Energy firms to warn customers of April bill increases

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Energy companies are set to notify their customers of upcoming bill increases from the start of April. The firms are required to provide reasonable notice to customers of any changes that may negatively impact them, as per Citizens Advice. The average household energy bill is expected to increase to £3,000 annually next month, prompting the government to review its energy support for households. Energy Secretary Grant Shapps has expressed sympathy for calls to prevent the rise in energy bills, which are currently limited by the government to £2,500 per year, plus a £400 winter discount that will end in April.

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