Energy bills have already skyrocketed this year with the amount a household pays for each kilowatt hour of electricity rising to 34p from October 1.
At the same time, gas prices will increase from 7p to 10p per kilowatt hour, meaning the typical household in the UK will spend around £2,500 on its energy bills.
However, customers will pay more than £2,500 if they use more than a typical household.
According to Ofgem, the average household in the UK has 2.4 people living in it and uses 2,900 kWh of electricity and 12,000 kWh of gas each year.
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