Payments to suppliers for business energy bill discounts hit a new peak

In the last week of February, the payments made to energy suppliers to provide electricity bill discounts amounted to £794 million

Thousands more NI households to benefit from £600 government support

A new online portal and a telephone helpline have been launched to help nearly 28,000 households in Northern Ireland

Energy bills ‘eat up nearly 10% of the average annual salary from April’

The average energy bill will rise to £250 a month in April, new analysis shows

What should we expect from the energy price cap?

Analysts have predicted a £500 increase in annual energy bills from April, despite a cut in Ofgem’s price cap

Britons brace for “crunch point” in energy bill support

Households are likely to face more pressure as energy bills are expected to rise in two months

More Britons turn to smart meters to save on energy bills

Soaring energy bills have led nearly 56% of billpayers with a smart meter to monitor their energy more this winter, new survey shows

One-in-five energy vouchers binned

Nearly 81% of energy vouchers sent by PayPoint in November were claimed, according to new data

Ofgem expects Energy Price Guarantee to be breached by price cap in July

Customers’ bills are projected to be lower than the current sky-high levels in the coming months, Ofgem’s chief has said

Half a million households have not claimed one or more energy vouchers

More than six million vouchers have been issued in the fourth quarter of last year for prepayment customers

Government under fire for energy voucher data

The government had previously said Good Energy, Utilita and ScottishPower had the fewest voucher redemptions among suppliers