It has never been a better time to join a collective energy switch. With the average ‘Big Six’ standard variable tariff now costing the average household £1,042 a year, and the cheapest deal on the market around £830, millions of consumers could lower their annual bills by more than £200.
We’ve launched a collective energy switching service with Ofgem-accredited comparison and switching site energyhelpline. By joining The Telegraph Energy Club, you can switch to exclusive deals, and could save up to £641*.
To join a collective energy switch, just fill in a simple form, and we will negotiate a great energy deal using the collective power of the thousands who have signed up. Once the deals are available, we’ll let you know – and if you choose to go with it, we will organise your switch completely free.
Why join a collective energy switch and change provider?
Last year more than six million people changed their energy supplier, a record high. However, that still leaves several million energy customers that remain on the same tariff year after year.
While many of us search the market for a better deal when our insurance deals are up for renewal, far fewer people look to compare gas and electricity deals to see if they can get a better one.
Many customers' loyalty, or reluctance to change, means they stay on the same energy tariff despite cheaper deals entering the market – or they remain with the same provider but end up paying more each month for the same thing.
Actively switching energy suppliers could save you hundreds of pounds, with tariffs changing frequently and companies trying to win customers from their rivals and maintain their loyalty.
Don’t miss the Autumn Energy Switch - registration is now open
The Telegraph Energy Club is open for registrations. You have until 20 October 2020 to register for us to bring you the cheapest deal by auction from the UK's leading energy suppliers. We will contact you after 21 October 2020 with the winning tariff and invite you to switch energy suppliers with no obligation.
As with previous collective energy switching, we will of course display the winning tariff in the context of the whole market to ensure that you have the full picture.
Anyone who signs up via The Telegraph Energy Club during this time will be eligible for an exclusive deal on their gas and electricity. We’ve partnered with energyhelpline to help you switch energy suppliers and to find the cheapest deal on the entire market.
Could you save £723 like Robert Davies did with a collective energy switch?
Telegraph reader Robert Davies managed to save a whopping £723 from his annual energy bill by using The Telegraph Energy Club.
Mr Davies said:
“With my old supplier I experienced a large spike in my monthly bill, which my supplier couldn’t explain. My bill kept increasing so I thought it was time for a change. I noticed the collective campaign advert in the Telegraph so I decided to register. Once the deal was announced it was really simple to switch, and I would recommend it to anyone looking to reduce the cost of their household bills.”
He added: “I did a quick internet comparison and switched to the exclusive collective winning tariff from British Gas. I’ve now seen a decrease in the cost of my monthly direct debit, and I’m estimated to save £723 over the next year.”
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How to take part in The Telegraph Energy Club
If you also feel that you are paying too much for the energy you use and want to join a collective energy switch, here’s what to do.
It takes just a few minutes to register your interest to join our cheaper energy club, and compare the whole of the market, with The Telegraph Energy Club. Once we have secured a winning tariff, we will contact you with details of a no-obligation offer to switch energy providers.
Spending more time at home can result in energy bills rising - Switch now and you could save up to £641*
*10% of customers switching their gas and electricity bills with the Telegraph Switching Service and Energy Club between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020 saved £641 or more.
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*Information correct at date of publication