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Heating & energy

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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Eon to pay £12 million compensation to customers

Energy supplier Eon will pay customers £12 million in compensation. Find out the best energy supplier and how to switch to a cheap tariff with Which?.

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Receive money by generating renewable heat

The long awaited launch of the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive - all the basic facts you need to know

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New incentives for green home improvements

The new Green Deal Home Improvement Fund offers financial incentives for installing energy efficiency measures like a new gas boiler or cavity wall insulation.

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Rise in energy bills caused by inefficient products

A new report suggests by 2030 households could save £75 a year by using more energy saving appliances, ading to a reduction in energy bills of £2 billion.

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Beware: Green Deal energy scams

Citizens Advice is warning consumers to beware scammers cashing in on the Green Deal, after finding that three quarters of consumer queries relate to scams

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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...

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Will Hive save you money on energy bills?

Which? reviews Hive, British Gas's smart heating control and app. Find out whether Hive's any good and if it's likely to save you money on your energy bills.

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Energy companies to face competition probe

Which? takes a look at the regulator's latest announcement to fix the broken energy market and help lower energy prices for consumers.

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SSE to freeze energy prices until January 2016

SSE announced it is freezing prices on its standard tariff until January 2016. SSE estimates that around eight million customers in Great Britain will benefit.

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