Big six energy suppliers could have helped to lift one million households out of fuel vulnerability by making bigger cuts to standard tariffs, according to uSwitch.com. Fuel vulnerable homes spend more than 10% of their annual income on energy.
Over 14 million UK homes have admitted to going cold over the winter due to the sky-high cost of energy, according to new research from uSwitch.com.
Britain is a nation of ‘pay-day millionaires’ millionaires, with nearly one in 10 (8%) Brits spending more than three quarters of their salary within the first week of getting paid, according to new research from Confused.com.
How many of us aren’t satisfied with our energy suppliers? How many of us notice the steadily increasing prices, failure to reward loyalty, poor customer service and unethical business practices – yet fail to do anything about it?
More than £38 million was saved by 130,000 households switching energy supplier - in just one month of the ‘Power to Switch’ campaign.
Chancellor George Osborne will reveal the changes he’ll be making to the nation’s finances in the Budget on Wednesday, however MoneySuperMarket urges bill payers to take control of their own finances and fight back, regardless of what the Chancellor announces.
Research conducted on behalf of thinkmoney shows that one in 10 adults (10%) in the UK has just £10 left to get them through the month after they’ve paid their essential bills, such as food, rent or mortgage and travel.
The latest Lloyds Bank Spending Power Report shows a positive swing in consumer confidence in January, taking the overall index up by four points to its highest level (154).
With 31 fixed rate energy tariffs coming to an end before the end of May, hundreds of thousands of homeowners need to take action and switch to avoid being stung by huge bill hikes, warns MoneySuperMarket.
2 million low-income and vulnerable households will get £140 off their energy bills, thanks to the Warm Home Discount scheme.
npower has announced an average 5.1% or £35 average annual reduction to its standard domestic gas tariff.
Energy efficiency measures reach one million homes milestone - four months ahead of the March 2015 target.
The UK government plans to install a smart meter in every home in Britain over the next six years – yet there is still some confusion about what smart meters are, and how they will actually benefit homeowners.
With British Gas announcing a 5% reduction for its 8.6m gas customers, comparison site Gocompare.com questions whether it is enough to turn the tide in the energy price wars.
ScottishPower has announced a reduction in its standard domestic gas prices of 4.8% from 20th February.
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