Energy Suppliers

07 August

Prepay Energy Bill Price Cap

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?

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.

24 July

What’s the problem with smart meters?

Smart meters are getting a bad press, largely due to lower than expected savings & technical issues. But here’s why smart meters are about more than saving money.

04 July

Can your energy supplier stop you switching?

Energy suppliers have been blocking certain price comparison services to stop customers switching – but are suppliers actually allowed to block switches?

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?

15 May

Does your energy supplier owe you money?

If you pay your energy bills by Direct Debit, there’s a good chance your supplier owes you upwards of £100. Here’s how to claim your money back.

25 April

What type of energy switcher are you?

2017 was a record-breaking year for switching energy supplier – but not all energy switchers are created equal. What kind of switcher are you?

09 January

Are you stuck on an expensive energy deal?

If you're unsure about the type of energy deal you're on, you're far from alone - 28% of UK householders have no idea. Here's how to switch and save.

03 January

Can your local council help cut energy prices?

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

10 November

SSE and Npower merger signals the end of the Big Six

SSE and Npower have announced merger plans that would see them form the UK’s second-largest energy supplier. But what will this mean for consumers?

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