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Top five cheapest energy deals for June 2017

The top five cheapest gas and electricity deals for June 2017 revealed by Which? Could you get a cheap regional energy deal, or save over £300 on energy?

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Moving home? Find out how to save up to £845 on energy

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.

Best deals for big energy users

Do you use a lot of gas and electricity at home? Lots of power-hungry gadgets, a big house, a big family and poor insulation can all make you a high energy user – and you could save around £700.

Should you switch to a green energy supplier?

The best and worst ‘green’ energy brands according to their customers, plus can you save money on buying renewable electricity and gas?

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

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.

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.

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.

How to dodge a £445 energy bill rise

March 2017 sees 27 cheap energy deals end. An Npower deals could increase customers' gas and electricity bills by £445 if they don’t switch.

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