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Ofgem released details of the latest changes to the price cap on 3rd February, whilst the government announced measures to soften the blow on households.

Read our blog to find out more about what this means.

An update on switching

Energy prices have hit record levels, and all suppliers have had to raise their prices. This means that right now, one of the best things to do is stay with your current provider. 

If you still want to talk to our team about Good Energy tariffs, please get in touch 

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Why are prices so high?

Wholesale gas prices rose throughout 2021, and this had a knock-on effect on the price of electricity as well. Because we pay our renewable generators a fair rate in line with the wholesale energy market, we have also been affected by high prices. 

With winter bringing cold weather across Europe and increased competition for gas supplies around the world, prices have reached record levels. 

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What to do if you’re worried about your energy bills

If you’re finding it difficult to afford your energy,contact your energy supplieras they may be able to help set up a payment plan. You can also get free independent advice about your energy bills from organisations includingCitizens Advice and National Debtline. 

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