Energy firms face deadline in review of direct debit hikes

A spokesman for Energy UK, which represents energy companies, said: “Suppliers are required to set [direct debits] at a fair and reasonable level based on the customer’s individual circumstances, taking into account factors like previous energy use or record with previous payments.

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