Tag: energy bills

Are we paying a fair price for our energy?

by , Campaigns Manager Energy & Home 12 September 2014
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Has autumn's arrival prompted you to think about your energy bills? At Which?, we're renewing our efforts to tackle the UK's energy issues and have launched a new campaign to get you a fair price for energy. (more on fair energy pricing...)

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Is your cash held in a closed energy account?

by , Conversation Editor Energy & Home 11 September 2014
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The Big Six energy suppliers have taken up Ofgem’s challenge to refund their customers more than £153m held in closed accounts. Are you owed money by an energy supplier? (more about energy cash...)

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Loyalty to your insurer could cost you dearly

by , Money Researcher Money 16 August 2014
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Last month I asked whether loyalty pays when it comes to buying key services, like insurance. We’ve now crunched the numbers to find out whether loyalty really does pay or not… (more about loyalty...)

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Success! Ofgem refers energy market for full investigation

by , Campaigns Manager Energy & Home 26 June 2014
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Coin on gas flame

In a win for our Fix the Big Six campaign, Ofgem today referred the energy market to the Competition & Markets Authority for a full market investigation. What changes do you want to see in the energy market? (more about Ofgem's announcement...)

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Would a :-) or :-( convince you to save energy?

by , Campaigns Officer Energy & Home 25 June 2014
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Smiley face on box

Even when the weather's hotting up, you can’t keep energy costs out of the news. The latest development is a study of 540 homes which found a smiley face can help people save energy. Confused? Let me fill you in. (more about smileys...)

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A shocking number of complaints to the Big Six

by , Campaigns Manager Energy & Home 18 June 2014
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Fix the Big Six campaign logo

We’ve just published the latest stats for complaints to the Big Six energy suppliers. And the figures show that they’re getting more of them than ever. If there was ever a time for change, it’s now. (more about energy complaints...)

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Ofgem calls on the Big Six to explain their prices

by , Campaigns Manager Energy & Home 11 June 2014
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High price for energy and gasoline in a news article headline

In the last year wholesale gas prices have fallen by 38%, and wholesale electricity prices have fallen by 23%. Yet, average dual fuel bills have risen by 7%. The regulator Ofgem has asked for an explanation. (more about the Big Six...)

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Brief cases: bungling firm bills for empty home

by , Which? Lawyer Energy & Home 25 May 2014
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man holding energy bill

Energy company Eon billed Which? member Nancy Stephens £212 to pay for electricity and gas in a house where no one was living at the time. And it threatened her with legal action before Eon’s CEO intervened. (more about energy bills...)

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Q&A with Greg Barker MP: what’s the new Green Deal fund?

by , Energy Minister Energy & Home 8 May 2014
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Households carrying out energy efficiency improvements can now get up to £7,600 via a new Green Deal fund. In this post, Greg Barker answers questions about the fund and how the Green Deal's going in general. (more about the Green Deal...)

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Your view: remarks on regulation

by , Conversation Editor Consumer Rights 4 May 2014
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We invited Vince Cable to explain what the Government is doing to put consumers at the forefront of regulation. The debate was quickly in full swing, so we've rounded up some of your best comments. (more about regulation..)

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Vince Cable: ‘Getting the fair deal you deserve’

by , Business Secretary Consumer Rights 1 May 2014
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Vince Cable

In his second guest post for our site, Business Secretary Vince Cable reviews how the Government is tackling regulation to improve the rail networks, the energy market and shopping at your local supermarket... (more about regulatory reform...)

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Do you know your cheapest time-of-use tariff hours?

by , Senior Researcher Energy & Home 13 April 2014
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Clock under lightening

About 3.9m UK households are on energy tariffs, which mean they get cheaper electricity at certain times. So you'd think it’s important to know exactly what those hours are to make sure you save as much as you can... (more about tariffs...)

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It’s make or break time for energy suppliers

by , Executive Director Energy & Home 27 March 2014
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Energy prices up

The results are in. The outcome of the long-awaited energy market assessment was released today and it’s good news for the 45,000 of you who backed our Fix the Big Six campaign. But we haven’t won yet... (more about the energy market...)

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