British Gas 12.5% electricity price hike 'will hit those on poor value tariffs'



British Gas's move to hike electricity prices by 12.5% for 3.1 million customers will hit those already on poor-value energy tariffs, the Government has warned.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) raised concerns over the energy giant's price rise and called for "rapid progress" on regulator Ofgem's plans for reform.
British Gas said its electricity prices would go up on September 15 and would mean an average dual fuel bill for a typical annual household tariff will rise by £76 to £1,120 - a 7.3% increase.
The Centrica-owned group said it will give... read more

 
1 August 2017 in Regional West, Views: 36
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