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  • Time to switch as npower joins price hike rush

    Another week, another energy price hike! It’s now three down, three to go, as npower becomes the third of the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers to raise its charges.

    Kevin Pratt

    Updated: 21 October 2013

  • British Gas joins price hike stampede

    We knew it wouldn’t take long! British Gas, Britain’s biggest energy supplier is hiking gas and electricity prices by an average of 9.2% – 8.4% on gas and 10.4% on electricity

    Kevin Pratt

    Updated: 17 October 2013

  • Thames Water customer? Good news on price hike

    Millions of Thames Water customers have received welcome news about their bills after Ofwat, the water industry regulator, said it is not going to allow the firm to push throu

    Kevin Pratt

    Updated: 16 October 2013

  • 5 poor excuses for not switching energy suppliers

    The third domino has fallen. Energy firm npower has announced average energy price hikes of 10.4% from December 1, just days after British Gas said it

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 14 October 2013

  • Tenants: know your energy switching rights

    Millions of tenants could be paying over the odds for their gas and electricity because they aren’t aware what their rights are when it comes to energy bills.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 11 October 2013

  • Back to basics: All you need to know about energy bills

    Energy price hike season has started in earnest, making it more important than ever to switch energy provider and find the most competitive deal possible. Why pay more than yo

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 11 October 2013

  • SSE hikes energy prices by 8.2%

    Well, it’s started. SSE, the country’s second largest energy provider has announced it will be hiking its prices by an average of 8.2% on November 15. This will take average a

    Kevin Pratt

    Updated: 10 October 2013

  • Water rates price cuts in pipeline?

    Ofwat, the water industry regulator, is challenging water companies to reduce charges once the current pricing regime comes to an end in 2015. The typical water bill in Englan

    Kevin Pratt

    Updated: 09 October 2013

  • How to have an energy efficient home

    As the nights draw in and the weather gets colder, one thing you can bank on over the coming months is a higher energy bill. Fortunately, there are a number of steps you can t

    Rachel Wait

    Updated: 03 October 2013

  • Help someone switch-and-save on energy bills!

    The average energy bill paid by UK households has soared to more than £1,300 over recent years, with gas prices jumping by 35% and electricity prices by 17% since 2007.

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 02 October 2013

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