posted by Dale Hoyland on 17 May 2012
The UK's largest energy supplier has recently announced that fuel bills are very likely to increase once again this year.
This is cited as resulting from the rising cost of wholesale market prices, transportation costs and green taxes. For a customer who's current annual heating costs are £1,125, the increase will be around £100.
For people already struggling to afford adequate heating, this could be the breaking factor. Costs to the average household have already increased by around £200 since the end of 2010. For more information on fuel poverty, please follow the associated link on the right.
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