E.ON latest supplier to announce price freeze

E.ON has announced it won’t increase its energy prices this winter. The company said its standard tariff will remain unchanged until “at least April 2017”. The average standard variable dual […]

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By Jacqueline Echevarria

E.ON has announced it won’t increase its energy prices this winter.

The company said its standard tariff will remain unchanged until “at least April 2017”.

The average standard variable dual fuel bill paid by householders annually is £1,047.

It is the third Big Six supplier which decided to freeze its gas and electricity prices after SSE and British Gas.

A spokesman said: “We have been working hard behind the scenes to make sure we could make a commitment to our customers before Christmas that we would not increase our residential standard energy prices until at least after winter. We are pleased to be able to offer that reassurance to our customers.