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Boilers broke down in one fifth of UK homes last year

A fifth (18%) of UK homes were left out in the cold in the past year, after their boilers broke down. Repair bills cost £270 on average, but 5% of people...

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Heating oil prices have risen by 33% in a year

Avoid price rises by following our top tips on how to get the best price for heating oil The average cost of a litre of heating oil was 43p in...

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Could you save £353 on your energy bill?

As Npower’s price rise demonstrated last week, staying loyal to your energy supplier on its standard variable tariff doesn’t pay off. Especially when you can save £353 over the next...

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Latest energy price rises – are you affected?

Scottish Power is the latest energy firm to put up the cost of its standard (also known as variable) tariff. While British Gas is bucking the trend to freeze its...

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Prepayment energy customers set to save £80 a year

Prepayment energy customers are expected to save £80 a year on gas and electricity, following a price cap from regulator Ofgem that comes into force on 1 April.

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Big energy firm puts up its prices

Npower announces a 15% electricity price rise and 4.8% gas rise for standard tariff customers. Will other energy firms do the same? Plus how to cut your bill.

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February is the worst month for boiler breakdowns

February has the highest number of boiler repair claims. Don't be caught out with no heating this winter. See our tips to keep your house warm.

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Stop your energy bill rising by £100s in January

British Gas and EDF Energy are among the 22 energy deals ending in January 2017. Stop your bill rising by £162 a year on average and save money on energy.

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Best and worst energy firms for 2017

We reveal the results of the 2017 Which? energy survey. Find out what customers really think of their gas and electricity firm, including British Gas and EDF.

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Is your energy bill £202 too high?

Make it your new year’s resolution to save money on energy; start now by saving up to £202 on gas and electricity by switching supplier.

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