30.05.16 Energy payments to rise as 16 fixed tariffs end

Go Compare Man

According to GoCompare, the price comparison website (yes, that one), average annual energy prices are likely to rise by as much as £132 for customers on 16 fixed dual tariff deals which come to an end on 31 May – that's a rise of about 14% if they don't look for a new deal. 12 of these16 tariffs will automatically place customers on a more expensive variable tariff. For example, if you were on Npower's Price Fix May 2016 tariff you could see an annual average increase of over £190 with some First Utility customers seeing a hike of £380. So don't take your eye off the ball.

Source: Utility Week