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The end of free solar?

The proposed changes to the feed-in tariff could mean the end of the 'free solar' schemes as these might not be viable anymore

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Which? launches new energy costs calculator

Which? launches new energy costs calculator

Which? has launched a new online tool enabling customers to see the real cost of owning appliances like fridges, TVs, tumble dryers and dishwashers

50,000 sign up to The Big Switch in 48 hours

50,000 sign up to The Big Switch in 48 hours

In the first 48 hours, the Which? Big Switch has already gathered 50,000 signatures. The more people who sign up, the stronger our bargaining power

Future of solar subsidies to be decided today

The Court Appeal will rule whether the Government has lost or won its right to appeal against the challenge to its proposed cuts to the solar Feed-in Tariff

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Government loses solar subsidy appeal

The Court of appeal today ruled that the government lost its right to appeal against the challenge to its proposed cuts to the solar Feed-in Tariff

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Solar feed-in tariff ruling challenged

Solar feed-in tariff ruling challenged

The government will today find out if it has won the right to appeal against a High Court ruling on its plans to cut the feed-in tariff for solar panels.

Energy firms could owe millions in compensation

Energy firms could owe millions in compensation

Four million complaints were received last year by the ‘big six’ energy companies and thousands were still unresolved after eight weeks, according Which?.

EDF Energy cuts gas prices

EDF Energy has today announced it will cut gas prices by 5% from 7 February, making it the first major energy supplier to lower prices this year, and following Co-operative and Ovo Energy.

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Solartwin rapped for misleading solar panel ad

Solartwin rapped for misleading solar panel ad

A solar panel company, Solartwin, has been asked by the ASA to remove an advert saying that their solar panels are zero carbon as it is misleading to consumers.

Last day for higher rate solar panel subsidies?

The UK's high court has agreed to hear the applications from Friends of the Earth and two solar companies challenging the government's proposed cuts to solar subsidies

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