Collective Switching

Collective Switching

Postby Andrew@TheEC » Sun Oct 12, 2014 12:11 pm

Welcome to the discussion about collective switching.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the concept of collective switching, it was discussed in one of our latest blog posts here. But, essentially, collective switching is when a group of households come together to switch their energy supplier all together. Because there is a group of households a better deal can be negotiated with suppliers than if each household switched energy supplier individually. Typically these collective switching schemes are run by a third party organisation like your local council.

Have you tried using a collective switching scheme before? If so, what was your experience, how much did you save and was it hassle free?

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Re: Collective Switching

Postby Andrew@TheEC » Wed Nov 05, 2014 10:53 am

Martin Lewis and the team over at MoneySavingExpert have been running their own collective switching scheme for members of Cheap Energy Club. We have discussed collective switching schemes in one of our latest blog posts. If you have used a collective switching scheme in the past we want you to share your experiences to help others who may have questions or reservations.

Have you signed up to the MoneySavingExpert Big Winter Switch Event? How much were you estimated to save? Was it an easy process to follow?
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