Going direct to your energy company’s website won’t necessarily get you their cheapest deal, Which? research including British Gas, Eon, EDF Energy, Npower, Ovo, SSE, Scottish Power and more reveals. Compare gas and electricity prices.
More than 800,000 energy customers have been moved to new suppliers after theirs stopped trading. But some customers face price rises, are struggling to get their money back and are frustrated about their gas and electricity bills.
If you’ve faced repeated energy price rises, confusing bills or poor customer service, it’s time to switch. Which? reveals the top three reasons for switching. Compare gas and electricity prices to see if you could save money.
More than half of consumers think that Brexit has or will impact on gas and electricity prices. How much will Brexit affect your energy bills? We look at cross-border trading, where UK gas and electricity comes from and the latest on no-deal.
British Gas and Scottish Power are the latest energy firms to announce price increases in April, when the energy price cap increase permits it. Find out how to avoid the hikes and save money on gas and electricity.
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.
Energy wholesale prices are rising and many gas and electricity firms have increased prices already in 2018. Will your energy bill rise again this winter and, if it does, what are you paying for and how do companies set their prices?
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 customers most likely to be paying a premium for gas and electricity, revealed by exclusive Which? research. How to save money on energy.
Eon announced it will raise its gas and electricity prices for customers on its standard tariff in August 2018, adding £55 to their energy bills per year.