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Release date: 9 May 2019

Sussex residents are being offered an exclusive, fixed-price deal by their local, council-supported energy supplier.

Your Energy Sussex has launched two new fixed price tariffs available for a limited time to people living in East Sussex, West Sussex and Brighton & Hove. 

By switching now, residents will get a really competitive price and peace-of-mind that their energy costs will not go up for the duration of the fixed period.

There is a competitively-priced 12-month tariff and a 24-month tariff that will lock in the amount you pay for your gas and electricity for two winters.

Customers currently on their energy supplier’s most expensive ‘standard variable’ tariff have the most to gain by switching and could save as much as £300 per year.

Deborah Urquhart, West Sussex County Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment, said: “We launched Your Energy Sussex more than a year ago to give our residents a reliable, local alternative energy supplier and to encourage more people to switch and save.

“These new tariffs are part of our commitment to keeping our prices competitive for our customers and getting more people in Sussex to switch.

“Your Energy Sussex also offers other benefits such as 100% renewable electricity for all customers and excellent customer service and, as a not-for-profit supplier we are building a fund to help local people who are struggling to pay their bills.”

Your Energy Sussex was launched by West Sussex County Council in February 2018 and is supported by 12 local authorities including East Sussex County Council and Brighton & Hove City Council.

Go to the Your Energy Sussex website to get a quote or you can speak to a Customer Advisor by calling 0800 952 0001.

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