On Friday, the energy regulator Ofgem announced it is raising the energy price cap to £3,549 a year in October.
Millions of households around the UK are concerned about how they will pay their bills in the autumn. The Guardian’s consumer and money editor, Rupert Jones, tells Hannah Moore what it means for your energy bills and offers some suggestions on ways to make some savings. He reflects on how difficult it is to advise readers when their options feel increasingly limited.
This article was written by Presented by Hannah Moore with Rupert Jones; produced by Clizia Sala, Hareem Khan and Rudi Zygadlo; executive producers Elizabeth Cassin and Phil Maynard and originally published on www.theguardian.com