The new year price cap Jan 02, 2024

January price cap

We are back in the office and ready to help with the new energy price cap introduced by Ofgem on January 1.

Millions are set to see their energy bills become more expensive with a five percent average increase.

A household using a typical amount of gas and electricity, paying by direct debit, will see their annual bill go up by £94 from £1,834 to £1,928.

Households on prepayment meters will see their typical annual bill rise to £1,960 whilst those who pay their bills every three months by cash or cheque now have a typical annual bill of £2,058.

But don't worry, our experts are here to provide you with the information you need to save money and help protect the environment.

By advising on easy changes, we could help you save more than £500 whilst also helping you to access free funding for home upgrades like insulation or solar panels.

Simply call our Warmer Homes Advice Line on 03301 359 110 to get started, we will even send you a free energy advice pack!

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