The coronavirus crisis means more of us than ever are working from home, - check out our top tips on saving energy while in self isolation.
The coronavirus crisis has put us all in financially perilous circumstances, but it looks like there could be help for people struggling to pay their energy bills at this time.
The coronavirus crisis means more of us will be spending more and more time at home, and the extra gas and electricity usage will be adding to our energy bills.
There’s more to energy switching than simply cutting the cost of your gas and electricity bills. Here are the UK's best and worst energy companies.
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?
British Gas has dropped the minimum top-up for prepayment energy customers from £5 back to £1, following customer anger.
Ofgem’s energy price cap isn’t working. The best way to save money is by switching to a better deal. Here’s all you need to know about the price cap and switching supplier.
Ovo will have to pay an £8.9 million settlement to customers after Ofgem found it had been billing customers incorrectly, or not at all, from 2015 to 2018.
UK Households saved £2bn by switching in 2019. Fixed rate deals ending in January could push up bills by a £16m. Switch now to beat the price hikes.
Has your energy supplier tried to claim backdated payments on your bills? Did you know they can only backdate payments for 12 months? Find out more here.