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E.ON is first big six firm to raise energy bills after Ofgem cap change

Rise comes days after regulator increased cap on default tariffs due to higher wholesale costs

Millions of E.ON customers will have their energy bills increased by 10% from April, after the German company became the first of the big six suppliers to announce new tariffs in response to the government’s price cap being raised.

The rise comes less than a week after the regulator Ofgem increased the cap on default tariffs to £1,254 a year for a typical household, because of higher wholesale costs.

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