We are pleased to announce that disability charity Jigsaw and energy action agency Bryson Energy have signed up to formally support the Keep Me Posted Campaign.
Based in Northern Ireland, both organisations are committed to the importance of promoting paper billing to their service users.
”I am proud to welcome Bryson Energy and Jigsaw to our coalition of over 100 charitable organisations. We are delighted to see our campaign gather pace in Northern Ireland.
“Both organisations see on a daily basis that their service users need paper billing to improve levels of financial inclusion in their communities and to make better financial decisions as evidenced in our London Economics study from 2015,” said Judith Donovan CBE who chairs Keep Me Posted.
Bryson Energy provides free, independent and impartial energy advice to householders across Northern Ireland. They help consumers to understand their energy bills and provide advice to reduce energy costs through energy efficiency improvements and switching suppliers. Bryson provide energy support services for vulnerable consumers such as home visiting and assist householders who may have fallen into debt with a utility company.
“We are delighted to support the Keep Me Posted Campaign which fights for the consumer’s right to choose how they receive their energy and financial bills. This is crucially important in Northern Ireland where many rural households have difficulty in accessing internet services and many elderly and vulnerable customers find it difficult to use the internet,” said Katie Pilkington, Senior Manager at Bryson Energy.