If you’re looking to save money on your energy bills, check out the latest Merseyside Collective Switch.
The scheme works by using collective buying power to negotiate the cheapest energy tariff.
The scheme is delivered by local charity Energy Projects Plus, Knowsley Council and its neighbouring local authorities.
In the last round, members saved an average of £260 a year on their energy bills. In total, local people across Merseyside have saved £1.3m since the first switch.
Previous winning tariffs have included Big Six suppliers such as British Gas, E.on, SSE and EDF Energy as well as smaller suppliers such as Ovo and Green Energy.
The Merseyside Collective Switch also includes a full market comparison, so if the winning deals aren’t right for you, you can find one that is.
The service is free and there’s no obligation to switch if you decide not to.
Help and support is also available from energy advisers who can guide you through your top offers and help you complete your switch.
Registration closes at midnight on Tuesday 13 February 2018.
To join the Collective Switch visit the website or ring the local Save Energy Advice Line on freephone 0800 043 0151.