In its Interim Management Statement out today, Centrica, the parent of Britain's largest energy company, British Gas, has said that it will use any benefit from the recent unseasonal cold snap to maintain its price competitiveness.
Britain's big six energy suppliers are battling it out again to offer consumers the longest fixed price plan.
Commenting on the launch of Price Fix September 2016 from npower, Clare Francis, editor-in-chief at MoneySupermarket.com, commented: "Anyone looking to fix their energy tariff, and have the comfort of knowing how much they will be paying for their gas and electricity for the next three winters, could strike while the iron is hot with this new tariff from energy giant npower.
One in ten people who privately rent their home could be at risk from gas safety hazards, Shelter and British Gas warn today.
A new £6million competition aimed at getting renewable heating kit into the homes of social tenants across Great Britain has been launched by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).
Consumers would give Iain Duncan Smith a green light to overhaul the winter fuel allowance, according to research from uSwitch.com, the independent price comparison and switching service.
The level of competition in the UK broadband market has reached a new milestone, Ofcom has announced.
npower now has the longest and, on average, the cheapest fixed price tariffs of the big six energy suppliers for direct debit, dual fuel customers.
Nobody likes seeing another bill landing on their doormat - but it seems that many of us can't even bear to see what's inside.
There was little respite for consumers in March as weak income growth continued to put downward pressure on household budgets, leaving discretionary spending power after inflation in negative territory for the fourth consecutive month, according to the latest Lloyds TSB Spending Power Report.
UK energy bills are so complex that consumers underestimate their bills, often missing out on the best deals as a result, according to data from Co-operative Energy.
Men are the best at budgeting while women are actually more thrifty, a study into household finances has revealed. A detailed study has found that despite women traditionally holding the purse strings, it’s men who have better control of their cash.
Every generation has distinct spending patterns and attitudes towards money, but the tendency to gloss over worries over tighter finances is widespread, according to research from Halifax.
As the pound coin celebrates its thirtieth anniversary on 21 April, new research reveals that while cash remains king for small ticket items such as newspapers and magazines, over half of Brits (53%) prefer to use plastic for most of their purchases.
Eight million (16 per cent) shoppers say they are now using supermarkets as ‘one-stop shops’ by purchasing all their non-food items as well as food products there, according to research from Santander 123 cashback credit card.
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