Breckland Council is urging residents to join a collective switching scheme which could save them money on their gas and electricity bills.
Nearly 1,500 households across Norfolk have already signed up to the scheme, which launched on March 1.
The idea is for residents to sign up via the council, whose partner organisation IChoosr will then carry out an auction to determine the cheapest energy prices.
The more people who register, the greater IChoosr’s purchasing power to negotiate lower energy bills.
After the auction, the cheapest company will provide residents with a no obligation quote for providing their energy for the next 12 months, which they can choose to accept or decline.
Cllr William Nunn, leader of Breckland Council, said: “In the current economic climate everyone is looking for ways to save money and this is a great opportunity to do just that.
“The scheme is not just for Breckland residents. It is open to residents across the county and I encourage as many people as possible to sign up.”
Residents have until April 8 to register and could save up to £200 a year on energy bills by doing so.
For details, visit www.breckland.gov.uk or call 01362 656870.