Energy Bills Keep Climbing and Customers Should Keep Switching, Says

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

LONDON, March 16, 2011 - With all of big energy providers having announced price increases over
the last few months, household bills for the first quarter of 2011 are likely
to be the highest customers have known them. Taking E.ON as an example,
average bills will increase by 3% for gas and 9% for electricity, meaning a
GBP62 price hike for cash or cheque customers up to GBP1249.

Leading price comparison website, helped
customers save over GBP4.5m on their household utility bills during 2010 and
is determined to help more do the same in 2011.

"Significant savings can be made by changing energy ( supplier," says Jeremy Moll,
Commercial Director "Start with an online comparison
to see how much of a better deal you can get. Quite often there's a discount
for switching to a new supplier online."

2010 was reportedly the coldest winter for a century, making heat at home
more in demand than ever. Combined with rising fuel prices and the recession,
household bills could be a major issue for people in 2011.

Jeremy Moll adds: "Price comparison sites are a new way for customers to
see if they are getting a good deal, and if they aren't to make sure they
are! We are helping thousands of customers each day to save money.
comparethemarket.comis there for them to ensure they continue to find a
better deal on energy bills."

Working with some of the UK's biggest providers,
constantly compares the best deals and rates on the market to ensure that the
customer gets the greatest saving for them.

For further press information, please contact: Simon Walsh at Good Relations, Tel: +44(0)20-7861-3184, Email: comparethemarketpressoffice at

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