East Riding residents looking to make a saving have until the end of June to make a switch on their energy supplier through the YORSwitch scheme.
YORSwitch, since 2013, has switched more than 30,000 households and delivered more than £6.3million savings for East Riding residents.
The average saving made per household is £191 per year, which can make a difference on annual household bills.
Residents - before Tuesday, 30 June - can go online if they haven't registered with YORSwitch yet and input the information found on energy bills.
They will then be given an instant, no obligation quote and if it is cheaper than what they currently pay, a press of a button can make the switch and East Riding of Yorkshire Council will do the rest.
Councillor Chris Matthews, portfolio holder for strategic management at the council, said: "It is important for householders to be aware that it could only take two minutes to make a fantastic saving of around £200 on their energy bills.
"And YORSwitch is a council-operated collective switching scheme which can ensure a safe and easy route for residents to make that choice in the energy market."
Residents can register by visiting www.eastriding.gov.uk/yorswitch where information about energy usage can be inputted to get a no-obligation quote straight away. Alternatively, please call (01482) 393939.
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