At UKPower we're dedicated to helping households save money by switching their gas and electricity. However, we also believe that having access to the correct knowledge is another vital tool in the war against rising energy prices. We often work with a variety of mainstream media companies to help spread the saving word - in fact you may have seen us around:
UKPower's resident energy expert Scott Byrom joined the BBC breakfast team to discuss the implications of the proposed Big Six price increase.
When the UK's small energy suppliers began challenging the Big Six for market share, the BBC Breakfast team asked Scott Byrom to join them and explain what implications this could have for the domestic energy market.
Our resident energy expert Scott Byrom was approached by the BBC Watchdog team to provide expert tips and advice to help consumers save money on their home energy bills.
As well as regular appearances on TV, UKPower.co.uk also works closely with a number of media publications to provide an accurate market commentary on key energy topics. Below are a few examples of where you may have seen our comments appear across popular news websites.
A number of publications including the Daily Mail sought the opinion of UKPower.co.uk amid reports that British Gas are planning a 10% hike in energy prices this autumn.
Following reports that British Gas customers could expect an average increase of £120 in their energy bills, The Express sought the expert opinion of Scott Byrom on the matter.
UKPower.co.uk provide data to show that British Gas' latest offer of free energy on a Saturday for it's smart meter customers may actually not be as good a deal as it sounds on the surface and you would probably be better off switching supplier.
Scott provides commentary on the need for consumers to take regular action against rising energy costs to keep the gas and electricity market competitive and to keep their own bills down.
In an article from the Telegraph suggesting that energy billing errors are leaving approximately a quarter of all households out of pocket each year, UKPower.co.uk is cited as a useful comparison tool to ensure you are on the cheapest tariff available to you.
Within analysis showing that nearly half of all business energy usage occurs outside of working hours, John Altamura from UKPower.co.uk provides advice for small businesses to help keep their energy overheads down.
In this article The Telegraph used the expert knowledge at UKPower.co.uk to generate energy bill figures and toi support their article.
The Telegraph approached our resident energy expert Scott Byrom for his opinion when a three-bed household received a bill for over £50,000 for their gas.
UKPower.co.uk were able to assist the Telegraph in writing this article by providing them with figures and information on the UK energy industry.
UKPower.co.uk, along with one of their partners, provided Bdaily with a number of statistics to help support their article which argues the merits of smaller energy suppliers.
50 Connect approached UKPower.co.uk to be included in their list of websites that actively help consumers save money. Of course, we were more than happy to oblige.