Regulator Ofgem will lift price cap on tariffs to pre-pandemic levels

Energy bills will rise for about 15 million households in Great Britain from April after the regulator, Ofgem, lifted the price cap on standard tariffs back to pre-pandemic levels.

Ofgem said that for six months from April the price cap will increase by £96 to £1,138 for 11 million customers on a standard dual-fuel energy tariff, and by £87 to £1,156 for 4 million prepayment meter customers.

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