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SCOTS HAVE BEEN GOING COLD OUT OF FEAR OF HUGE ENERGY BILLS

  In our latest findings from our Big Energy Switch poll, we have found that many Scots went cold this past winter out of fear of incurring huge energy bills. A poll of the first 13,000 households to join the Big Energy Switch campaign reveals that: 3 in 4 Scots are making lifestyle sacrifices to afford their energy bills, and Of that group, nearly half are s... Read more
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MEDIA RELEASE: OVER 3500 SCOTS CONSUMERS JOIN THE BIG ENERGY SWITCH IN FIRST 3 DAYS OF CAMPAIGN

3,600 consumers have joined the Big Energy Switch Scotland in the first 3 days of the campaign, a huge show of community support for the Scotland-wide people power campaign. The Big Energy Switch is looking to recruit twenty thousands consumers to help unlock group discounted electrictiy and gas in Scotland. The campaign will run for 4 weeks, with the collective power of the One Big Switc... Read more
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Come throw your hat in the ring!

    In the opening days we have had over 3000 Scots join the Big Energy Switch Scotland. It's clear that many of you are fed up with the current state of energy market competition.   These numbers are good news, the people power of the campaign is growing each day, but it's not over. We still need your help!   We want to apply more pressure to energ... Read more
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It’s BACK: The Big Energy Switch Scotland.

We have launched our second Big Energy Switch in Scotland, a campaign aiming to cut the cost of electricity and gas for Scottish households across the Country.     It has been found that 1 in 3 households in Scotland continue to suffer from fuel poverty, which means they’re spending more than 10% of their household income on energy costs.   To add to this, the ... Read more
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Lets power up for 2016

  2015 was a huge year for One Big Switch with the launch of the Big Energy Switch in Scotland. This was the first Scottish campaign for One Big Switch, and proved to be a huge success with over 2000 consumers joining the campaign in the first day alone. To One Big Switch this  was a clear indication that Scottish consumers are willing to fight and take real action to help figh... Read more
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SCOTS HAVE BEEN GOING COLD OUT OF FEAR OF HUGE ENERGY BILLS

Many Scottish households went cold this past winter out of fear of incurring huge energy bills according to a major new survey. A poll of the first 4,861 households to join the Big Energy Switch campaign reveals that: · 7 in 10 Scots are making lifestyle sacrifices to afford their energy bills, and · Of that group, half are sacrificing their heating to a point at where th... Read more
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1/3 SCOTS HOUSEHOLDS SUFFERING FROM ENERGY FUEL POVERTY

A survey of over 11,000 Scottish consumers has found that more than 1 out of every 3 Scottish households are suffering from fuel poverty. The survey was taken by households who have joined the Big Energy Switch campaign, a Scotland-wide people power campaign to cut the cost of electricity and gas in Scotland. Fuel Poverty is defined as a household spending more than 10% of their hous... Read more
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'Year's free energy' prize draw Ts and Cs

One Big Switch (OBS) Refer a friend prize draw terms and conditions Refer a friend prize draw to win free electricity: Scots members who join the OBS 'Big Energy Switch' campaign, and who recruit 5 or more eligible friends to join the campaign, will go into the draw to win free electricity for a year (maximum value of £1,500 incl VAT).*   Terms and conditions *... Read more

PRESS RELEASE: 2000 SCOTS CONSUMERS JOIN THE BIG ENERGY SWITCH ON DAY 1

PRESS RELEASE 2000 consumers have joined the Big Energy Switch on day 1 of the campaign, a huge show of community support for the Scotland-wide people power campaign. The Big Energy Switch is looking to recruit twenty thousands consumers to help unlock group discounted energy offers in Scotland. The campaign will run for 4 weeks, with the collective power of the One Big Switch consumer... Read more
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