Department of Energy and Climate Change

Big Energy Week


Rising fuel bills are stretching household finances and people are looking for ways to save money on their energy bills.

Following DECC's Consumer Energy Summit in November 2011, Citizens Advice is coordinating the Big Energy Week advice campaign  (16-21 January 2012), which will see thousands of people across the country get practical help and advice to cut their fuel bills and get all the financial support they are entitled to.

Chris Huhne officially launched Big Energy Week at the House of Commons along with Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP and Gillian Guy, Citizens Advice Chief Executive.

The Secretary of State said

'We know that a lot of households are struggling to cope with rising energy costs. Many people could cut their gas and electricity bills by moving to a better deal with their existing supplier, switching to another supplier altogether, or by taking up home insulation offers. But we need to make sure consumers are aware of this and make it easier for them to take action to save money. That is why I am backing Big Energy Week. We want to get the advice and information out to as many consumers across the country as possible.”

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