Energy bills
Many energy customers ‘still struggling to get accurate gas and electricity bills’

That’s the suggestion from Citizens Advice, which polled 3,000 people from across the UK and found an accurate bill is the top priority for consumers

Competition watchdog approves OVO Energy’s £500m SSE deal

The acquisition is expected to be completed in January 2020

More than seven million energy consumers on vulnerable register

The Energy Networks Association has launched a campaign called ‘Be Winter Ready’ to encourage consumers to prepare for the outages severe weather in the winter may bring

Three million households already in energy debt ahead of winter

These fuel-poor households collectively owe nearly £417 million to their suppliers, with the year’s coldest weather soon to arrive

Do small and medium-sized businesses get a ‘raw deal’ on energy services?

According to a new poll commissioned by Ombudsman Services, many feel like they do

Another one bites the dust – Eversmart Energy goes bust

It is the fifth energy supplier to cease trading this year

EDF Energy chosen to take on Solarplicity’s customers

Around 7,500 domestic customers and 500 business customers will be transferred to the Big Six supplier

TOTO Energy acquires bulk of Solarplicity’s customers

Around 44,000 customers are being transferred to the Brighton-based energy supplier

Energy customers ‘face a lottery’ when their energy supplier goes bust

New research from Which? suggests some customers have been hit by overnight price hikes of hundreds of pounds after their supplier went out of business

Ofgem sets out plan to protect vulnerable consumers as market changes

The regulator has launched a consultation to find out how best to look after energy customers as the market undergoes ‘fundamental changes’