Wholesale costs see price cap rise by £100

A big increase in wholesale costs has resulted in the next default price cap being raised by almost £100, Ofgem has confirmed. Additionally the default cap allows suppliers to claim £23 to cover higher levels of bad debt from more customers being unable to pay their energy bills due to the impact of Covid.

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