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Energy price rises hits Economy 7 harder

Are you on an Economy 7 energy tariff? Some customers on E7 are being harder hit by price rises than those on standard tariffs. Which? investigates...

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Do you know your cheap electricity hours?

Some 3.9m UK households get cheaper electricity at certain times of the day. But Which? reveals uncovering your cheap hours could be harder than you think...

Are you being charged just to pay your energy bill?

Millions of gas and electricity customers are being charged extra just to pay their energy bills. Which? has crunched the figures to reveal how much more...

Shelling out on Easter eggs

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Top five cheapest energy deals for March

Which? reveals the top five cheapest gas and electricity deals for March. Compare with the Big Six standard tariffs to see how much you could save on energy.

Is your electricity meter overcharging you?

Thousands of customers could be overcharged if their electricity meter clock is wrong. Which? expert advice on what to do if you suspect you're one of them...

How to complain – and get results

Which? reveals the most satisfying ways of complaining with expert tips on how to get a complaint resolved and how social media is shaking up customer service.

Top five cheapest energy deals for February

Which? reveals the top five cheapest gas and electricity deals this month. Compare with the Big Six standard tariffs to see how much you could save on energy.

True scale of energy complaints revealed

The true scale of complaints against energy firms is revealed by Which?. Sign up to our new campaign Fix the Big Six to sort out the broken energy market.

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