Energy price cap for one million households

One million households will save £120 a year when Ofgem extends its prepayment safeguard tariff for more vulnerable people this winter.

CMA makes switching easier for 700,000 customers

The CMA has announced new measures that will help 700,000 restricted meter customers to switch without changing their meter.

New energy price cap to be considered

New plans being considered by energy regulator Ofgem include a price cap on energy bills for more households on low incomes.

Liverpool Council launches efficient energy provider

Liverpool City Council has announced the creation of a new not-for-profit energy company aimed at tackling fuel poverty in the city.

Second price rise this year for EDF customers

Energy supplier EDF has announced that it is raising the price of electricity for the second time this year for customers on standard tariffs.

Higher energy bills result of government intervention

A House of Lords report has claimed that successive governments have failed to encourage enough fresh power capacity in the UK

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has called on the government to do more to demonstrate the actual value for money of green energy schemes paid for by bill payers.

Energy company Npower has announced that it will raise standard tariff electricity prices by 15 per cent and gas prices by 4.8 per cent.

A new smart time-of-day tariff that allows customers to gain control of their energy usage and save money has been launched.

EDF Energy will cut gas prices for almost one million of its customers in 2017, but has warned that electricity bills will rise from the spring.

An energy supplier league table is to be published to increase transparency on the numbers of people on expensive standard variable tariffs.

ScottishPower is set to offer customers ‘energy bundles’ of gas and electricity as opposed to signing up to standard or fixed-price deals.

The government has confirmed that the national smart meter roll-out programme is facing more delays, after a key IT project has failed to be completed on time.

Regulator Ofgem has unveiled plans, in response to recommendations made by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), to protect prepayment customers and encourage more energy switching, to help customers save money.

According to a report by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE), the UK has been ranked over a total of 23 countries.


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