Nottinghamshire Switch – Save – Smile

January 7th, 2019

Our collective switching campaign, Nottinghamshire Switch, Save and Smile is back for a second year – it is a no-hassle way of finding a more affordable gas and electricity deal using people power.
It is part of a nationwide initiative coordinated by iChoosr.

Last year’s stats:
• Average duel fuel saving of £224
• 35,000 registrations nationwide
• 79% of registrants made a saving

This scheme is supported by local councils
Broxtowe Borough Council, Rushcliffe Borough Council and Ashfield District Council support this initiative.
Please share on your social media channels – the more people that register, the better the deal will be.
Our Twitter handle is @Nott_Energy

What is collective switching?
It is an initiative where a large amount of people register their interest in finding a cheaper energy deal, once a certain amount of people register, iChoosr, experts in group buying invite a group of energy companies to put forward their cheapest deal –the cheapest deal wins.
Registrants are sent a personal offer which they can say yes or no to, there is no obligation to switch. To make it really easy the switching process is done on their behalf.

Resources and links
REGISTER HERE – registration closes February 12th 2019.

Why are we promoting it?
We are a fuel poverty charity – all our projects and services are centred around saving people money so they can afford to heat their home effectively.
Collective switching is a way of saving money with very little effort, it takes 3 minutes to register and there is no obligation to switch.

As a side – we offer free Energy Workshops to community groups.
Our 45 minute interactive session focuses on ways to keep warm and how to keep those energy bills down – we come to the group and can fit in with one of their regular meet ups.
If you are interested in booking or have any questions please contact Jenalle, 0115 985 3009. This is a free service and we have delivered to over 100 groups.

Alison Mcguire
Marketing Manager

Nottingham Energy Partnership
Waterway House
Waterway Street