Brits are overspending on their energy bills by £2billion a year by failing to switch suppliers

Brits are overspending on their energy bills by £2billion a year by failing to switch suppliers

BRITS overspend by £2billion a year on their energy bills because they fail to change suppliers, campaigners say.
Over 11 million households remain with the same supplier for over 12 months and have missed out on a potential average annual saving of £187, according research from Look After My Bills.
Getty – Contributor Brits are missing out on a potential annual saving of £187 by not switching energy suppliers
The Sun previously revealed how from April 1 UK households were hit with 11 price hikes with the average annual energy bill increased by £117.
Energy watchdog Ofgem announced in February it was increasing its price cap — allowing Big Six firms to raise default tariff prices to £1,254.
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Look After My Bills launched last year after its founders struck the best deal ever in Dragons’ Den and secured a £120,000 investment from Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani for just three per cent of their business.
Dragon Jenny Campbell said: “So many people are too busy to switch every year, meaning they get punished with ever-increasing, non-competitive, energy bills.”
Co-founder Will Hodson added: “Realising that the UK is wasting over £2bn by being on the wrong tariff has really motivated us to keep working for consumers and to fix the energy market.”
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