Property platform Clooper has officially launched an energy switching service that landlords can offer tenants looking to save money as the UK energy sector is thrown into disarray by rising gas prices.
Clooper Switch was announced earlier this month and has been developed in partnership with Decision Tech Partners, which is part of the Moneysupermarket group.
Founders Toks Adebiyi and Matt Wilson (pictured) say they service is ready to fight for tenants looking for the best deals in the current unpredictable market, or those whose suppliers have gone bust.
“Simply browse our available tariffs, choose the one that’s right for you, and we’ll do the rest,” says Adebiyi.
“With energy prices increasing and the energy price cap set to rise in October, now is the best time to assist consumers in looking for ways to save more.”
“At a time when households are still trying to recover from the financial impact of the pandemic, as well as the energy price hike that will affect approximately 15 million households in October, what we are doing now really matters and will put more cash in the pockets of the average household,” adds Adebiyi.
The pair tell LandlordZONE that their Switch service will enable landlords to help tenants worried about the current energy crisis or who are struggling to find an affordable energy supplier.
Clooper Switch, which is free to use, claims to save bill payers £245 a year on average.