Have you managed to switch energy tariffs yet? If not, why not?
Customers of one of the Big Six energy suppliers have been warned to remain vigilant against a scam that is targeting people cheap gas and electricity users.
With one of the Big Six energy suppliers' price hikes coming into effect tomorrow (October 1st), householders may be wondering how to secure cheap energy tariffs.
Householders in the Scottish Borders who are struggling to find cheap gas and cheap electricity tariffs should compare energy deals online and make their homes more energy efficient to save on heating this winter.
More householders than ever are receiving their cheap electricity supplies from renewable energy sources, according to new figures.
Householders who do not carry out an energy comparison and switch gas or electricity tariffs if they find a cheaper deal could be hit hard by soaring inflation.
A housing group has joined forces with one of the Big Six energy suppliers to provide social housing residents with cheap energy bills.
The Big Six energy suppliers have been accused of harbouring vested interests and not providing the best gas and electricity prices for their customers.
One of the Big Six energy suppliers could benefit from a £1 billion low carbon energy subsidy which may go towards boosting nuclear energy, Greenpeace has claimed.
Energy suppliers are losing the trust of their consumers, which could be prompting more people to carry out an energy comparison online and switch to other providers or tariffs.
Customers who receive their gas or electricity supplies from npower will see their bills rise from this Saturday unless they take action today to compare energy prices and switch to a different provider or tariff.
The way to reduce fuel poverty is to break the "stranglehold" of the Big Six energy suppliers on the market, UNISON has claimed.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has stated that gas and electricity prices will be subject to "upward pressure" over time, meaning millions of householders might want to switch energy tariffs to get a cheaper deal.