Big Community Switch energy possibility

As soon as I get out from under my current energy company nightmare I am switching. My local borough has an alternative that interests me.
Does anyone have experience with this type of collective switching?
Catcha wave and you're sittin on topofa world

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  • Petriix
    Petriix Posts: 2,018
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    Occasionally these schemes used to come up with a decent price. However, they often don't beat the other deals available to everyone on the market. If you do get a quote, make sure you compare it (the actual unit prices and standing charges) with other deals you might get. Remember fixing isn't necessarily a good option as prices are still very high compared to historic norms; although future price predictions don't forecast any massive drops. 
  • I was previously thinking that the energy company would behave better if with the council but now I am thinking this may not be the case?
    Catcha wave and you're sittin on topofa world
  • Hmmm, anyone heard of Robin Hood Energy and other hair brained schemes by councils, or even Bulb and the other countless failed energy schemes, I would personally steer clear
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