Gas prices: what if they do not fall in 2022?

;a real spike in gas prices in recent months. For households using gas as a means of cooking, but also for heating, successive increases will seriously undermin

Gas prices: what if they do not fall in 2022?
;a real spike in gas prices in recent months. For households using gas as a means of cooking, but also for heating, successive increases will seriously undermine the end-of-year budget. The Commission de Régulation de l'énergie (CRE) has indeed announced shambolic increases in recent months, these increases acting on the regulated gas tariffs charged by Engie. They act in turn on market prices. We summarize what has happened in recent months:

+10% in July 2021 +5% in August 2021 +8.7% in September 2021 +12.6% in October 2021 +15% announced on November 1, 2021.

The government recently announced the payment of an additional 100 euros energy cheque for the 5.8 million households receiving the energy cheque. Payment is scheduled for December. To learn more, see our dedicated article:

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Energy check: for whom and what amount in 2021?

When will regulated gas tariffs disappear?

Still dependent on regulated gas prices? This price increase is not the only reason to look elsewhere! Since the Energy and Climate law adopted in 2019, regulated tariffs are gradually disappearing.  Engie has stopped marketing new contracts at regulated sales rates (TRV), since November 2019, which means that you will soon change your contract. If you have an ENGIE contract, don't panic. It remains valid until June 30, 2023.

How to compare gas prices?

Date Of Update: 08 October 2021, 00:01

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