Great North Energy is here!
From today residents across Doncaster are being encouraged to find out if they can save on their gas and electricity bills by visiting www.greatnorthenergy.co.uk or calling the Freephone number 0800 145 6699.
Providing a viable alternative to the ‘Big Six’ energy companies, Great North Energy is expected to benefit a large proportion of local households, particularly those who have either never switched or rarely switch energy deals.
Mayor Ros Jones, who plans to be one of the first local people to make the switch, said: “Reducing the cost of living is a priority for me so one of the best ways to support this is to help people save money on their energy bills. Great North Energy provides fair, competitive tariffs along with quality customer service so I am delighted that this is now available to our residents. Whatever your circumstances or current tariff, it is certainly worth getting a no obligation quote.”
Councillor Joe Blackham, Cabinet member for Highways, Street Scene and Trading Services, added: “As the days get colder and the nights get darker now is the time to consider whether you are getting the right energy deal for you. If you haven’t registered your interest yet I’d urge you to contact Great North Energy to see if you could be one of the first customers to switch and save. We offer fair and transparent pricing and want you to enjoy the benefits of our low prices.”
The council has a strong history of delivering energy saving home improvement programmes as well as the ‘Big Switch’ that benefitted around 1800 households and saved over £450,000 for Doncaster residents. It is expected that Great North Energy will achieve more still, making sure homes in Doncaster have the choice of a competitive tariff and as few residents as possible are suffering due to the cost of living.
The not-for-profit set up is delivered by Doncaster Council in partnership with Robin Hood Energy. Staff will be available in Doncaster town centre (Clock Corner) on 14 and 17 November between 9:30am and 3pm to provide more information about Great North Energy.
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