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Barking and Dagenham residents could save with Beam Energy’s 24-month fixed tariff

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Thousands of Barking and Dagenham residents have until 30 June to bag a competitive 24-month fixed tariff with the council’s energy provider Beam Energy.

The exclusive offer will give residents the peace of mind they need over their energy bills for the next two years. Compared to the Big Six energy companies, residents could see themselves saving a whopping £177*.

It takes just two minutes to get a no obligation free quote online and the good news doesn’t stop there. Beam energy provides electricity that is 100% renewable, sourced from UK-based wind and solar generators, so residents can save money on their bills whilst saving the planet at the same time.

The 24-month tariff isn’t the only competitive offer on the table waiting to be snapped up. Beam Energy offers a range of money saving tariffs and Pay As You Go rates to give residents the choice to select what’s best suited to their needs.

“No-one should have to worry about whether they can afford their energy bills. It’s just not right."

Councillor Darren Rodwell, Leader of Barking and Dagenham Council said:

“No-one should have to worry about whether they can afford their energy bills. It’s just not right. That’s why we’re thinking up new ways to support residents and offer exclusive deals to help ease the financial burden and worry that comes with paying bills. I encourage residents to go online today and get a two-minute quote – there’s still time to grab this great deal.”

For more information and to get a two-minute quote online, visit www.beamenergy.co.uk

*Based on the cheapest proposed Angelic Energy 24month fixed tariff, compared to the mean average of the biggest six energy providers' standard variable tariffs for a medium-use** dual fuel customer, paying by direct debit and receiving paperless billing, living in London, on 28 May 2019. Prices may change. **12,000 kWh of gas consumption and 3,100 kWh of electricity consumption per annum.

 

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