Byadmin inFamily, Household Bills, Latest news March 15, 20220
Consumers have started receiving letters and emails from their energy suppliers regarding price hikes, with the average bill expected to rise to £1,971 from 1st April.
While many may feel powerless to do anything about the rising costs, there are some important steps that people can take over the next few weeks to ensure their bills are as low as they can be.
Uswitch.com offers some tips on how to get prepared for the increases:
Justina Miltienyte, energy expert at Uswitch.com, says: “Energy prices are about to go up but this does not mean you are completely powerless. By taking some simple steps ahead of 1st April and taking control of your energy use and bills, you can make sure that you are best prepared for the incoming increases.
“While there is nothing you can do to reduce the actual cost of energy, you can get into good energy saving habits in order to save money around the home and reduce your overall bill.
“However, if you are worried about getting into debt, get in touch with your provider as soon as possible, as they can help you find a solution.”energy bills Household Bills money saving tips Uswitch.com utility bills2022-03-15adminShare
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