The energy price cap will be extended to cover 1 million more vulnerable customers, energy regulator Ofgem announced. Find out if it’ll save you £120 on gas and electricity.
Renting your home should not stop you switching energy supplier and saving money on gas and electric. Which? launches a dedicated energy comparison tool for tenants.
Are you more likely to switch energy supplier than your neighbour? Find out if your region is the savviest when it comes to comparing gas and electric and how much money you could save.
Buying renewable electricity for your home is expensive: fact or fiction? Which? research on green energy suppliers reveals if you could save money and buy renewable electricity or green gas.
Which? reveals how many customers have been with their gas and electricity supplier for more than 50 years, plus the mistakes you might be making by sticking with your energy firm.
Summer is a popular time of year to move house. If you’re buying a house, follow our tips to avoid a pricey energy tariff and make your new home energy-efficient.
Find out which energy firms you can switch to if you have an Economy 10 electricity meter. Can you save money on gas and electricity?
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.
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.
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.