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02 December

Millions could face fuel poverty this winter as a result of rising energy bills

It is estimated that as many as 150,000 pensioners could fall into fuel poverty this winter and around 1.1 million will struggle to pay their bills. Read more.

22 November

Bulb Energy set to enter administration

Bulb is the latest energy supplier to find itself struggling and has been placed into special administration. What next for Bulb customers and the energy industry?

19 October

What are heat pumps?

Heat pumps are an alternative to gas boilers and a big part of the UK’s decarbonisation plans. Here’s more on how they work and how to get one for your home

07 October

Should you switch energy suppliers?

Energy prices have risen to unusually high levels. But why is this happening? What should you do if your fixed-rate deal is ending soon? And why are there no prices online? Read on to find out.

04 October

Should energy efficiency take priority over a price cap?

The government has confirmed a price cap to curb 'rip-off energy bills', but should it concentrate on the UK’s domestic energy-efficiency problem?

07 September

Gas Safety Week – How Safe is your Home?

Gas Safety Week is an annual safety week to raise awareness of gas safety around the home and workplace, here is how you can ensure your home is gas safe.

01 September

How to bleed a radiators in 5 simple steps

If your radiators aren't heating your home properly, it could be because air bubbles are trapped in the system. In which case they'll need bleeding, here's how...

31 August

Loyalty doesn’t pay – switching is the way

Energy companies make their money from customer inertia – if you don’t switch supplier when your current deal ends, you’ll be overpaying for energy.

16 August

Rise in gas prices could see energy suppliers go bust

Renewable energy deadlines and record highs on the UK gas market mean a string of small suppliers could potentially go bust by the end of August.

26 July

10 top tips to help reduce your utility bills

Whether you’re a business, a homeowner, a tenant, or living at home with your parents, there are a few things you can do to cut the amount of energy and water you use, and help reduce your bills.