​Soaring energy prices to last until the end of 2023 Apr 22, 2022

energy price cap could last almost another two years

The current hike in the energy price cap could almost last another two years, leaving millions in fuel poverty.

Last week consultancy Cornwall insight predicted that bills would stay above £2,000 for two more years.

Which means that the 8.5 million people currently being driven into fuel poverty may be forced to stay there for the foreseeable future.

Dr Richard Lowes, addressing the Scottish Parliaments Net Zero, Energy and Transport committee said:

“People have not really felt these bill impacts yet. And while we roughly know what the bill impacts will be, people’s direct debits may only have just gone up.”

However there are still ways for householders to lessen the impact, there a range of schemes available for customers to get free heating measure installations and advice centres open for you to ring.

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