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.
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?
There’s more to energy switching than simply cutting the cost of your gas and electricity bills. Here are the UK's best and worst energy companies.
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.
More people are switching energy supplier than ever before, but the majority of households are still overpaying - what's stopping them from switching?
The energy price cap kicks in on Jan 1 but it won’t help all households. Switching remains the best way to save. So what’s the problem with the price cap?
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.
Energy price hikes put gas and electricity bills up by 21%. The average yearly cost of the best deals jumped £148 to £1,042. Here’s what to do if you’re struggling this winter.
Don’t wait for the price cap to kick in – switching energy supplier is the most effective way to make big savings on your energy bills.
Three of the Big Six have anounced their second price rise of the year - the rest won't be far behind. Here's why you need to switch gas and electricity supplier to beat the price hikes.