Energy Tariffs

11 May

Even more energy price rises are on the way

Brace yourself for a new round of energy price rises as suppliers are under pressure to pass on increases in wholesale costs.

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?

27 March

How to switch energy supplier

Switching energy supplier is usually simple, but some companies are easier to leave than others. How does yours measure up?

20 March

How to save energy during Daylight Saving Time

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.

30 January

Time to end ‘small business energy rip-off’

If you run a business, you’ll appreciate just how time-consuming switching energy supplier can be - it's time to end the small business energy rip-off.

24 January

Who are the UK’s best and worst energy companies?

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.

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 October

Busting the myths about switching business energy

Energy efficiency goes beyond cutting carbon footprints – check out UK Power’s 5 top energy saving tips to see how your business can save money.

05 September

4-step plan to cut your gas and electricity bills before the cold snap

The forecasts say we're in for an Indian summer, so follow our 4-step plan to start saving on your energy bills before the cold snap hits and the heating goes on.

29 August

Are subsidy cuts and policy changes curbing community renewable energy schemes?

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.

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