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Britain’s energy price cap falls to £2,074 but households will see little relief

Consumers still paying almost twice as much for gas and electricity than in October 2021 despite lowering of Ofgem’s cap

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Great Britain’s energy price cap has fallen to £2,074 a year, but the average household will still pay almost double the rate for their gas and electricity than before costs started to soar.

Around 27m households can expect a modest drop in energy bills this summer after the regulator Ofgem lowered the cap on the typical annual dual-fuel tariff to reflect a steep drop in global energy prices over recent months.

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