British Gas to raise electricity prices
British Gas will increase electricity prices by 12.5% from mid-September, its owner Centrica has said.
However, the company’s gas prices will be held at their current level.
The average annual dual-fuel bill for a typical household on a standard tariff will rise by £76 to £1,120, up by 7.3%.
British Gas had frozen its gas and electricity prices for six months in February, saying at the time it was able to do so by cutting costs to offset higher wholesale prices.
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