Energy Suppliers

12 February

Beat the energy price hikes

2018 was the worst ever year for energy price rises, and 2019 is set to be another tough year for UK households. Here’s how to beat the energy price hikes.

05 February

Is the energy price cap a rip-off?

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?

25 January

Why are energy suppliers going bust?

Why are so many energy suppliers going bust? And should this make you think twice about switching away from the Big Six? We take a closer look and offer some invaluable energy swithcing advice.

18 January

What is the Big Energy Week?

2018 saw energy suppliers increase their tariffs by unprecedented levels – Big Energy Savings Week aims to help more people switch and save on the energy bills.

18 January

Economy Energy collapse – what are your options?

Another small energy supplier has gone bust. Here’s what to do if you’re affected by the collapse of Economy Energy.

09 January

What's stopping you from switching energy supplier?

More people are switching energy supplier than ever before, but the majority of households are still overpaying - what's stopping them from switching?

18 December

Why YOU will pay for energy collapses

Eight energy suppliers have gone bust this year. Here’s why YOU will have to help foot the bill for transferring customers to a new supplier.

10 December

OneSelect collapse – what are your options?

Another small energy supplier has gone bust. Here’s what to do if you’re affected by the collapse of OneSelect Energy.

23 November

Spark Energy collapse – what are your options?

Just days after Extra Energy went under another small supplier has gone bust. Spark Energy has announced it has ceased trading, affecting 290,000 households. If you’re a Spark Energy customer, here’s what happens next.

21 November

Extra Energy collapse – what are your options?

Here’s what to do next if you’re one of the 108,000 domestic customers, or the 21,000 business users, who have been affected by the collapse of Extra Energy.