The 5th Merseyside Collective Switch launches on the 7th of September.

Previous collective switches have saved Merseyside Residents over £600,000 with an average saving of £203 a year per household.

join-waiting-listThis shows that by joining together, it is possible to get a better deal on our energy bills.

Collective switching works by asking people to register their interest then uses collective buying power to negotiate an exclusive tariff from energy suppliers. The exclusive tariffs are only available to those who register for the collective switch.

In addition to taking advantage of the collective switch offers participants are welcome to switch to any tariff on the market to find the deal that’s right for them, with tariffs shown against each other for comparison.

The scheme aims to make it easier and safer to switch supplier, and advisors are on hand to offer free and impartial help every step of the way.

You don’t need to wait until the 7th of September join the waiting list today. We will contact you when the registration opens and you can fully register your interest then.

If you would like to find out more about switching before you join the waiting list, call the Save Energy Advice Line on 0800 043 0151.

You can also call the Save Energy Advice Line for free, impartial, expert advice on other ways to save energy and money at home.

* Last time a domestic energy tariff was at a lower price for average usage monthly direct debit customers was in November 2010. The tariff came from EDF and cost £867 per year. Our winning collective tariffs from e.on & ScottishPower cost £876 per year averaged across all regions. All calculations are for an average usage dual fuel household. Average usage is currently defined by OFGEM as 13,500 kWh pa of gas and 3,200 kWh pa of electricity