Npower to raise energy prices by 10.4%

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-24607242

Image of an electricity pylon treeEnergy firm Npower has become the third major supplier to announce price rises, with a dual-fuel bill to go up 10.4%.

The price rise will take effect on 1 December, and is the highest increase announced by any supplier so far.

SSE will increase prices by 8.2% from 15 November and British Gas said prices would go up by 9.2% on 23 November.

The Npower increase includes an electricity price rise of 9.3% and a gas price rise of 11.1%. The move will affect 3.1 million customers.

The change will add an extra £137 to an annual average dual-fuel bill, taking it to £1,459.

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