Energy fix returns

Energy firms are bringing back fixed rate deals for existing customers in anticipation of the upcoming price cap decrease on 1st July

UK splashes £40bn on household energy bills

UK power subsidies reached a record-breaking £39.3 billion between October 2022 and March 2023, according to government data

UK trials cut mortgage rates for greener homes

A new government scheme offers homeowners potential annual savings of £460 on bills, along with reduced mortgage rates for eligible participants

‘Energy bills to drop by £440 in July’

Electricity is expected to fall in price by 3.65p, with gas dropping by 2.75p

UK households struggling to keep warm as temperatures drop

Nearly 20% of UK adults are unable to meet basic energy needs, struggling to keep warm in their homes, new report shows

Energy waste through Britain’s leaky power cables increase bills

In 2019, the UK lost enough energy to power seven million homes for an entire year, according to a report

Energy Secretary to meet Ofgem boss later today

Grant Shapps is expected to press the case for redress for customers affected by forced prepayment meter installations

Suppliers ‘expect government to keep energy bill support in place’

The government will reportedly maintain its current package after its expiry in April

Energy suppliers start writing to customers to warn them of bill increases

Typical household energy bills are set to rise to £3,000 per year next month

Ofgem seeks views on non-domestic retail market after concerning reports

The regulator’s Call for Input comes as non-domestic customers are facing multiple challenges amid the energy crisis