Ofgem chief advises against ‘don’t pay’ campaign

There are no easy answers in the market right now, Jonathan Brearley has said

Bank of England: energy price cap will be around £3,500

The Bank of England has announced the biggest hike in interest rates since 1995

Analysts set winter price cap estimates again on fire!

Just a month away from the announcement of the October price cap, uncertainty in the energy market soars

Government urged to offer rebate for Londoners on communal heat networks

Nearly 400,000 Londoners are exposed to volatile wholesale prices, according to new analysis

Welsh Government launches £4m scheme to help with spiralling energy bills

Nearly 120,000 people on prepayment meters will be eligible for around 49,000 vouchers to support them during the cost-of-living crisis

Quarterly price cap ‘could drive down energy bills’

Analysts have said frequent reviews of the price cap level could reduce bills by 5%

Government to consider ‘all options’ on price cap for heat networks

The Energy Minister has acknowledged that customers on heat networks are more exposed to energy price hikes

Rishi Sunak ‘must do more’ to fight soaring energy bills

Experts are calling on the Chancellor to take more action to help low-income families

Why should you take your meter reading today?

Today has been billed ‘Meter Reading Day’ – but why?

Fuel duty cut by 5p per litre, Rishi Sunak tells MPs

The Chancellor has announced new measures to tackle rising energy bills and fuel prices in his Spring Statement