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 latest Ofgem energy price cap takes effect from October 1, cutting energy bills for millions of households. But these deals are cheaper. Switch now.
Energy suppliers have been blocking certain price comparison services to stop customers switching – but are suppliers actually allowed to block switches?
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.
British Gas has dropped the minimum top-up for prepayment energy customers from £5 back to £1, following customer anger.
Ofgem’s energy price cap isn’t working. The best way to save money is by switching to a better deal. Here’s all you need to know about the price cap and switching supplier.
UK Households saved £2bn by switching in 2019. Fixed rate deals ending in January could push up bills by a £16m. Switch now to beat the price hikes.
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?
What's the difference between a fixed and variable tariff? How long does it take to switch energy supplier? We answer your energy questions.
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?