With two of the Big Six energy suppliers' price hikes coming into effect this week, consumers might be temped to compare energy offerings from other companies and switch gas and electricity tariffs.
E.ON customers will be hit with an 18 per cent rise in the cost of gas and an 11 per cent hike in electricity charges tomorrow (September 13th), which could add £114 and £56 respectively to the bills of an average customer.
Meanwhile, those who use gas and electricity supplied by Scottish and Southern Energy will face a 19 per cent and a 12 per cent increase respectively on Wednesday (September 14th), which will cost an extra £122 and £52 a year, according to the Guardian.
However, small energy supplier Ovo has pledged to keep cheap energy prices stable, cutting its gas costs by three per cent and holding the price of its dual fuel offers.
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