The UK government says it expects customer to pass on cheaper energy costs in the coming months.
A Department for Energy Security and Net Zero spokesperson says current support (which becomes less generous in April) will have saved the typical household around £1,000 by the end of June.
“Government support will continue to help households with their energy bills.
“We know this is a difficult time for families, which is why the Government has covered around half of the typical household’s energy bill this winter, and by the end of June the Energy Price Guarantee will have saved a typical household in Great Britain around £1,000 since it began in October.
“In the meantime, we’re committed to helping people with rising costs by reducing inflation and growing the economy.
“The cost of energy has already been falling and we expect this to drop further over the coming months, which we fully expect suppliers to pass onto their customers.”
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