Confirmed supplier price rises for 1st October

Scottish Power is the latest to announce price hike.

By Matt Maynard · 2nd September 2021

Following Ofgem's price rise announcement, the following table contains all the suppliers who have confirmed that their standard variable tariffs will be going up, and by how much.

Suppliers will be announcing price rises over the next few weeks, so keep your eyes peeled for your own supplier making a price rise announcement.

Supplier name Standard variable price rise New standard variable price*
EDF £139 £1,277
SSE £138 £1,276
OVO Energy £139 £1,277
Bulb £139 £1,277
British Gas £139 £1,277
Scottish Power £139 £1,277

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*Using the nation’s typical annual energy usage per household - 12,000 kWh pa of gas and 2,900 kWh pa of electricity.

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