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Heating & energy

British Gas raises energy prices twice in 2018

British Gas has announced its second gas and electricity price rise in 2018. This will add £44 to bills. Will the energy price rise affect you? Find out whether switching energy company will save you money.

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Top five cheapest energy deals for August 2018

The five cheapest gas and electricity deals for August 2018. Plus the cheapest energy tariffs for high and low users. Could you save money on energy?

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How environmentally friendly are cordless products?

Cordless appliances, such as cordless vacuums and mobile phones are increasingly popular. Which? examines the impact of their lithium-ion batteries.

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Energy company Iresa has ceased trading

Iresa has gone bust. Octopus Energy will take on its customers later in August. Ofgem is telling customers not to switch, and to take meter readings.

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Solar panel costs are falling: should you invest?

Solar panel costs are falling but with the feed-in tariff set to close, how much should you pay for solar pv and will you ever make your money back?

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Octopus Energy and M&S Energy announce partnership

Octopus Energy will be M&S Energy’s new supply partner from September 2018. M&S gas and electricity customers: find out what this means for you.

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EDF Energy increases gas and electricity prices again

EDF Energy announces its second price rise of 2018 – adding £70 to dual fuel customers’ bills who are on its standard tariff.

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Top five cheapest energy deals for July 2018

Which? reveals the top five cheapest gas and electricity deals for July 2018. Plus how much money you could save on gas and electricity, depending on here you live.

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Higher energy bills loom without action on climate policy

Consumers could pay more for energy unless urgent action is taken to meet greenhouse gas reduction targets, the Committee on Climate Change says.

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Iresa banned from taking new energy customers indefinitely

Small energy company Iresa has been banned from taking on new customers until further notice because it failed to resolve its customer service issues.

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