From October 1, the worth of every kilowatt hour of electricity increased to 34p while gas prices shot as much as 10p per kilowatt hour.
It means households will likely be faced with energy bills which might be greater than double what they were this time last yr.
In keeping with Ofgem, the common household within the UK has 2.4 people living in it and uses 2,900 kWh of electricity and 12,000 kWh of gas annually.
But when people use greater than this they are going to pay greater than the £2,500 price quoted for individuals with typical use.
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