Energy comparison customers hoping to switch gas tariffs to a cheaper deal might be disappointed to hear that two more energy suppliers are set to raise their prices this week.
E.ON and npower are expected to announce price hikes in the next five days, following three of the Big Six energy companies' decisions to up their tariffs following a rise in wholesale gas prices, the Independent reported.
This leaves EDF as the last of the major suppliers not to hint about future increases, although the company has reportedly not ruled out a hike.
"EDF Energy's prices are constantly under review, but it should be noted that we were the only major supplier to freeze its prices over [last] winter, when Britain endured the coldest December for 100 years," the firm stated.
This month will see customers of at lease two suppliers hit with higher bills, with ScottishPower's hike coming into effect today (August 1st) and British Gas' price rise on the 18th.
September 14th will mark the day when SSE implements increased gas and electricity costs.
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