Calderdale residents could save hundreds of pounds on their energy bills, by switching to a new gas and electricity tariff that’s one of the lowest on the market.
But you need to act quickly – the ‘Spring into Action’ special offer from White Rose Energy is only available until Wednesday 17 April 2019 for people living in Calderdale, Bradford and Leeds.
Calderdale Council is encouraging people to sign up as part of its work with White Rose Energy – a not-for-profit energy supply partnership between Leeds City Council and Robin Hood Energy for homes across Yorkshire.
Working together, the Council and White Rose Energy can offer better value energy tariffs for all local households, which particularly benefits people who are vulnerable or on low incomes.
Mark Thompson, Calderdale Council’s Director – Regeneration and Strategy, said:
“As energy prices continue to rise, we know that many residents are struggling with their bills. We want to end fuel poverty by making Calderdale’s homes as affordable and energy efficient to run as possible.”
The Council’s Affordable Warmth team has been busy helping local people to switch tariffs. Jeremy Vicars, Affordable Warmth Caseworker, is a member of the team, which supports residents to get cheaper energy all year round. Jeremy added:
“Lots of people have switched tariffs and cut their electricity and gas bills by hundreds of pounds – why not be one of them?”
Jeremy has helped Calderdale resident Kiki Hatzer to save money. Kiki said:
“I’m very happy to have saved £230 by switching to the White Rose Energy Spring into Action tariff. I never expected to save so much, I’m really pleased.”
The Spring into Action tariff is a 12-month fixed tariff, available for electricity and gas for both new and existing customers across Calderdale.
Act quickly to get cheaper electricity and gas while you still can – get a quote by visiting White Rose Energy’s website: https://join.whiteroseenergy.co.uk/quote(external link) or by calling them on 0800 022 3553.
For information on affordable warmth schemes in Calderdale, please visit www.calderdale.gov.uk/warmhomes or call Jeremy Vicars or Sarah Buczynski on 01422 392199.