Winter is coming again for energy bills!

Analysts predict default tariff price cap is set to increase by more than £100 a year this winter

Energy bills to hike for Bulb customers

Starting from next month, many customers will need to pay an average of £69 more a year for their electricity and gas consumption

Households ‘could save up to £242 a year by switching to 62 fixed energy deals’

The new price cap, which comes into force today, will increase by £96 to £1,138 for 11 million default tariff customers

British Gas to hike energy bills by £97 a year

Around 2.3m customers’ bills will rise to £1,138, the maximum amount suppliers can charge in line with Ofgem’s energy price cap

Industry responds to Ofgem’s new price cap

Ofgem announced a new price cap today – but what does the energy industry think?

Energy bills increase up to £96 as price cap rises

The change, from 1st April, is estimated to affect 15 million customers

Households face £24 extra a year in energy bills

The ‘Adjustment Allowance’ was introduced in winter 2020 to help suppliers deal with the economic fallout

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