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Pls share to stop confusion. THERE IS NO £2,500 CAP ON ENERGY BILLS. Instead the new 1 Oct guarantee, like the old caps, limits - Daily charge (28p gas, 46p elec) - & Unit rates (10p/kWh gas, 34p/kWh elec) So use more, pay more. £2,500 is just what someone with avg use'd pay

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PS the standing charges and unit rates are the average for Direct Debit (it varies by region). It's 2% ish higher for prepay, and 9%ish higher for payment in receipt of bills. Full info moneysavingexpert.com/utilit…
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The amount of people I have had to explain this to as an electric car owner is amazing - all thinking I will only pay £2.5k a year for as many miles as I like. Painful to have to explain each time especially those paying more than that currently and think it will come down!
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Can't belive people think electric cars are a good idea...there was info about this months and months ago you'll end up paying more for your terrible waste of money electric cars
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Th price cap is th maximum energy firms can charge per kWh and for th daily standing charge. The £2500 is a helpful figure to show how much this would cost IF YOU'RE AN AVERAGE ENERGY USER. Use more, pay more. Use less, pay less. Most ppl can't be bothered to do sums or research!
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i thought it was 32p kw its gone up?
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That's mine.... atleast ill get a reduction 🤣🤣
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Cue the sound of a million thermostats being turned off from 25c.
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Who the heck leaves their thermo at 25 anyway?! Mine barely ever goes over 22 at most. Put a jumper on!
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Martin, why do they even use this language in the first place? It's ridiculous to refer to it as a cap when it isn't. You can see why some people can get confused by it.
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cos if he didn't when people here the word cap they will be confused so he has to use same jargon
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