In February 2021 energy switching saw an 18% decrease

In February 2021 energy switching saw an 18% decrease: Compared to the same period February 2020, an 18% decrease in energy switching occured in February 2021.

Figures imply that 457,447 customers moved to a new supplier in the last month, this is according to Energy UK’s figures.

As of February 2020 it is compared to a total of 559,000 customers had switched suppliers.

Around 832,000 customers have switched electricity suppliers so far this year, this has decreased by 17% compared to this time last year.

“Like the hundreds of thousands already doing so every month, it’s worth spending a few minutes to check if you’re on the best deal or whether either by contacting your supplier or looking at other offers in the market you can save money on your energy bills.” said Emma Pinchbeck, Energy UK’s Chief Executive.

“Customers should also see if their new supplier is signed up to the Energy Switch Guarantee so they can feel confident that their switch will be speedy and hassle-free.”

In February 2021 energy switching saw an 18% decrease:

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