With the energy price cap now in place, Which? reveals that you could still save £259 per year by switching gas and electricity supplier. See the five cheapest energy and find out why some green energy suppliers won’t be cutting prices.
Council tax bills could rise by up to 4.99% from 2019, and there are a whole host of other household costs changing that could impact your budget.
The default energy price cap comes into force on 1st January 2019, but many consumers aren’t clear about what it means for their gas and electricity bills. Plus Which? research found that the number of cheap energy deals is dropping.
SSE and Npower’s planned merger has been scrapped. SSE said challenging market conditions, the energy price cap and market conditions are to blame. Use Which? research to find the best energy company for you.
The energy price cap will come into force on 1 January 2019, affecting 11 million households. Find out how much customers on default gas and electricity tariffs will save. Plus why energy customers would be better off switching supplier.
The energy price cap this winter will save money on energy bills for some, but many pricey gas and electricity deals won’t be affected. Find out if the price cap will save you money and why you must still switch gas and electricity tariff.
Will the energy price cap save you money on your gas and electricity bills? Regulator Ofgem reveals more details of the energy price cap coming into force this winter. Plus read our top tips to cut your energy bills.
The top five cheapest energy deals for May 2018 revealed by Which? Find out which tariff could save you up to £370 per year on gas and electricity.
Eon is cutting some of its energy bill discounts for customers on its standard tariff. This could add £45 to your yearly energy bill.
Today the energy price cap bill goes to Parliament. The government says it’ll help 11million people to save £1.4billion per year on gas and electricity.