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Energy firms to cut average prepay prices next month to hit cap – but some customers will actually pay more

Many UK households which prepay for energy will see their bills drop from April while some will see increases

E.on to hike dual-fuel energy prices by 8.8% next month

The 'big six' energy supplier has become the latest firm to hike bills for homes on standard variable tariffs

Regulator to quiz energy firms over exit fees after MSE investigation

Ofgem is contacting major energy suppliers to check customers with fixes ending have been given correct exit fee info

Utilita to increase dual fuel energy prices by 2.9% – check now to see if you can save

Prepay supplier Utilita is the latest firm to decide to hike prices, with almost half a million customers affected

Energy switching at six-year high – search for the cheapest deals

Energy switching rose 30% in 2016 compared with the previous year – but most are still overpaying on standard tariffs

First Utility hikes standard tariff prices by 9.7% – check NOW if you can save

More than 100,000 customers on the firm's standard variable tariff will face an average 9.7% hike from 1 April

For heaven's sake, energy hikes now mean you could be burning £350/yr unnecessarily – just sort it

Energy price hikes are coming thick and fast, so we wanted to update you with the situation right now

Scottish Power to hike dual fuel bills by 7.8% – but British Gas freezes prices until August

Scottish Power has become the latest big six energy firm to hike prices

Stricter testing for new energy suppliers mooted by Ofgem

Energy customers could be given more protection of Ofgem introduce additional stress testing

New prepayment price cap 'to cut £80 from energy bills'

The levels at which a temporary prepayment price cap have been set out by the energy regulator Ofgem

Ofgem launches trials to help prevent energy customers from overpaying

Energy regulator Ofgem is pushing ahead with plans to encourage customers to find the best deals

Record numbers switched electricity supplier in 2016

Last year, around a million more people switched their electricity supply than in 2015

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