Friday, 15 February 2013

EDF makes £801m in UK as energy bills soar as it hikes family tariffs by an inflation-busting 10%


EDF made profits of £801million from its UK operations last year as bills soared four times faster than inflation, leading to claims it was ‘recession-proof’.

The figure is the equivalent of £220 for every one of the 3.7million homes supplied by the French-owned energy giant.

It hiked family tariffs by an inflation-busting 10.8 per cent in December, taking the average annual bill to £1,251 a year and plunging millions into misery just as winter hit.

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