Energy bills to fall by £75 as Ofgem lowers price cap

The default price cap will reduce from £1,254 to £1,179 from 1st October until March 2020

SSE plans more than 400 job cuts

The Big Six supplier said the ‘voluntary enhanced redundancy opportunities’ cover both its customer service and smart meter installation teams

Editorial – Price cap dominoes – a losing game for us all?

As another supplier raises to the price cap, is it really going to offer consumers better deals?

First Utility latest supplier to increase energy bills

More than 154,000 customers will see their tariffs rise to £1,254 a year, in line with Ofgem’s energy price cap

Tonik Energy latest supplier to increase prices

The total annual dual fuel bill will average at around £1,192 for under 10,000 customers

Energy price rise for two million SSE customers

It is the last Big Six energy company to announce the hike in bills following Ofgem’s price cap increase

ScottishPower customers face 10% energy price rise

It is the fifth energy supplier to announce a hike in tariffs after Ofgem’s energy price cap increase

E.ON hikes energy bills by 10% after Ofgem’s price cap limit

Around 1.8m customers will see an increase of £117 on their energy bills

Special Report: Energy price cap – how did it come about?

Here’s a quick timeline that takes you through it

Energy price cap will come into force in the New Year

Ofgem has confirmed the final level of the cap at £1,137 per year for a typical dual fuel customer