Customers of energy firm E.ON can expect higher bills in the New Year as it confirms an 8.7 per cent price rise, adding more than £100 to average annual household bills.
Winter is here and unfortunately so are higher gas and electricity bills thanks to a string of recent tariff hikes. With ScottishPower and EDF Energy price rises due at the start of December, you need to act now to save.
If you're on a Scottish Power or nPower fixed tariff deal your energy bills could soar within the next week. Act now to make savings.
A new campaign has been launched to help millions of UK households cut their heating bills by adopting a range of energy-saving measures.
The cost of low-carbon electricity under the new Energy Bill will add less than £100 to average annual household bills, Energy Secretary Ed Davey said on Friday.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey is due to announce proposals to ensure all households are on the cheapest gas and electricity tariffs available.
EDF is the latest energy company to hike prices this winter, a move that will add around £122 on average to annual household gas and electricity bills for 3 million of its customers.
Millions of households are in line for cheaper energy bills under new reforms announced by the industry regulator.
As of 1 November, gas and electricity prepayment meter customers who are up to £500 in debt with their current supplier will be allowed to switch to a cheaper rival.
An extra 2.3 million households will pay a higher price for their gas and electricity as energy firm Scottish Power announces a 7% price rise, just days after similar price rises by nPower and British Gas.
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