Concerns raised over energy price rises

Concerns raised over energy price rises

People could be paying a lot more for their energy bills when new tariffs come into force.

Analysis by consumer rights group Which? finds that customers could be overpaying on their energy bills by hundreds of pounds per year when price rises come into effect in May, June and July.

Which? found that the difference between the cheapest tariff on the market (Utility Point's variable tariff) and the most expensive (NPower's standard tariff) will rise to £434 per year.

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