Thursday, 1 November 2012

UK households build up £1.2 billion of credit with energy companies


More than a £1billion is owed by energy companies to millions of customers who are overpaying on their gas and electricity bills.

A new survey has found that 55 per cent of UK households claim to currently be in credit with their gas and electricity suppliers.

The research by estimates that those households with a credit balance on their utility bills are owed £80 on average, meaning energy providers are benefiting from an extra £1.2 billion of customers’ cash.

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