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Posted on 10th January, 2019 by Lincoln Against Poverty
Earlier this year the government passed legislation that allows the energy regulator, Ofgem, to cap the price that customers on default tariffs pay for their gas and electricity. Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire has provided the following update on how the price cap could affect bill payers, together with provided some useful links to help reduce energy bills.
Helping clients understand what the price cap means for them Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire have 4 key messages around the cap:
Resources for you to use
Bill payers are encouraged to visit the public advice page to check if they are affected by an energy price cap. Citizens Advice will continue to monitor feedback on this web page and make adjustments as required. An advice sheet on what the energy price cap could mean is also available to view.