Including apparently the Inland Revenue, Which it seems is happy to accept donations.
There are NO tariffs meaningfully cheaper than the current cap
Yet there are fixes cheaper than the predicted October cap
https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/utili ... orth-it--/If you're offered a year's fix at no more than 40% above your current price-capped tariff, or 45% more if you very strongly value budgeting certainty, it's worth considering.
https://www.theguardian.com/business/20 ... kraine-warThe French state now holds an 84% stake in the company, one of the world’s biggest electricity producers.
Martin Lewis wrote:I've just got the latest price cap predictions from @CornwallInsight. A huge spike in the key year-ahead wholesale price means
OCT cap prediction UP 64% (so £3,244/yr on typical bills)
JAN cap prediction UP 4% (so £3,363/yr)
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