Yorkshire Energy promises to save Hull homes loads of money
The Yorkshire Energy team
By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 31 May 2018
A new Yorkshire energy company is pledging lower bills for its customers as it aims to compete with the country’s ‘big six’ providers.
Yorkshire Energy says it can offer “significant savings” to people across the region, as it aims to prise customers away from the big-name players such as British Gas, Npower and SSE.
People are able to go online and get a quote for their energy bill, with the new company making the bold claim that it can cut costs for homeowners.
Peter Connolly, executive chairman at Yorkshire Energy, said: “As a Yorkshire-based company, we believe in good value, excellent service and fair, easy-to-understand tariffs.
“Customers are increasingly voting with their feet and leaving the larger providers to find a better deal from one of the newer suppliers who are cheaper and more responsive.
“We’ve been working on this new offer in the domestic energy market for a number of years, now we are live.”
The company is the latest organisation to enter the market and provide a challenge to the dominant “Big Six” of British Gas, EDF Energy, E.On, Npower, Scottish Power and SSE.
Yorkshire Energy is offering both gas and electricity tariffs and has described itself as a “small but nimble” company which saves the hassle of larger providers.
The new business is headquartered in Leeds and has announced it is aiming to create more jobs across the region as it continues to grow.
Mr Connolly said: “With a focus on delivering exceptional customer service, Yorkshire Energy believe in a no nonsense, no surprises remit.
“Not wanting people to feel in the dark about their energy prices or grow frustrated over complex billing, we’re proud to be doing things differently and offering significant savings when compared to the larger energy suppliers.
The company has pledged to cut the cost of peoples' energy bills
“And with a new website up and running, people are already making the switch to Yorkshire Energy.”
Yorkshire Energy said it hopes to attract customers who are looking to switch from one of the traditional suppliers to reduce their bills and “get the level of customer service that can only be provided by a more focused, locally based company.”
It has now opened its doors to new customers as a supplier of domestic gas and electricity.
For anyone interested in reviewing their current tariffs, or requiring information on switching to a provider on your doorstep, people are encouraged to contact Yorkshire Energy directly.
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