Two more UK energy suppliers have gone bust, taking the total number of energy suppliers who have ceased trading to 16 since January 2018.
The energy price cap has been reviewed again, and it won’t help all households. Switching remains the best way to save. So what’s the problem with the price cap?
2019 could be the worst year on record for price hikes, as energy suppliers are cynically using the price cap as an excuse to push up prices across the board.
SSE is to abandon the domestic energy market by next year, after losing over half a million customers in the last 12 months. How will this affect energy customers?
If your kids are keen gamers, their gaming habits could be pushing your energy bills through the roof! Here’s what to do if your energy bills are too high.
Council-owned energy firms have cut bills for thousands of households, but some have been bailed out by taxpayer loans. Are council-owned energy firms failing?
Switching energy supplier could cut your energy bills by hundreds of pounds. If you're still unsure about switching, let us bust those energy switching myths.
2018 was the worst ever year for energy price rises, and 2019 is set to be another tough year for UK households. Here’s how to beat the energy price hikes.
The energy price cap has been in place just over a month, and Ofgem has announced it’s going up by 10%. Is the price cap doing more harm than good?
Why are so many energy suppliers going bust? And should this make you think twice about switching away from the Big Six? We take a closer look and offer some invaluable energy swithcing advice.