Londoners least likely to switch energy providers

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Londoners least likely to switch energy providers
4th November 2014

New research shows householders in the capital are the least likely to switch providers when compared to the rest of the UK. 

Simon McCulloch, Director of Compare the Market, explains why renting is one explanation for so few people staying on top of their energy bills. 
The North East shop around for better energy deals and switch most often. By doing so, those households in the North East save an average of £188 each year. 

Simon Read explains why Londoners are just so bad at switching.




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