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What’s the Latest on The Energy Price Cap?

Reading Time: 2 mins Energy regulator Ofgem recently announced its quarterly update to the energy price cap for the period 1 April – 30 June 2023.     From 1 April, the energy price cap will be set at an annual level of £3,280 for a dual fuel household paying by direct debit based on typical consumption, a reduction of almost … read more

900,000 more households to receive energy bill support

Reading Time: 2 mins 900,000 more households to receive energy bill support. Almost one million households across England, Scotland and Wales will benefit from the government’s £400 help with energy bills. An online application portal opened on Monday. This allows households without a direct relationship to an electricity supplier, such as those living in park homes or care homes, … read more

The energy price cap has fallen – why are my bills rising?

Reading Time: 2 mins The energy price cap has fallen – why are my bills rising?  Energy prices have been at the forefront of most people’s minds for the last year or so, with bills soaring and the cost of living reaching a 40-year high. So, it definitely brings some relief to learn the energy price cap has lowered.  … read more

Big energy saving week: Save up to £1,500 per year!

Reading Time: 3 mins Big Energy Saving Week: Save up to £1,500 per year  It has been a bitterly cold start to the year. With millions of Brits across the country still working remotely or in a hybrid working arrangement, much more of our time is being spent in the comfort of our own home.  Although this can be … read more

Is your supplier going to change your energy bill?

Reading Time: 2 mins Is your energy supplier making a change to your bill in January?  According to the BBC, many of the biggest energy suppliers in Britain have contacted customers regarding a minimal price change, which will begin in the new year. These changes come as a price change to the cost per unit of energy from 1st … read more

Claim tax back on energy costs if you work remotely

Reading Time: 3 mins Can you claim tax back when you work from home? It’s cold, gloomy and the days are shorter than we may like. Snow has fallen in many parts of the UK, with many opting to work from home during this period to avoid traffic and delays on their commutes.  But with this comes the worry … read more


Reading Time: 2 mins The energy price cap, which is amended every three months, will rise by 20% in January to £4,279 per year for a typical household, up from its current level of £3,549 per year. This year of course, the Government’s energy price guarantee began on 1 October, with a discount off these rates to all households, … read more

Can You Really Save Money on Your Energy Bill with an App?

Reading Time: 5 mins This is a paid post on behalf of ivie Thinking about how much energy we’re using has become part of our daily lives. Before April, most people would maybe only contemplate the cost of living when they looked at their energy bill or gave a meter reading. Even then, not many of us had to … read more

Smart meter users could be paid to reduce energy use

Reading Time: 2 mins It has been announced that homes in Great Britain with a smart energy meter could save up to £100 on their bills by reducing their usage. The National Grid has said people can save money and balance electricity supply in the UK by joining the new scheme.  The National Grid has said it is working … read more

Many Energy Support Scheme vouchers not being redeemed

Reading Time: 2 mins Have you redeemed your Energy Support Scheme vouchers? New reports state many customers on prepayment energy meters have not yet redeemed the £400 vouchers to help with their energy bills. From October 1st, the £400, given in instalments over 6 months, started to be given to people across the UK.  This is part of the … read more

Octopus Energy Retains Title as Overall Winner in Expert Reviews’ Energy Awards 2022

Reading Time: 4 mins – Utility Warehouse and Ovo both highly commended in three categories – Shell Energy has the lowest number of satisfied customers  – One in 13 people struggling to pay their energy bills   Expert Reviews has revealed the winners and losers in its annual Energy Awards, with Octopus Energy retaining its title as the overall … read more

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