A quarter of customers ‘are in debt to their energy supplier’

The amount of money households owe to their energy suppliers has doubled in a year to reach £1 billion, according to a report

Millions of SVT customers ‘in the dark’, days before the new price cap comes into force

Almost a quarter of energy customers have not been contacted by their suppliers about price changes, according to new research

One-in-six prepayment customers ‘avoided using energy for at least two days’

Nearly 35% have sat in a coat and hat indoors to avoid turning the heating on, new survey suggests

Cornwall tops list of renewable installations

Stoke-on-Trent saw the biggest increase in renewable installations in the last five years, according to new research

Two-fifths of GHG measures ‘installed in London and the South East’

London has become home to almost a quarter of the installed energy-saving measures receiving the Green Homes Grant, according to a new report

Energy bills ‘could hike by £192m by the end of August’

Some customers could even see their energy bills jump by £371, a new report suggests

Which pop star spends the most on energy bills?

Who uses the most energy out of the Oasis brothers, Beatle Paul McCartney, Elton John and the Beckhams?

‘EVs get you five times further than petrol cars for the same money’

New research directly compares the Nissan Leaf E+ and the Volkswagen Golf across the countries in which both are available to buy

One-day return to office ‘could lead to £21m of weekly saving on energy bills’

Running just one extra dishwasher cycle at home adds £5 million to weekly bills, according to new research

Shadow of an ‘energy credit cash bomb’ looms large for suppliers

A new report estimates energy suppliers owe an estimated £1.8 billion to 13 million households