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New measures to help those struggling to pay their energy bills have been announced by the government today. Find out what British Gas, EDF Energy, Npower, Scottish Power, Ovo Energy and more are doing for customers, plus help if you pay-as-you-go.
What you need to know to get the best gas and electricity deal for you using a price comparison service. Can you save money on your energy bills and get good customer service? Compare gas and electricity prices with Which? Switch.
Save up to £388 per year on your gas and electricity bills, or save up to £297 with a Which? Recommended energy supplier, based on customer feedback. Plus what you need to know about cheap energy deals and how to save money on energy.
Look After My Bills, Flipper, Switchcraft, Switchd and WeFlip are among new energy autoswitching services. What is automatic energy switching and you are to tempted to try it? Which? reveals how to get cheap gas and electricity.
Will you save money on gas and electricity with today’s energy price cap announcement? The difference between the price cap and the cheapest energy deal is more than £300 per year, so you’ll cut your bills by switching.
Save up to £359 per year on your gas and electricity bills, or save up to £347 with a top-rated energy supplier, according to its customers. Plus what you need to know about cheap energy deals and how to save money on gas and electricity.
How did Power NI, SSE Airtricity, Budget Energy, Electric Ireland and Firmus Energy compare in the annual Which? energy companies satisfaction survey? Find out what customers really think of their gas and electricity firm.
Ovo has bought SSE’s energy business, as well as broadband and boiler cover. Find out what this means for customers of the new second-biggest gas and electricity company, including on energy prices, customer service and solar panels.
Nine gas and electricity companies are breaking rules about smart meters which could leave energy customers that switch to them with smart meters than no longer work. Find out which nine firms are in trouble with energy regulator Ofgem.