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Every household to receive £400 to help towards energy bills

More than eight million low-income households on benefits will receive a one-off £650 payment on top of the £400 payment,…

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Should I fix my energy tariff?

Unfortunately not, but it’s still worth checking with your current supplier that you’re on the best tariff they’re offering. Fixed…

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How to help people struggling with energy costs

There are several charities which aim to help those who might be struggling to pay their energy bills. These include:…

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Britons to get £200 rebate on energy bills

British households are set to receive £200 each in energy rebates to help reduce the impact of soaring bills, the…

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Energy price cap jumps to £1,971

The energy price cap will go up by £693 to £1,971 from April, although the government is expected to pledge…

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Britons could get £200 rebate on energy bills

British households could receive billions of pounds in energy rebates to reduce the impact of soaring bills, under plans expected…

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Energy saving tips: how to reduce your bills

If you’re struggling to heat your home this winter because you can’t afford your energy bills, it’s worth checking whether…

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Energy supplier Bulb placed into ‘special administration’

Bulb Energy, the seventh largest energy supplier in the UK, has become the latest supplier to collapse – but its…

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How do green energy tariffs work?

Renewable Energy Guarantee of Origin (REGO) certificates are issued by Ofgem, the UK energy regulator, to renewable energy generators for…