Household bills could rise by £21 as Ofgem considers increasing energy price cap

The regulator is consulting on its proposals to recover debt-related costs that have resulted due to the coronavirus pandemic

Energy Price Cap extended until end of 2021

The government claims the move will see around 11 million households across the UK make savings on their energy bills

Energy price cap ‘disincentivises customers from switching’

New research from comparethemarket reveals domestic switching levels have fallen since the energy price cap was introduced in January 2019

Ofgem’s new price cap: More than 15 million households will see energy bills slashed by up to £95

The energy market regulator also lowered the level for prepayment meter customers from £1,164 to £1,070 per year

‘Britons could face an average £103 price hike on energy bills’

Household energy bills could soar by £50m as 90 fixed energy deals end in April, according to a new survey

Utility Warehouse to pay £450k for overcharging energy customers

The supplier will refund and compensate 3,430 Warm Home Discount customers for charging them above the default tariff cap level

Octopus Energy announces price cut for customers

Around a quarter of a million households on the standard variable tariff are expected to save around £80 on average a year

Households face £16m energy bill increase after tariffs end

Around 47 deals are scheduled to run out at the end of January, which means many customers will be rolled on to default tariffs that are usually much higher

Ofgem investigates if Utilita overcharged energy prepayment meter customers

The regulator said the opening of the probe does not imply any findings have been made about non-compliance by the supplier

Energy price cap saved households £1bn on bills in 2019

Around 11m households on default tariffs saved between £75 to £100 on their dual fuel bills