Energy prices set to fall

Energy prices set to fall

The energy regulator Ofgem has confirmed that the price cap is due to fall with effect from 1 July - 30 September 2024.

It means that a typical energy bill in Britain will be £1,568 for a dual fuel account paying by Direct Debit.

This is a fall of 7% on April’s price cap.

The cap however is not a total lid on the overall bill – it’s the unit rates which are capped and so your bill could be higher or lower depending on , how much energy you use.

At Act on Energy we know that the fall will be a relief for many people – but we also know by the sheer number of people that we’re helping, that many will continue to struggle to meet their energy bills

The rates of those in fuel poverty continue to rise and the West Midlands already has the highest number of households in fuel poverty in the country.

If you’re worried about managing your energy bills, please don’t worry alone.

If you live in Worcestershire, Warwickshire and within the wider West Midlands Combined Authority you can call our freephone helpline to talk to an expert energy advisor for free.

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