Energy prices have now fallen to their lowest level for two years, but experts are urging people to stick to savings habits because bills remain expensive.

The annual bill for a household using a typical amount of gas and electricity has dropped by £238, to £1,690, under regulator Ofgem's latest price cap.

But energy saving tips, such as using songs to time four-minute showers, should be maintained, advisers say.

The fixed standing charge element of bills has risen from Monday.