Householders looking to perform an energy comparison in order to get cheap gas and electricity may be interested in a new campaign to raise awareness of fuel poverty.
Charity Turn2us, which help people obtain benefits and grants they are entitled to, is calling on Brits to take to Twitter to reveal what percentage of their income they spend on energy, the Independent reports.
People who take part in the drive, either through the social media service, by SMS or by filling out a form online, will help to build up a nationwide picture of how much people are paying for their energy.
Director of the organisation Alison Taylor said: "There are millions of people out there anxiously holding their breath in fear of the arrival of their heating and cooking bills. Help needs to be given to help them cut their bills."
Finding a better gas and electricity deal by performing an energy price comparison may be a good way for many people to save money as several suppliers have withdrawn their cheapest tariffs from the market in recent weeks.
If you want to find out more about switching energy suppliers and how you could save up to £453 in minutes, click here.
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