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Heating & energy

Will Hive save you money on energy bills?

Which? reviews Hive, British Gas's smart heating control and app. Find out whether Hive's any good and if it's likely to save you money on your energy bills.

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Energy companies to face competition probe

Which? takes a look at the regulator's latest announcement to fix the broken energy market and help lower energy prices for consumers.

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SSE to freeze energy prices until January 2016

SSE announced it is freezing prices on its standard tariff until January 2016. SSE estimates that around eight million customers in Great Britain will benefit.

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Budget 2014 promises cheaper energy bills

Which? experts explain what the 2014 Budget means for household energy bills. Find out how much you'll save - plus what else you can do to save money on energy.

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Are you being charged just to pay your energy bill?

Millions of gas and electricity customers are being charged extra just to pay their energy bills. Which? has crunched the figures to reveal how much more...

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‘Simplified’ energy tariffs still too confusing, says Which?

Newly ‘simplified’ energy tariffs are still too confusing for the majority of consumers to work out, according to our latest Which? investigation.

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Top five cheapest energy deals for March

Which? reveals the top five cheapest gas and electricity deals for March. Compare with the Big Six standard tariffs to see how much you could save on energy.

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Six major energy companies must trade fairly

Major energy suppliers will face penalties from Ofgem if they don't trade fairly. Find out how you can help Which? Campaign to fix the broken energy market

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Is your electricity meter overcharging you?

Thousands of customers could be overcharged if their electricity meter clock is wrong. Which? expert advice on what to do if you suspect you're one of them...

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Millions to get direct debit energy refunds

British Gas, Eon, EDF Energy and SSE will refund credit balance automatically on energy accounts in credit by £5 or more

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