ScottishPower has become the latest energy supplier to announce winter price rises: 8.5% for gas and 9% for electricity prices on average, as of 6 December.
Gas and electricity firm nPower announces an 10.4% average price rise for customers as of 1 December, adding £136 to annual household bills.
British Gas announces winter energy prices rises of 9.2 per cent on average, as of 23 November, which will add £123 to annual household bills.
Thames Water's attempt to slap an extra £29 on customers' water bills next year has been rejected by the industry regulator.
Gas and electricity firm SSE announces an 8.2% average price rise for customers as of 15 November, adding £106 to annual household bills.
Landmark deals worth over £2 billion have brought a scheme that will make it easier for UK consumers to monitor their energy usage a step closer.
Britain has enough gas and electricity supplies to get it through a cold winter, according to the National Grid.
The UK's largest independent energy supplier has promised customers they will not face any increase in their bills this winter.
Gas and electricity bills are set to rise this winter. But do you know where the money you pay goes? Kate Rose, head of gas and electricity at Confused.com, explains.
Ed Miliband's pledge to freeze gas and electricity prices for 20 months if Labour win the 2015 general election has highlighted the resentment and confusion that surrounds Britain's energy market.
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