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Bristol Energy Deal!

19 Apr 17

Together with our expert switching partners, the Big Deal, we have negotiated a cheap, clean deal with Bristol Energy – and you can sign up today! The deal could save you up to £228* on your bills per year and is from 100% renewable electricity....

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Guest Blog: Will from The Big Deal on U-switch news

31 Mar 17

This is a guest blog by Will Hodson at the Big Deal. The views expressed in this blog do not represent the view of 38 Degrees. The Big Deal specialises in collective energy switching and their campaigns have demanded fair prices from suppliers, transparency from comparison...

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Octopus Energy: Who are they and why were they chosen?

22 Feb 17

The Big Deal has negotiated a cheap, standard deal with Octopus Energy – a small company with a great customer service record, who’re also the largest investor in solar farms in the UK. This deal could save you up to £288 a year. The Big Deal...

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The Big Deal on Energy – See How Much You Could Save

21 Feb 17

Energy bosses are laughing all the way to the bank. The profit they cream off your bills pays for multi-million-pound salaries, pensions and parties. It’s scandalous – and in recent weeks three of the biggest energy companies have announced plans to hike up our bills...

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Energy Switching with 38 Degrees – FAQs

20 Feb 17

How do your energy switches work? Thousands of 38 Degrees members come together to say we want a better deal on our gas and electricity 38 Degrees members also help set the criteria for what we want to see in an energy provider Our partner,...

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Stand Up to the Big Energy Giants

17 Feb 17

Do you get your gas and electricity from one of the big energy companies like Npower, EDF, or Scottish Power? Because if you do, you could be paying £100 a year extra just to keep the lights on. They’ve upped their prices and are facing...