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?
Energy firms have come under fire for forcing too many customers to use prepaid meters, but can you stop your supplier from installing one?
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.
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.
Why aren't more people switching energy? There are loads of misconceptions that are stopping people from switching. Let's bust some energy switching myths.
Hurricane Harvey has had a devastating effect of the most southerly states of the US - and the global energy market might also take a hit.
Renewable energy from community-run energy schemes is powering the equivalent of 130,000 homes across the UK, but could subsidy cuts and policy changes have slowed down the number of projects launched.
A lack of skilled engineers could be putting the government's 2020 smart meter deadline in jeopardy, and pushing up the cost of your energy bills.
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?