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  • Energy smart meters: all you need to know

    How clever is your energy meter? If you have to wait in for someone to take a reading and you don’t know how much electricity you use when the kitchen appliances are on full p

    Naomi Caine

    Updated: 19 December 2013

  • Will my energy bills fall?

    Energy is headline news right now. But among all the political mudslinging and the claims and counter-claims about high prices and how they can be tackled, you’re probably thi

    Kevin Pratt

    Updated: 13 December 2013

  • Energy firms ‘getting away with green murder’

    MoneySuperMarket is calling on energy companies to play fair and pass on any savings from cuts in the green levies on energy bills in full to all their customers. Otherwise th

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 10 December 2013

  • Get cover against boiler breakdown

    Nobody wants their boiler to break down, especially in the cold winter months. It’s not only inconvenient, it can also be expensive as boiler parts, not to mention plumbers, d

    Naomi Caine

    Updated: 09 December 2013

  • E.ON hikes energy prices by 3.5%

    The last of the Big Six UK energy firms to raise its prices this year has finally followed the herd. E.ON today announced it would raise its gas and electricity prices by an a

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 06 December 2013

  • What does the Autumn Statement mean for you?

    The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement was chock-full of cheery statistics about the performance of the economy – but hard-pressed consumers across the land will be trying to squar

    Kevin Pratt

    Updated: 05 December 2013

  • Is Economy 7 right for you?

    Some households can save money by switching to an Economy 7 tariff. But it doesn’t suit everyone. Here we explain how Economy 7 works and whether you could benefit.

    Naomi Caine

    Updated: 05 December 2013

  • At last – action on energy bills

    Finally! After months of pleading for action on the soaring cost of energy, the plight of hard-pressed British households is being prioritised. The Chancellor’s Autumn Stateme

    Kevin Pratt

    Updated: 02 December 2013

  • What to do if you can’t pay your energy bill

    We're thankfully seeing government action to reduce energy bills, but they're still a huge expense. The announcement that annual costs will fall by around £50 is welcome, but

    Naomi Caine

    Updated: 27 November 2013

  • Already fixed energy tariff? What next?

    At MoneySuperMarket we’ve always argued that finding a fixed rate tariff is the best way to avoid the relentless year-on-year increase in energy costs. These annual hikes affe

    Kevin Pratt

    Updated: 22 November 2013

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