Is action required on your energy bills, especially if you are on an expiring fixed tariff…..
you should compare prices and find the next tariff to use.
If you don’t act, your energy company will very likely move you over to their standard variable rate which may cost far more.
Fixed tariffs are just that, fixed price and fixed expiry date. Unless you choose a new tariff at the end of the fixed tariff, your supplier will probably put you on a standard default tariff which will be more expensive than other tariffs available.
Instead of slipping over in to a standard variable tariff, it’s best to check your options by running an energy price comparison.