What's the difference between a fixed and variable tariff? How long does it take to switch energy supplier? We answer your energy questions.
Switching to a green energy deal is a way to save money and do a bit for the environment. Or is it? It seems not all green deals are as green as you think.
The energy price cap has been reviewed again, and it won’t help all households. Switching remains the best way to save. So what’s the problem with the price cap?
2019 could be the worst year on record for price hikes, as energy suppliers are cynically using the price cap as an excuse to push up prices across the board.
If your kids are keen gamers, their gaming habits could be pushing your energy bills through the roof! Here’s what to do if your energy bills are too high.
Energy companies make their money from customer inertia – if you don’t switch supplier when your current deal ends, you’ll be overpaying for energy.
2018 was another record-breaking year for switching energy supplier – but not all energy switchers are created equal. What kind of switcher are you?
Longer, warmer days mean we need less energy to light and heat our homes, which means lower energy bills. Energy saving tips for Daylight Saving Time.
Switching energy supplier could cut your energy bills by hundreds of pounds. If you're still unsure about switching, let us bust those energy switching myths.
British Gas and Scottish Power have become the latest suppliers to increase rates. But wholesale energy prices are falling - are energy firms ripping off UK households?