Private parking charges through the post are on the rise. But more drivers are appealing parking fines too. Find out how to appeal unfair parking charges, plus your likely success with firms including Parking Eye, Euro Car Parks and more.
The most common solar panel problems revealed by exclusive Which? research. Plus how long after installation solar pv faults are likely to occur, how serious they are and expert tips on how to solve problems from inverters to pigeons.
New solar panel owners will be paid for electricity they put into the grid from 2020, the government announced. The smart energy guarantee replaces the feed-in tariff scheme. Octopus Energy, Bulb and Eon have solar pv tariffs now.
Shell Energy customers who were on First Utility’s default or standard tariff for gas or electricity are due compensation, after they were overcharged in relation to the default tariff cap. Find out if you’re owed money for energy.
Save £300 per year on gas and electricity and get good customer service. We list high-scoring energy companies which offer cheap energy deals too. Compare gas and electricity prices to see if you could pay less.
The best energy firms for online customer service, as revealed by the Which? energy companies satisfaction survey and undercover research. Plus we list whether firms offer live chat, chatbots, Facebook messenger, Twitter and email.
Bulb, Good Energy, Octopus, Ovo and others are offering cash rewards to tempt you to switch energy supplier. But why are they paying out and is it too good to be true? We reveal what you should consider before you follow the money.
Compared with last month, you could save £50 more by switching energy supplier, Which? analysis reveals. Find out which energy firms will save you money or compare gas and electricity prices to find the best energy supplier for you.
New rules mean gas and electricity companies have to pay compensation to energy customers who face switching problems, including being switched without their permission or not getting their money back after their final bill.
More than 800,000 energy customers have been moved to new suppliers after theirs stopped trading. But some customers face price rises, are struggling to get their money back and are frustrated about their gas and electricity bills.