Profits set to soar for UK’s energy suppliers at consumers’ expense
The UK’s largest energy suppliers are set to record huge profits over the course of 2013, all at the customers’ expense, a report from Ofgem reveals.
The regulator’s figures paint a fairly dire picture of what consumers will face in the near future, in terms of energy-related spending. According to this report, the average domestic electricity and gas bill will reach an average of £1,420 over the course of 2013, which is around 8% higher than last year.
On the other hand, since the wholesale prices for energy have actually decreased compared to 2012, the extra £110 (on average) will go straight to the energy suppliers’ bank accounts, practically tripling their margin of profits.
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