Nearly 40% of consumers ‘are unaware of the ban on new gas boilers’

Nearly 79% of consumers would support a lower or zero tax on energy efficient appliances, according to new research

‘Policy must change or 29m homes will not decarbonise’

A coalition of groups have written an open letter to the Prime Minister, calling for government to make it easier for consumers to decarbonise their homes

Industry responds to new energy price cap

Ofgem announced a new price cap today – but what does the energy industry think?

Two-thirds of UK’s branded food packaging ‘is not fully recyclable’

An analysis of 89 popular branded groceries also showed four-in-ten products had no labelling to show if they could be recycled

Which? tells energy customers affected by Covid-19 to talk to their supplier

The company responded to the UK Government’s emergency measures saying ‘energy customers will breathe a sigh of relief that these will protect them from steep bills and losing their energy supply’

Are energy deals advertised as ‘100% renewable’ as green as they seem?

A Which? investigation suggests the answer is no

Energy price cap reduction ‘doesn’t give consumers a good deal’

Consumer bodies are calling on householders to shop around and switch to a better deal

Energy firm Solarplicity banned from taking on new customers

The ban will remain in place for three months, which could be extended if the company fails to make improvements

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Ofgem’s energy price cap increase: Responses

It will come into effect from 1st April 2019 for standard variable tariff and prepayment meter customers

Number of cheap energy deals ‘down 90% ahead of price cap’

A new Which? report says there are just eight tariffs costing less than £1,000 a year on the market