Three of the Big Six have anounced their second price rise of the year - the rest won't be far behind. Here's why you need to switch gas and electricity supplier to beat the price hikes.
Households on a standard variable rate energy tariff will see their energy bills rise by around £139 when the price cap increases on October 1. Switch now to beat the increase.
The latest energy price cap review has seen the level of the cap rise by a whopping £139.
From October 1, the cost of a standard variable rate tariff will be capped at £1,277 per year - its highest ever level and an increase of 12% for a typical dual fuel direct debit customer.
Households on pre-payment meters will be hit even harder, with costs set to rise by £153 - from £1,156 to £,1309.Ofgem price cap to cut bills for customers on poor-value tariffs falls short of the £100 promised by the government. Which means swicthing supplier remains the best way to save on your energy bills.
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