Energy Prices

13 November

How to save money on your energy bills this Christmas

UK households are expected to spend a whopping £41m on energy bills this Christmas day. Here's how to trim those festive gas and electricity bills.

18 September

Can local councils cut energy prices and help you go green?

Could local authority owned energy companies help offer households a fairer deal on energy, cut bills for millions of customers and even go green?

07 August

The truth about the energy price cap

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?

16 July

Will the UK suffer energy shortages after Brexit?

The UK could suffer gas supply shortages and increased energy costs when it leaves the EU, according to industry experts. We take a closer look at the problem and what you can do about it.

27 June

2019 - A record year for price hikes?

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.

21 May

Are video games making your energy bills rocket?

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.

30 April

Do you hate your energy company?

Energy suppliers top the list of homeowners’ most hated service providers. Here’s what to do if you have a problem with your energy supplier.

24 April

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 April

What type of energy switcher are you?

2018 was another record-breaking year for switching energy supplier – but not all energy switchers are created equal. What kind of switcher are you?

20 March

Are council-owned energy firms failing?

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?

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