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Heating & energy

Best ways to contact your energy firm

You’re most likely to phone your energy company, Which? research reveals, but other methods are easier. Find out how best to contact your gas and electricity firm.

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EDF Energy customers beware: your bills are rising again

EDF announces a second price rise in six months. Not with EDF? Your gas and electricity bills could still increase £400 if your deal is set to expire in April 2017.

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LED street lights spark anger in Rome

Rome has switched to LED street lights, causing concern among residents. But LED lighting doesn't have to be cold, and can save you money.

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Energy prices are top worry for two thirds of you

Energy bills getting you down? Beat price rises and cut your gas and electricity costs with Which? tips. Cheapest energy deals for April 2017 revealed

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Five energy myths busted

Are the big energy companies always priciest? Is dual fuel cheapest? Can you switch gas and electricity supplier if you rent? Which? reveals the truth behind common energy myths.

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Prepayment energy customers face more problems

Gas and electricity customers with prepayment meters encounter more problems than those with standard meters, Which? research reveals. Will the price cap help?

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Best new air purifiers reviewed for 2017

With hay fever season just around the corner, we’ve tested a range of air purifiers designed to remove pollen and other allergens from the air in your home. In our...

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Switch energy firm to get 2008 prices back

Npower, Scottish Power, EDF Energy, Eon, SSE and British Gas customers on standard deals could save up to 22% on gas and electricity bills by switching supplier.

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Revealed: the hidden air pollution in your home

Revealed: the hidden air pollution in your home

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Energy deals that never save you money

Energy customers on standard tariffs payiover £200 more than necessary to their supplier, Which? analysis of gas and electricity companies’ cheapest and standard deals.

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