New Which? Eco Buy recommendation highlights the products that will have the smallest impact on the environment through longevity, energy and water efficiency and repairability.
New Which? research has revealed that switching from 40°C to either 30°C or 20°C can cut energy use by as much as 62%. If the whole UK did this, it would be the same as taking around half a million cars off the road.
Overloading your power socket with devices can cause a fire. We speak to a fire safety manager to find out how to avoid unnecessary electrical accidents.
From improved energy efficiency to non-flammable backing, these four reasons might convince you it's time to upgrade your fridge.
If you're looking for boiling water at the touch of a button you might be considering an instant hot water tap. Before you buy, see how the costs compare with using a kettle - and the hidden charges you may not be aware of.
We discuss everything you need to know about the new EU heating standard and how it will change electric heaters in 2018.
This week, as we celebrate the official Christmas countdown, families will be getting the shiny baubles down from the loft and plugging in those long strings of sparkly fairy lights....
Dishwasher, fridge freezer and TV manufacturers are not always providing real-world information about energy usage on their EU energy labels. This is according to an 18-month investigation led by the...
Energy efficiency at home is vital to keep your gas and electricity bills down, an official report reveals, and to balance out the cost of government low-carbon policies.
Samsung TVs are being sold to you with a poorer picture so they can use less power, a Which? investigation has found.