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?
More people are switching energy supplier than ever before, but the majority of households are still overpaying - what's stopping them from switching?
Energy price hikes put gas and electricity bills up by 21%. The average yearly cost of the best deals jumped £148 to £1,042. Here’s what to do if you’re struggling this winter.
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.
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.
Three of the Big Six have anounced their second price rise of the year - the rest won't be far behind. Here's why you need to switch gas and electricity supplier to beat the price hikes.
Ofgem price cap to cut bills for customers on poor-value tariffs falls short of the £100 promised by the government. Which means swicthing supplier remains the best way to save on your energy bills.
A collective switching trial run by Ofgem, the energy regulator, has saved UK households around £3.3 million on their annual energy bills. Here's how a collective switch can help to cut energy bills.
One month after Ofgem set a cap on the price customers pay for their prepaid energy, the millions of customers on prepay meters have started saving money on the cost of their utilities. But what exactly is the price cap, is it working, and can new customers benefit from switching to prepay meters?
Learn about the benefits and drawbacks of nuclear powered energy, along with how the development of the Hinkley Point C will affect domestic energy prices.