The government is launching a review into energy prices - just a week after British Gas announced its price rises - but will it make any difference?
British Gas is the last of the Big Six to announce it will be putting up the price of electricity - here's how you can protect against future price hikes.
Responsibility for the government’s energy price cap will be handed over to Ofgem - but can the energy regulator make the market fairer for all?
If you pay for your energy by monthly direct debit, your energy company may actually be taking more money from you than it needs – in which case, you could be due a refund.
Energy prices have been getting used as a political football for years now, with rival parties all-too-keen to give gas and electricity suppliers a good kicking to score with public opinion.
It’s been a week since the general election, and that dramatic results night, which essentially saw the two main parties simultaneously claim both victory and defeat.
The heatwave may have only just started, but if you’re on one of the many energy deals that are due to expire before the end of August, it’s time to start thinking about making the switch to a new tariff.
With last week’s debates over and the general election looming, we look at the main points and policies of the Conservative party’s manifesto.
The government have announced plans to introduce a price cap on the domestic energy market, designed to end rip off energy prices.
Recent research has highlighted that an alarming number of employees and business owners struggle to understand their energy bills.