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Rising energy bills are responsible for driving up inflation and have become so expensive debt charities warn they are contributing to rising household debt levels.
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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.
Energy suppliers will be forced by the regulator to take part in trials, which will start this summer, to find out the best ways of helping disengaged customers to get a better deal.
Citizens Advice has launched its first ever complaints league table for small business customers to check how energy suppliers compare.
With cold winter weather hitting much of the UK, a charity is urging people to check their eligibility for the Winter Fuel Payment scheme now.
Households may be able to claim a ‘Cold Weather Payment’, as the Met Office has issued a severe weather warning, with temperatures set to plummet between now and Friday (6 January).
EDF customers on a standard variable tariff will see their gas bills fall by up to 12.9% from 6 January 2017, but electricity prices will be hiked by up to 8.4% from 1 March.
Households are being urged to check their energy prices and consider fixing, as experts warn that gas and electricity prices are likely to continue rising in 2017 by as much as 5%.
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