More councils embrace collective switching

September 2012
Utility Week;9/7/2012, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Norwich City Council in England will tended a contract for a collective purchasing and switching partner to benefit up to 20,000 households on low incomes or in fuel poverty.


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