Rising prices made energy one of the most significant household expenses in the UK in 2021. According to Ofgem, the energy market regulator, the cheapest dual-fuel tariff available last year was £1,268. That’s more than £100 a month. And prices are set to rise again in 2022 due to an increase in the energy price cap.
This guide will explain the price rises, how energy bills work, and give you some practical tips for reducing your energy use. There are actions you can take right now to reduce your energy consumption, as well as some longer-term investments that will help you in the quest for cheaper energy bills.
1. The average UK energy bill is rising
2. 5 signs your home is energy inefficient
3. Help and advice on energy bills