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Will your energy bill rise this winter?

Energy wholesale prices are rising and many gas and electricity firms have increased prices already in 2018. Will your energy bill rise again this winter and, if it does, what are you paying for and how do companies set their prices?

The small energy firms with the big price rises

Many energy firms have raised their gas and electricity prices so far in 2018, adding £100s to consumers’ energy bills. We reveal the biggest energy price increases, the companies behind them and how to cut your energy bills.

Scottish Power announces second price rise

Scottish Power has announced its second gas and electricity prices rise of 2018, adding £46 to energy customers’ bills. Switch energy firm to save money.

British Gas raises energy prices twice in 2018

British Gas has announced its second gas and electricity price rise in 2018. This will add £44 to bills. Will the energy price rise affect you? Find out whether switching energy company will save you money.

EDF Energy increases gas and electricity prices again

EDF Energy announces its second price rise of 2018 – adding £70 to dual fuel customers’ bills who are on its standard tariff.

Eon customers’ energy bills to increase. Again

Eon announced it will raise its gas and electricity prices for customers on its standard tariff in August 2018, adding £55 to their energy bills per year.

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