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One in five households to cut their energy use to cope with bills this winter

A fifth of households (20%) will only be able to cope with rising bills this winter by cutting back their energy use[1], according to...

Uswitch comments on energy supplier failings in supporting vulnerable customers

Justina Miltienyte, head of policy at Uswitch.com, said: “This winter is set to be extremely difficult for vulnerable households, and it’s never been more important that...

Uswitch offers advice and tips on how to spot an energy scam text

Ben Gallizzi, energy expert at Uswitch.com, offers advice on how to spot an energy scam text: “There are many fraudulent emails and texts circulating at the...

Price Guarantee Confusion: 40% of households wrongly believe their energy bill can't exceed £2,500

Almost two in five households (38%) wrongly believe that the Government’s energy price guarantee means their bills cannot go above £2,500, according...

Uswitch comments on Liz Truss’s energy price guarantee

After endless reports of ever-increasing price predictions, consumers will be breathing a sigh of relief. Finally there’s a plan that removes the uncertainty of quarterly price...

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Working from home could add £131 a month to your energy bill

Employees could pay an extra £131 a month in energy costs to work from home this autumn, meaning that those who spend less than £30 on their weekly commute could...

Uswitch comments on Ofgem's new price cap announcement

Richard Neudegg, director of regulation at Uswitch.com, comments: “Here is the signal that the summer holidays are over. After seemingly endless predictions, the true magnitude of the October energy price cap is now clear...

Households underestimate energy price cap increase by over £1,000

Households believe the October energy price cap will increase by £487 when it is announced on August 26 – a severe underestimation based on current...

Households already owe £1.3billion to energy suppliers ahead of winter bills timebomb

Ahead of the autumn bill hikes, household energy debt is standing at an all-time high of £1.3 billion[1] – nearly three times higher than it was in September last year[2], according to...

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