More than half of energy customers are on poor value tariffs, paying around £300 more than they need to for gas and electricity per year.
The cost of energy is too high and consumers don’t benefit from falling energy prices and energy savings, a newly-published study finds.
An energy price cap affecting 14 million households, and cutting their bills by hundreds of pounds per year has been announced by government today.
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.
The top five cheapest energy tariffs for October 2017 revealed, plus how much you could be overpaying on gas and electricity with British Gas or Npower.
Prime Minister Theresa May has announced a price cap on ‘rip-off’ energy bills. Full details on the energy price cap will be announced next week.
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.
As British Gas raises electricity prices, Which? research reveals energy prices should be a top priority for government, according to consumers.