UK billpayers ‘could see energy bills rise by up to £63m’ as December begins

Uswitch warns 816,000 households could be affected by fixed deals ending and suggests they could see bills rise by an average of £155 as they are moved onto standard variable tariffs

Bulb launches ‘UK’s first major 100% renewable smart prepayment tariff’

Bulb highlights the price of the renewable pay-as-you-go deal comes in £60 below the ’prepayment’ price cap set by Ofgem

Energy price cap ‘disincentivises customers from switching’

New research from comparethemarket reveals domestic switching levels have fallen since the energy price cap was introduced in January 2019

Scotlands’ fuel-poor to receive £16m of new energy efficiency support

The funding aims to improve insulation and install energy efficient heating systems, in order to contribute to Scotland’s net zero targets

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Pre-payment customers ‘overpaying nearly £390m a year on energy bills’

That’s the suggestion from new research published by comparethemarket.com, which reveals 4.1 million customers are each paying on average £94 more a year for their energy than they would pay on a standard credit meter

Dip in oil prices sees fixed household bills drop below £800 a year for first time since 2018

Low wholesale energy prices mean six suppliers are now offering a total of nine new fixed deal energy tariffs for less than this price

Almost 13m UK households ‘owed £1.7bn by energy supplier’

That’s according to new research from Uswitch, which notes as winter ends, 46% of households are due a refund from their energy provider

Igloo Energy announces up to 30% price cut for gas customers

The challenger firm says reductions will vary due to differences in the cost of distributing gas regionally across the UK

Energy suppliers ask government for financial support during pandemic

Trade association Energy UK said current government measures to help customers were not enough