Co-operative Energy has launched a new 19-month fixed tariff for new and existing customers with no exit penalties.
The energy firm decided to set a new fixed deal for consumers following the popularity of its March 2015 fixed tariff launched a few weeks ago, which was only available for 10,000 customers.
The new energy deal means consumers who switch to it will pay a fixed price of £1,204 on average for their dual fuel until 31 July 2015. Co-operative Energy told ELN it would review after 10,000 customers switched to it following which the company would decide whether to increase the limit or launch a new tariff altogether.
Ramsay Dunning, Group General Manager at Co-operative Energy said: “Many people may use the Christmas break to look at ways in which they can save money and manage their finances more effectively – switching energy tariffs is a quick and easy way of doing this.
“In launching our competitive new fixed price tariff, for both new and existing customers, this offers greater choice, peace of mind and crucially, a guarantee of no rise in energy bills for the next two winters.”
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