“We’re saving £500 a year” – how much could you save with The Greater Manchester Big Clean Switch?

20 October 2017.

We’re supporting a new campaign that aims to help you save money by switching your home to a clean tariff. Most UK homes are guaranteed to save money by switching to the cheapest clean deal.

The Greater Manchester Big Clean Switch is being launched by Greater Manchester Combined Authority and supported by organisations from across the city, from football clubs to universities, including City of Trees.

Just visit www.bigcleanswitch.org/gm to compare prices in minutes, and if you decide to go ahead, you can switch there and then. With savings currently averaging over £280 a year, it may be worth switching even if you’re in the middle of a fixed term tariff.

Here’s what people are already saying about the Greater Manchester Big Clean Switch “The process was really easy.” – Jack, Manchester; “Just click, click, click – five minutes and done.” – Anna, Altrincham; “The savings I made were very, very substantial.” – Amer, Cheadle; “We’re saving around £500 a year.” – Katie & Lynden, Stockport.

Why clean energy? Generating energy from renewable sources like the wind, water and sun helps fight air pollution and climate change. If just one in every 100 homes in Greater Manchester switched to clean electricity, it would be equivalent to taking over 10,000 cars off the road for a year.

And on top of all that, the cheapest clean energy suppliers are market leaders when it comes to customer satisfaction.

When you switch through the Greater Manchester Big Clean Switch, the supplier pays the campaign a commission. This doesn’t affect the price of the tariff, and Greater Manchester Combined Authority will use its share to help fund social and environmental projects across Greater Manchester, including City of Trees, so even more good will come of your switch.

If you’ve got questions about the Big Clean Switch, visit the campaign help page: https://bigcleanswitch.org/help/ .

You can also follow the campaign on twitter and facebook.