Energy tariffs that require customers to get smart meters are becoming more popular. We reveal how much money you could save on gas and electricity if you’re willing to get a smart meter – and what happens if you sign up and refuse.
One in five people faced energy direct debit increases even though they were in credit to their gas and electricity company. Find out why your energy payments can increase, and how to challenge your energy firm if you think it’s wrong.
Save around £315 per year on gas and electricity with the top five cheapest energy deals from Which? Plus we reveal the cheapest energy deal for the region where you live, plus the cheapest supplier which has great customer service.
Paying your energy bills by direct debit can mean you build up credit without realising and be owed £100s by your energy company. Find out how to get your money back. Compare gas and electricity prices to find the best deal for you.
More energy firms have to offer the Warm Home Discount in 2019-20 but as many as 1.4 million pensioners could miss out on the £140 saving.
Fixing your energy prices for three years or more can mean you pay more for peace of mind. But you could save around £100 per year on gas and electricity by picking a savvy cheaper energy deal. Compare gas and electricity prices.
The energy price cap has been cut by £75 but you will still save more money on gas and electricity by switching energy supplier. Compare gas and electricity prices to see if you could save £315 per year compared with the price cap.
Smart meter timings could be extended to 2024, the government announced. Plus a smart meter could save you £250 over 20 years and save you around 15 minutes per year.
SSE energy and broadband customers are set to be moved to Ovo if a planned deal goes ahead. Find out what this means for SSE customers or compare gas and electricity prices to see if you could save money on energy.
Find out which tariff could save you up to £408 per year on gas and electricity