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UK Energy Saving Joins Forces with New Utilities Marketplace Provider

07-31-2007 10:07 PM CET | Energy & Environment

Press release from: UK Energy Saving

UK Energy Saving has teamed up with a new utilities marketplace provider in a move towards offering their visitors more information on the green credentials of energy suppliers. The consumer website, uk-energy-saving.com, focuses on energy saving and renewable energy, but recognises that, in today’s modern society, many still require at least some of their electricity from the national grid as well as a gas supply.

The reasoning behind the utilities marketplace for UK Energy Saving is therefore twofold. On the one hand visitors to http://www.uk-energy-saving.com/cheap_gas_electricity.html can search for a more competitive deal for their energy requirements, thus saving them money and time. But on the other hand, and in keeping with the ethos of UK Energy Saving, consumers can also search for green tariffs in a bid to make their power supply as eco-friendly as possible. It is also important, however, to consider the overall green credentials of the utilities’ providers, and this is the reason why UK Energy Saving is now working with a new marketplace. They will shortly be able to offer information on the ‘eco-friendliness’ of the various energy suppliers, thus giving consumers the ability to make a more informed decision.

UK Energy Saving’s marketplace provider continually monitors the gas and electricity suppliers and their tariffs in order to ensure that they can provide users with up to date information. The new utilities marketplace can be reached via http://www.uk-energy-saving.com/cheap_gas_electricity.html, the UK Energy Saving homepage, www.uk-energy-saving.com, or blog, http://uk-energy-saving.blogspot.com.

UK Energy Saving
Hayley Jones
UK
press@uk-energy-saving.com
www.uk-energy-saving.com

UK Energy Saving offers a consumer guide to energy saving and related topics such as recycling and renewable energy. They also offer the facility for you to save money on gas and electricity bills through their utilities marketplace.

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