Gas and electricity news and energy saving tips

01 Oct

How to manage your student utility bills

It’s time to go back to university – here’s how to manage your student utility bills, to keep costs in check and make that student loan go a little further.

18 Aug

How many people switch energy?

2020 looks set to be another record year for energy switching - here’s why now is the time to switch to a better deal for gas and electricity.

31 Jul

Why it’s time to generate your own business electricity

Wind and solar sources now generate more electricity in the UK than nuclear power. Here’s why it’s time your business started generating its own power.

06 Jul

What’s the problem with smart meters?

Smart meters are getting a bad press, largely due to lower than expected savings & technical issues. But here’s why smart meters are about more than saving money.

28 May

Can your energy supplier stop you switching?

Energy suppliers have been blocking certain price comparison services to stop customers switching – but are suppliers actually allowed to block switches?

18 May

How to save energy and switch supplier this summer

If your fixed rate energy deal is up in the next couple of months, a summer switch could knock hundreds of pounds off your winter energy bills.

14 May

How much energy are you using?

How much energy do you use? 85% of households have no idea, according to a new study. Here’s why you need to know your energy use to help cut costs.

15 Apr

Should you switch to a small energy supplier?

Although there are more than 70 energy suppliers to choose from, 75% of households are still with the Big Six. Is it time you switched to a smaller supplier?

01 Apr

How to save energy and cut business costs

Energy efficiency goes beyond cutting carbon footprints – check out UK Power’s 5 top energy saving tips to see how your business can save money.

26 Feb

Is it safe to switch to a smaller business energy supplier?

If you're switching business energy supplier, you may see a range of smaller operators offering cheaper rates. But is it safe to go with a smaller supplier?


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