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Millions of households supplied by SSE, which includes M&S Energy customers, will see electricity prices hiked by an average of 14.9% – or 6.9% on average for a dual fuel customer – from 28...
Thousands of households in Northern Ireland are to be hit with energy price hikes, as the two gas providers supplying the region have announced forthcoming price changes.
Millions of households whose energy is supplied by E.on will see price rises from 26 April, it’s been announced today.
Energy complaints fell by 32% in 2016 compared to the previous year, taking complaints to their lowest level in three years.
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Energy switching has hit a six-year high with 7.7 million gas or electricity switches taking place in 2016 – 1.7 million (28%) more than the previous year.
Co-op Energy customers on its standard variable tariff will be hit with average price rises of 5% from 1 April – but prepayment customers will see their bills reduced.
Millions of prepayment energy customers – those who pay in advance for gas and electricity using a meter – are expected to save around £80 a year when a new price cap comes into force.
Households in England and Wales will see their water bills rise by an average of 2% from April, while homes in Scotland will see their bills rise by 1.6%.
About 1.4 million Npower customers will be hit with average price hikes of 9.8% - or £109 per year – from 16 March.
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