Here’s the latest e-newsletter from the Energy Saving Trust.
Did you know that from 1 July, energy bills will be around £2,074 a year for a typical household in England, Scotland and Wales?
This is around £420 lower than a typical household is currently paying annually.
However, energy bills are still higher than they were before the pandemic, and they’re predicted to remain high until the end of the decade.
Find out more about the upcoming changes to energy bills in our updated price cap blog.
The team at Energy Saving Trust
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News and opinion
- In our response to the Ofgem price cap, Mike Thornton, our chief executive, said that while the price of energy bills is expected to come down, more needs to be done to address the energy crisis and the climate emergency.
- The Ofgem Energy Redress Scheme has awarded a further £3 million in funding to projects. The money has been distributed to organisations in Great Britain to provide energy advice, support decarbonisation and develop energy-focused services.
If you need tailored energy advice for your home: