Apr 12, 2018

EDF Energy raises electricity prices by 2.7%

EDF Energy is raising its electricity prices by 2.7%, days after British Gas raised prices for 4.1 million of its customers. EDF's move, which will affect 1.3 million customers, will see electricity prices rise, but gas prices remain unchanged from 7 June. "Béatrice Bigois, EDF Energy managing director of customers, said:"We know that price rises are not welcome and we have worked to offset rising energy and policy charges by cutting our own costs. The price rise comes after EDF raised electricity prices twice last year, putting them up by 8.4% in March and 9% in June. The latest change has been announced two days after the UK's largest domestic energy supplier, British Gas, said it would raise gas and electricity prices by 5.5%, or £60 a year, for customers on default deals from 29 May. That price rise was branded as "Unjustified" by the government.

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