Cash Chats 73: The energy price cap explained

A cap on how much electricity and gas costs seems a good idea – and it is. But it’s not as simple as saying everyone is going to pay less.

In this episode of Cash Chats, I break down who the cap applies to, how it works, and why you shouldn’t get complacent. And my golden rules to make sure you don’t ever need to worry about paying too much for your energy.

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This week’s links

Energy price cap: Will you actually save money?

The easy way to cut your gas and electricity bills

The energy comparison con, and why there’s now a fair way to find cheaper energy

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2 thoughts on “Cash Chats 73: The energy price cap explained

  1. Thanks Andy for this post, pushed me to sort out my Electricity, joined up with MSE energy club, and actually staying with the same supplier but changing tariff and fixing will save me £50 this year!

    1. That’s great! Yeah I did the same last time. Though I might go green next year


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