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Energy bills may fall next year says Scottish and Southern Energy

13 November 2008 / by Rebecca Sargent
As it released its financial half year report today, Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) raised the hopes of millions of Brits struggling to pay their gas and electricity bills this winter.

The UK’s second largest energy provider announced: “If wholesale prices for electricity and gas maintain a downward trend, SSE is optimistic that it will be able to deliver reduction in prices for domestic customers during the early part of 2009.”

SSE raised its gas and electricity prices in August this year as the ‘big six’ UK energy companies succumbed to rising wholesale costs.

SSE customers saw the price of gas rise by 29 per cent and electricity by 19 per cent.

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