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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 28 October 2016 > One million Scottish homes could save £300million by switching supplier

One million Scottish homes could save £300million by switching supplier

Big Energy Saving Week calls on households to take control of energy spend
Citizens Advice price comparison tool simplifies saving

SCOTTISH households missed out on £300million of savings last year because they didn’t change their energy supplier.

Figures from OFGEM show that savings of around £300 this year are achievable just by switching, but a new Ipsos MORI survey from the Energy Saving Trust has found more than one million homes are on ‘energy autopilot’. Nearly 60 per cent of those non-switchers believe they’re on the cheapest energy tariff available, which is unlikely. And that’s despite only 30 per cent of all bill payers believing energy suppliers actively encourage customer loyalty.

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