ONLY DAYS LEFT TO BENEFIT FROM COLLECTIVE ENERGY SWITCHING INITIATIVE
The countdown has begun for Exeter's energy switching scheme Exeter Together, with the window for people to switch and make savings off their home heating bills closing at midnight on March 17.
Launched on 18 February by Exeter City Council, Exeter Together is helping people from Exeter and surrounding areas save an average of £220 off their fuel bills by switching and the campaign is said to be getting a lot of interest, with many switches predicted during the final days.
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Jo Pearce, of Exeter Together, is helping lead the initiative and Jo has been out with her team of volunteers around Exeter to help raise awareness and encourage people to switch.
Jo comments: "We have had hundreds of enquiries from people wanting to know more about Exeter Together and how it could benefit them and we have even helped people on the spot find out whether they could save by switching. It is really rewarding to see peoples faces light up when they realise they stand to save a lot of money off their annual fuel bills.
The feedback we get is that people are surprised it really does only take five minutes to register. We have tried to make the switching process really simple and we look forward to welcoming even more people to the scheme as the campaign builds further momentum as we head towards the final campaign deadline of midnight on Sunday, March 17."
Exeter Together is available for anyone to join and campaigners are keen to push the message that it is not restricted solely to the people of Exeter.
Jo explains: "Although called 'Exeter Together', switching is available to everyone from Devon and we would urge anyone that hasn't looked at their utility bills for a while to see whether they could save through the scheme. A woman visited our promotional bus and was even found to save over £457, double the average saving!"
Once registered with Exeter Together, people will instantly receive a collectively purchased energy offer. People are under no obligation to switch and it is clearly explained whether the end user is better to stay with their current provider, or whether they will benefit from switching to the Exeter Together scheme.
During its final weeks, Exeter Together is calling for employers to back the campaign and encourage their staff to see how much they could save. Source for Business in Exeter is one of the employers lending its support to the campaign.
John Crouch, Sales and Marketing Manager, from Source for Business says: "We are really pleased to be supporting Exeter City Council's collective switching campaign and we will certainly be encouraging our staff to log onto Exeter Together's website to see whether they could save. Fuel bills are one of the biggest drains on family household budgets and it is great to think that, by supporting Exeter Together, we could help our staff save thousands of pounds in collective savings off their home heating bills."
Jo and her team of trustee volunteers will be in Bedford Square, Exeter, on Saturday 16 March to hand out leaflets and answer questions.
"We will have a team available to talk people through the process or answer any queries and we would love to help as many people as possible. If you are thinking of popping along to see us, why not bring a copy of your utility bill with you so we can help you find out how much you could save," says Jo.
To get involved, visit www.exetertogether.com with a copy of your energy bill, register your details and instantly receive a collectively purchased energy offer from Exeter Together.