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Have Your Say
Thurs 2nd May
Polls are open 7am-10pm
Fulwood residents will soon have their chance to give a verdict on 3 wasted years of Tory/Lib Dem government jointly led by local Lib Dem MP and Deputy PM Nick Clegg.
A vote for Labour's Olivia Blake is your way of sending shockwaves to the heart of government. It's a chance to say 'Enough is Enough!'
To get a good price for energy, you need to regularly review your supplier. By shopping round jointly with other customers, you can potentially negotiate an even better deal. This is called collective switching.
How Does It Work?
Households in and around Sheffield sign up. Then our energy partner runs an online energy auction with UK energy suppliers. The more households who sign up, the more buying power the scheme has. This means that together we can get even better energy deals for you. The energy suppliers bid for your custom by offering their cheapest and best tariff. The best value providers will be chosen and those deals will be offered to all those who signed up.
You are under no obligation to switch energy suppliers. When you get your offer you can choose to accept it or not depending upon if it works for you.
Everyone can Sign up
Everyone can sign up and switch to the new energy deal, it does not matter whether you currently:
Pay for your energy bills by direct debit, cheque or cash
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