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Electricity & Gas: Future Prices?

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Does any have an idea what might happen to electricity and gas prices over the next 12 - 24 months?

I am looking at changing my tariff. There are so many different deals - it is very confusing.

It is easy to find the cheapest online / direct debit normal tariff, but some deals fix prices until Dec 2013 or even 2015.

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Does any have an idea what might happen to electricity and gas prices over the next 12 - 24 months?

I am looking at changing my tariff. There are so many different deals - it is very confusing.

It is easy to find the cheapest online / direct debit normal tariff, but some deals fix prices until Dec 2013 or even 2015.

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Does anyone have an idea what might happen to electricity and gas prices over the next 12 - 24 months?

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Lets be honest.

Can anyone out there, really see a provider of Gas or Electric cutting their prices? I mean seriously. They aren't going to be cut by anything significant ever.

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I switched last month, today I got a letter saying that I'm on the regular tariff and prices are rising.

This is the thing. My tariff ends in a few weeks, and I have looked into switching but not all have raised there prices yet. Secondly I had huge problems switching last time (overlapping meter readings so I was paying twice).

I would go into a fix, but most are only a year which isn't worth the hassle.

For my company (we spent +10k a year) I have just signed up for a 3year contract, but half of the reason was the amount of work it takes every year and it was only £200-300 more per year.

Oh, and I found it far easier to switch for a company and work out the costs - much more difficult for consumers, even finding out the per Kwh charge and tiers is difficult enough.

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