‘I’m worried about my energy bills!’ Recent reports claim that approximately 40% of the British public are anxious when it comes to energy bill payments.

According to the latest figures published in the BEIS Public Attitudes Tracker, the number of billpayers has increased by another 4% since March 2020.

Since last March, an estimated quarter of the public state that they have changed their utilities suppliers within the last year, and an additional 45% say that they switched suppliers over a year ago.

Further research has proven that 43% of the public are more inclined to trust a supplier which improves there energy efficiency by ensuring relevant measures were installed.

It has never been easier to finally address utility bill payments with consumers taking control over their suppliers.

The accessibility to price comparisons on energy has drastically improved and the urge to use them has never been more important, to ensure these anxieties are removed once and for all.

‘I’m worried about my energy bills!’

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