Energy price cap could leave customers £200 a year out of pocket

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Householders could be left more than £200 a year out of pocket as the energy regulator has admitted a cap on bills which comes into force today could reduce the number of customers shopping around for a…

  • Sam Meadows
  • Telegraph

The cap, which applies to the default energy tariffs paid by consumers after any fixed-rate period comes to an end, prevents suppliers charging the average household more than £1,137 a…

Ofgem said the cap will help the 11 million households who have stayed loyal to their supplier and…

However, the regulator’s own impact assessments suggest that the cap could reduce by around a…

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