What to look out for ahead of tomorrow’s energy price cap announcement

With families across the capital feeling the pinch of the cost of living crisis over the past year, many will be eagerly awaiting tomorrow’s new energy price cap announcement by Ofgem.

It’s predicted the cap will be just over £2,000 which means energy bills are likely to fall from the current £2,500 in July.

But with fixed and variable tariffs on offer, it might all be a little confusing as to how to save as much as possible.

Henry spoke to energy expert Natalie from Uswitch about tomorrow’s announcement and all the tips you need.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 24th May 2023

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