The big five energy suppliers have met with key stakeholders to discuss what they can do to help consumers. But does it go far enough?
The UK’s energy crisis is still ongoing, with experts now forecasting bills to rise by up to £900 in winter.
There's been troubling signs that energy suppliers have upped household’s direct debits above that of the price cap. Learn more about what’s happening here.
Households are expected to have a sharp increase in their standing charges, but does where you live affect how much you will have to pay?
Longer, warmer days mean we need less energy to light and heat our homes, which means lower energy bills. Check out these energy saving tips for Daylight Saving Time.
Gas prices are already at record highs, but will a war between Russia and Ukraine push it up even more? Read more about it here 💡
The energy crisis in the UK has caused energy prices to skyrocket. Here is all you need to know about getting help with the rising energy costs.
Five leading business groups have said that rising energy bills have the potential to slow down economic recovery from Covid-19.
With wholesale prices fluctuating wildly, is now the best time to fix your energy prices or should you stay the course?
Energy prices have risen to unusually high levels. But why is this happening? What should you do if your fixed-rate deal is ending soon? And why are there no prices online? Read on to find out.