Energy price cap: Three things to do before your bills rise
News / Fri 30th Sep 2022 pm30 01:35pm
MOST households will see their energy bills rise on Saturday, as the new energy price guarantee comes into effect reports the BBC.
The rise is less than had previously been expected, after the government announced it would cap domestic bills to prevent widespread hardship.
But it is still significant. A typical household’s energy bill will rise from £1,971 to £2,500 – that’s double what it was last winter.
So what can you do to try to prepare for higher bills?
Though most energy-cutting tips won’t make enough of a saving to offset the total impact of soaring bills, there are some ways to make sure you are paying the right bills and to help ease the mounting costs.
Click below for more details.
One more thing - according to Liz Truss: Your bill will not exceed $2500, so you can burn as much leccy as you want. She is wrong, of course. It says something that the Prime Minister does not even understand the policies they are implementing. Bring back the days when we could afford to import cheese.
Bit late now, but the 4th thing is to wash all your bedding and towels before the increase