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.
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.
Almost 3 million households are in debt with an energy supplier. Here’s what to do if you’re struggling to pay your energy bills.
If you pay for your energy by monthly direct debit, your energy company may actually be taking more money from you than it needs – in which case, you could be due a refund.
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.
Switching energy supplier is usually simple, but some companies are easier to leave than others. How does yours measure up?
Energy switches drpped by 2.3% in 2020 as the pandemic messed up our routines. But doesWhat kind of switcher are you?
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.
Big Energy Saving Winter is a national campaign to help you cut your energy bills and get all the financial support you’re entitled to. Find out more here.