Domestic Energy

06 November

Will the energy price cap save you money?

Don’t wait for the price cap to kick in – switching energy supplier is the most effective way to make big savings on your energy bills.

30 October

How to prepare your home for winter in 6 simple steps

The clocks have gone back, the big coat is back out, and the first morning frost has been scraped from your windscreen – it’s time to prepare your home for winter.

23 October

How to save energy when the clocks go back

The clocks go back this weekend,and the darker, colder days mean that most of us use more energy in winter than at any other time of the year. Here's how to save energy when the clocks go back.

16 October

Should fracking be banned in the UK?

What is fracking? Why is it so divisive? And could it really lead to lower energy bills? We examine the pros and cons of shale gas extraction in the UK.

09 October

How to fight climate change from home

An IPCC report on has shown climate change is an even more pressing problem than previously thought. Here’s how you can fight global warming from home.

02 October

Will Brexit lead to higher energy bills?

The UK’s exit from the European Union (EU) could lead to higher energy bills, according to a House of Lords committee. Here's why we could be paying more from 2019.

20 September

Energy theft – are you at risk?

Energy theft is costing the UK around £500 million every year – that’s at least £20 per person - here's how to spot and report a meter cheater.

14 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.

11 September

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.

10 September

How to bleed your 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...

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