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The government has announced that the Energy Price Guarantee, through which it keeps customers' energy bills at a lower level than they otherwise would have been, will be maintained at its current level until the end of June 2023.
With wholesale energy prices dropping and the Energy Price Guarantee due to stay at £2,500, suppliers could imminently be in a position to offer customers fixed deals.
Ofgem has cut the level of the energy price cap from April, though it will remain higher than the government's Energy Price Guarantee.
Uswitch has announced the launch of its demand flexibility scheme, Utrack Money Back.
Uswitch research has shown that in the wake of high energy bills, more people are now arguing about energy use than they previously were.
Although the Energy Price Guarantee is protecting customers from big price rises, some have seen a small increase since the beginning of 2023.
The long-mooted government energy-saving campaign has launched across the country with focus on Uswitch and Utrack.
Uswitch has today launched its new mobile app, Utrack, which is designed to help energy users track and change their energy usage and habits.
With more than a fifth of households saying they can only cope with rising bills by cutting their energy usage, Uswitch is encouraging customers to check, track and change their energy habits this winter.
In the wake of rocketing energy bills making life financially impossible for UK households, the UK has intervened to fix energy prices with the Energy Price Guarantee.
The second energy price cap revision of the year sees it raised to a new high of £3,549 for average use households across the UK.
With the price cap due to increase in August, Uswitch research has found that many households are vastly underestimating the amount it's likely to increase by.
With an energy price cap increase imminent, Uswitch research has found that UK households' energy debt is already extremely high.
Ofgem has confirmed that it will now review the level of the energy price cap four times a year rather than twice.
With a new Prime Minister to be appointed imminently, Uswitch has today published its Energy Crisis Plan calling for more support for UK households this coming winter.