Exact amount you pay for energy based on where you live

MILLIONS of households will end up paying up to £121 more towards their energy bills just because of where they live.Households in North Wales, Cheshire and parts of Merseyside will pay the highest rates for their electricity this year, according to the BBC.
2Households in some regions will pay more than average and others lessCredit: Getty
2Households in the North East will pay the lowest average unit rates for their gas and electricity
They will pay 2p more per kWh for electricity than the national average of 34p per kWh.
It means people living in these areas will end up forking out an additional £66 a year, compared to those that are charged closer to the national average annual bill of £2,500.
But households in some regions could end up paying less than the national average for each unit of energy used.
Customers living in North East England on a duel-fuel tariff that pay their energy bills by direct debit will pay £55 less than the national average over the next year.

That’s the cheapest unit cost households will be charged in any area.
It means those living in the priciest area of North Wales and Mersey are paying up to £121 more than those in the cheapest areas.
Households are paid different unit rates depending on their UK region because it costs energy suppliers and the National Grid a different amount to service different areas.
And according to Uswitch, there are three main reasons why energy prices are different across UK regions.
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Energy firms come under a limit on how much gas and electricity they can sell in any given region and this can cause prices to fluctuate.
The cost of energy sold by the National Grid varies in each region as well as how much the local energy distributors for the region charge suppliers for that energy – leading to fluctuating prices.
The PM Liz Truss first announced a freeze on energy bills for two years in a bumper cost of living support package first announced on September 8.
The new Energy Price Guarantee (EPG) came into force on October 1 and will save the average household £1,000 over the next year.
The EPG puts a cap on the wholesale cost of domestic …