October energy bills predicted to increase again Apr 26, 2022

October energy bills predicted to increase again

As temperatures drop in October energy prices are expected to rise.

National Energy Action (NEA) Chief Executive Adam Scorer recently spoke on the worrying position households will be left in if the price cap jumps as high as £2,255 in October as predicted by analysts, in a BBC interview he said:

“This is a catastrophe for many households on the lowest incomes in the least efficient homes and it is only government that is able to step in and what they have done so far the £200 loan, the £150 council tax does not touch the side.”

This is further made worse by the fact that English householders may have to wait an extra six more months to get the previously mentioned £150 tax rebate due to reports of technical issues from local authorities.

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