29/04/2022

SSE And Budget Energy Announce Price Increases

SSE and Budget Energy have both announced an increase in their Northern Irish electricity prices, affecting some 248,000 domestic customers.

According to reports, Budget Energy prices will increase by 27% from 27 May, while SSE prices will rise by 33% from 01 June.
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As with other energy suppliers, the prices rise are being blamed on "high and volatile prices on global wholesale energy markets".


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