas bills.”
To find out more or to register go to www.york.gov.uk/switchingenergy . If residents do not have access online or an email address please visit City of York Council’s customer service centre at West Offices or call us on 01904 551550.
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