Energy price cap predicted to rise above £1,900 next year

Forecasts suggest that the 2024 default tariff cap for energy prices in the UK will remain above the current levels until the end of 2024

Billpayers could foot the bill for energy supplier failures, warn MPs

The Public Accounts Committee has expressed concerns about the potential financial burden on taxpayers and the accessibility of energy bill support for those in need

Vulnerable households urged to access energy support

A charity is urging vulnerable households not to miss out on crucial energy bill support as the Warm Home Discount scheme opens for applications

‘One-third of customers considering energy supplier switch’

Nearly half of energy customers are willing to explore energy-saving time of use tariffs, according to a new survey

Ofgem’s customer service shake-up: Who pays?

Ofgem’s new proposals require energy suppliers to provide enhanced customer service, including free helplines and extended operating hours – however, consumers are not willing to pay extra

Exclusive: UK adds 73% of solar capacity from households

Rapid rise in UK residential solar installations propels household panels to comprise 27% of the country’s total solar capacity, according to a report

Energy boss warns of winter price rise

Factors such as a stronger Chinese economy and a harsh winter could contribute to a rise in gas prices, the head of the International Energy Agency has cautioned

Wholesale price uptick pushes UK winter price cap estimates above £2,000

Fixed price deals are returning for existing customers, but it is anticipated that these deals may be priced above the cap level, according to a report

British Gas: Half-price electricity on Sundays

On every Sunday, from 11am to 4 pm, customers will receive a 50% discount on electricity usage

So Energy pulls plug on fixed tariff

The supplier has withdrawn its recently announced fixed tariff due to unforeseen increases in wholesale energy prices