Boston energy switchers could be set for £183 boost

The Boston Borough Council building.
The Boston Borough Council building.

Boston households who signed up for the latest round of the Lincolnshire Energy Switch scheme could save an average £183 each after an auction between the energy companies.

Households who registered will be offered exclusive market leading tariffs from either Eon or Ovo Energy - saving more than the average for Lincolnshire residents as a whole (£144)

Personalised letters and emails have already started to go out to registered households letting them know if they can save money against their current deal – and if so how much money will be going back into their pocket and perhaps spent with local businesses.

There is no obligation for people to accept their personal offer.

Households wanting to sign up for the next scheme, due to be launched in December, can register their interest by visiting www.boston.gov.uk/LESS and leaving their contact details.

Coun Mike Gilbert, Boston Borough Council’s portfolio holder for housing, property and community, said: “This is the third Lincolnshire Energy Switch scheme we have run and as they become better known, more people are registering to save money on their bills. And the energy companies are competing hard to win the customers with the tariffs being market leading and exclusive to scheme members. These rates are not available direct from the suppliers or via price comparison services.”

The deadline for accepting your offer is Monday, November 24.