There’s no denying it – the weather is on the turn. While we got to enjoy a spring heatwave and the joint-hottest summer on record, plenty of us up and down the country have had to start cranking up the heating over the last few days. As the temperatures fall, the amount that we spend on our energy bills swiftly rocket. That isn’t exactly helped by energy suppliers announcing that they will be ramping up their prices too. In the last couple of weeks for example renewable energy supplier Bulb has announced a new price rise , its second hike within the last few months. So if you’re hoping to limit the damage done to your bank balance by bigger energy bills, the time is right to shop around for a new tariff. But could joining with others when moving supplier help you bag a better deal than moving alone? What is a collective switch? When the time comes to move to a new energy deal, most of us do it as individuals. You go onto a price comparison site, enter your postcode and typical usage, and you’re presented with a host of quotes from rival suppliers. But it’s not… Read full this story
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