Energy Regulations

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.

06 September

Don’t wait for the price cap to cut your energy bills

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.

27 July

What to do if your energy supplier goes bust

What would you do if your energy supplier went bust? We answer your questions to make you’re not left in the dark if your energy provider goes out of business.

19 June

How to stop your energy supplier installing a prepayment meter

Energy firms have come under fire for forcing too many customers to use prepaid meters, but can you stop your supplier from installing one?

20 February

What will a price cap mean for your energy bills?

MPs say energy price cap needs to be in place by next winter to end “rip-off" energy prices. Here's the latest on the price cap.

07 February

Ofgem energy price hike for vulnerable households

5 million vulnerable households are to be hit with a price hike on their annual energy bills, despite being protected by the energy price cap.

24 July

Smart energy use to save UK energy consumers up to £40bn

A massive shake up in the way electricity is produced, used and stored could save UK consumers up to £40 billion by 2050.

20 July

Are energy prices putting your business under pressure?

Over half of Britain’s micro-businesses feel the rising cost of energy, and the terms under which providers demand payments, is putting their future in doubt.

04 July

Can Ofgem deliver a fairer energy deal?

It’s looking increasingly unlikely that the government’s planned energy price cap will ever be introduced, instead it's handed over responsibility to Ofgem - but can the energy regulator make the market fairer for all?

27 June

How will the general election result affect energy prices?

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.

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