Energy price cap could be extended beyond 2023 and households given personalised switching advice under new Government plans
The energy price cap, which limits how much suppliers can charge households on poor value standard variable tariffs (SVTs), could be extended beyond 2023, while households on those tariffs will be given personalised switching advice, under new plans announced by the Government today.
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Small energy supplier OneSelect stops trading – what you need to know
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Outfox the Market hikes direct debits by up to 40%
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27 November 2018
Energy prices will NOT be capped at £1,137/yr, says Martin
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6 November 2018
Ebico hikes some customers' bills by £100/year
The change will hit customers on the Ebico Zero tariff – one of the few deals on the market without standing charges – on 29 November
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Octopus Energy hikes its prices by 11%
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British Gas price rise kicks in today – check now to see if you can save
Millions of British Gas dual fuel customers will be paying £44 more per year, on average, from today
1 October 2018
Npower ordered to co-operate in Ofgem's next collective switch trial
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Energy price cap could be extended beyond 2023 and households given personalised switching advice under new Government plans23 July 2021The energy price cap, which limits how much suppliers can charge households on poor value standard variable tariffs (SVTs), could be extended beyond 2023, while households on those tariffs will be given personalised switching advice, under new plans announced by the Government today.
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