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Nov 24, 2022

Average energy bills would have hit £4,279 in January

Sep 07, 2022

Will new PM Truss freeze the energy price cap?

Aug 04, 2022

More frequent energy price cap updates (and bill hikes) to come

Jul 26, 2022

Energy regulator ‘incompetent’ over supplier failures and price cap design

Jul 11, 2022

Average energy bills to hit £3,363 in the New Year

May 24, 2022

October energy bills to rise to £2,800

May 16, 2022

Energy price cap to be re-set every three months

May 03, 2022

Crackdown on energy suppliers hiking bills ‘beyond what is required’

Feb 16, 2022

Energy loyalty penalty: Crackdown sees tariffs offered to all

Dec 03, 2021

Energy bills could rise in April, NEA warns

Sep 10, 2021

Shell Energy is the latest utility provider to increase prices

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