Mass switch to clean energy
Consumer campaigners launch new initiative
Campaigners 38 Degrees and The Big Deal have today launched Britain’s first ever mass switch to persuade consumers to switch energy suppliers to companies offering zero-carbon electricity.
The Clean Energy Switch aims to use the bargaining power of tens of thousands of people to cut the cost of renewable energy making it affordable for ordinary families.
The organisations behind the initiative hope that this demand-led consumer approach will send a clear signal that people support renewables and want the Government to as well.
The people power campaign is being run by the consumer collective The Big Deal and campaigning organisation 38 Degrees.
Will Hodson, Co-Founder of The Big Deal, said:
“The Big Deal has long used collective bargaining power to make energy more affordable. With the Clean Energy Switch, we'll make it affordable and sustainable. Millions of Britons feel a duty to help environment - the Clean Energy Switch will help them save some money in the process.”
You can sign-up for free at www.thebigdeal.com or at www.38degrees.org.uk by entering just an email address and postcode. Signing up does not mean you have to take the deal.