energy

ScottishPower rolls out longest fixed deal

ScottishPower has rolled out the longest fixed-price energy deal currently available.

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Green Deal financing has arrived

Homeowners will get a helping hand to improve the energy efficiency of their homes now that Green Deal finance has been announced. 

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Will the green energy deal cut your heating bill?

Homeowners who sign up for energy-efficient improvements to their home through the new energy savings scheme, Green Deal, can benefit from a warmer home with...

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Beware First Utility bill spike

With what has to be the longest winter in my living memory stretching not just into March but well into April, it’s never been more important to make sure you aren’t paying over the odds on...

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EDF entices customers with two-year fixed deal

EDF Energy has launched a two-year fixed-price energy plan that comes without an exit penalty, so customers can move on should the cost of energy tumble.

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SSE fined £10.5 million for "failing customers"

Energy watchdog Ofgem has today fined SSE £10.5 million for the "prolonged" mis-selling of gas and electricity.

It is the largest fine ever imposed on an energy supplier.

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Freezing March to cost households an extra £2.2 billion

The freezing weather gripping Britain as spring fails to make its mark is costing the country an extra £2.2 billion in energy bills, according to new figures.

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First Utility promises to beat the Big Six

First Utility has pledged to be cheaper than any of the Big Six dual-fuel energy deals in a bid to help struggling households.
 

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Should better-off pensioners sacrifice their winter fuel allowance?

YES: MEANS-TESTING WINTER FUEL PAYMENTS WILL MAKE  FOR A FAIRER SOCIETY

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British Gas price hike boosts annual profits by 11%

British Gas has announced an 11% rise in profits for 2012, citing last year's cold weather as the reason for the spike.

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