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Top five cheapest energy deals for August

Which? reveals that there are three energy tariffs on the market that cost less than £1,000 a year. Find out if you could save up to £216 by switching.

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Only £12 cut for consumers as energy profits rise

News of a £12 reduction in energy bills overshadowed by announcement of doubled pre-tax profit margins for energy suppliers

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State of dismay as Green Deal cash incentive closes

Consumers left dismayed after the sudden termination of the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund. £120 million in vouchers was claimed in a matter of weeks.

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Energy companies urged to cut energy bills

Consumers could be owed money on their energy bills after the government admits cut to green levies saved energy companies more than expected.

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Green Deal cash grants going fast – don’t miss out

Interested in making energy-saving home improvements? Act now to take advantage of grants of up to £7,600 for installing double glazing or insulation.

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Energy firm complaints hit record high

Customer complaints about energy companies have soared to their highest ever level, according to the Energy Ombudsman.

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Npower sent letters from ‘fake’ debt collection firm

Npower sent letters to customers from a fake debt collection firm. This follows Which? research that found Npower was the most complained-about energy company.

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Will Bob Geldof convince you to get a smart meter?

Bob Geldof is fronting the national roll-out of smart meters - will he and cartoon mascots Gaz and Leccy convince you of smart meter benefits?

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Top five cheapest energy deals for July

We reveal the energy deals from small firms that are cheaper than those from the Big Six. We discovered one tariff that will cost you less than £1,000 a year...

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British Gas to pay out £1m for mis-selling

British Gas has agreed to pay out £1m for mis-selling customers over two years, after its sales staff made exaggerated claims about energy bill savings.

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