The Co-operative Energy firm has announced a price rise of 2.5% on average.
In an email to customers, the company said: "As winter sets in and some energy companies raise their prices by as much as 10%, we’ve got some good news for you to warm to.
"Co-operative Energy is raising its prices on 8 January…but only by 2.5% on average across all our customers."
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